The data center infrastructure build-out in recent years to support the explosion of cloud computing, video streaming and 5G networks will not be sufficient to support the next-level digital transformation that has begun in earnest with the widespread adoption of artificial intelligence.

In fact, AI will require a different cloud-computing framework for its digital infrastructure—one that will redefine current data center networks, in terms of where certain data center clusters are located and what specific functionality these facilities have.

Jack Rogers



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