According to the consulting firm Gartner, 26 billion devices will be connected to the Internet of Things by the end of 2020.
Using sensors, these devices can collect information about their environment and communicate with each other through integrated network technology.
The data provided by Internet of Things (IoT) sensors can be enormous. Sometimes it is just a matter of collecting data from devices on the periphery, before it is sent to the cloud or data centre for processing. In other cases, IoT devices require a fast, real-time response that should not be delayed by the so-called “round-trip” latency present in every network.
Real-time data processing at the edge, combined with advanced analysis and machine learning technology in the cloud, provides companies with an ideal IT architecture.
The combination of nexLoop’s data centres, which are doubly adducted to our fibre optic network, and our ability to provide you with high-density rack services throughout the territory, ensures that you can deploy your services that require very low latency.