Digital infrastructure has never been so important to the world economy. The associated uptake in usage of digital applications in video calling, telehealth, e-commerce and e-learning, alongside those for entertainment as we all spend more time indoors, is causing a surge in need for data capacities.
Social media, streaming services and cloud storage are market segments that have seen rapid adoption. We live in an era of digital-on-demand with the Netflix addiction to prove it. With data being devoured like never before, satisfying this hunger requires data centers.
By 2025, it is predicted that UK data centers will be storing data worth just over £102bn annually. 5G is the gateway through which IoT will finally take off because it provides the necessary infrastructure to carry huge data loads for a smarter, more connected world. Experts predicted that 75 billion IoT endpoints will be connected by 2025.
The omnipresent question when it comes to big data, data lakes and storage remains: what data would you like to extract and for what reason? Imagine a large research with Yottabytes of data. Very often so-called super computers are used for calculations. You need hardware and software to digest and calculate this data. Essentially, people are restricted by the limitations of today’s latest technology.
However, even with the exponentially accelerating ability to calculate data due to tomorrows technology it still comes down to the same question: What would you like to do with the data?
With such huge resources of data now available and the growing ability to process the data effectively it becomes increasingly valuable from government to healthcare, education to media and entertainment.
The use of Big Data is now so widespread as to have an impact on all aspects of society, enabling vast amounts of data to be processed to drive scientific research, predict or analyse behaviour, fight disease or crime, win sporting events or drive business success. The ability to use data to identify hidden patterns or emerging trends offers advantage to any kind or organisation.
Kingston server memory and enterprise-grade SSDs help to manage workloads such as AI, machine learning, big data analytics, cloud computing, operational databases, database applications, and data warehousing. To deliver in all required tasks it is essential for Kingston’s storage and memory solutions to secure data while also keeping it quickly accessible.
Kingston server SSD and memory products directly support the global demand to store, manage and instantly access large volumes of data. Organisations require predictable performance as they deliver on product solutions and service level agreements with requirements OF up to 99.9999%. Mission-critical servers are also required to provide uptime levels that meet or exceed an enterprise’s Quality of Service policies.
Kingston helps corporations to meet these requirements with consistent, rigorously tested, encrypted solid-state drives, self-encrypting drives and encrypted USB flash, providing an important layer of protection against costly data breaches, in and outside their firewall.