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5G promises to be transformative— from new smartphone uses, automated vehicles, and the Internet of Things to remote healthcare, augmented and virtual reality, industrial automation and more, the innovations of the future will be built on 5G. However, defining what 5G is, developing an understanding of how physical industries will be digitized, and understanding where …Read More
With the introduction of smart home devices, wearable tech, and self-driving cars, AI is becoming more common and is only set to grow, with an estimated 80% of devices having some sort of AI feature by 2022.Read More
As part of the edge computing offensive, Scale is also bringing its HC3 Edge Fabric, which eliminates the cost of expensive network switches to manage traffic at the edge. The HC3 Fabric allows those tiny devices- which in effect become servers – to link together, providing storage and networking services to the edge apps.Read More
The Indy 5G Summit was a success! Leonard-McDowell joined the almost 70 industry, academic, and policy leaders in attendance to forge tactical action plans for the future of 5G in Indiana and beyond.Read More
On this episode, we interview Scott Rudd, who works for Indiana’s Lieutenant Governor’s office as the Director of Broadband Opportunities. We discuss how Indiana is leading the country in driving innovation with broadband access.Read More
California’s technology and Internet firms are worth trillions of dollars. The state is the worldwide home of the smartphone, search engine, and social network. Of the state’s 40 million citizens, 95 percent have access to both residential broadband and fast LTE mobile networks. In urban areas, according to the Federal Communications Commission’s most recent broadband …Read More
MARTINSVILLE (Sept. 4, 2018) – Gov. Eric J. Holcomb today announced his infrastructure agenda plan for 2019, including a new $1 billion investment in infrastructure projects. The Next Level Connections program will expand broadband services in rural Indiana, grow the state’ssystems of trails, create more nonstop international flights, and move up the completion of …Read More
Terre Haute chooses Scale Computing to provide its IT storage needs in decision to update city’s networking systems.
INDIANAPOLIS and TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Officials from the city of Terre Haute, Ind., announced Thursday (Oct. 7) an agreement to update the city’s IT storage needs by purchasing a unified, scale-out storage solution from Scale Computing and LeonardMcDowell LLC. Scale Computing, headquartered in the Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis, is a developer and manufacturing …Read More