“Data Has Gravity”

“The data part is now where the real complexity is starting to run into things,” said Dell Technologies’ Lewis, “especially in governed and regulated industries, and especially when you’re starting to think about the volume of data and also the proportion of cost that a platform typically takes up with the movement of data back and forth. If you want to start to have the true portability of applications, obviously, the data has to go with the application.”

“EWI’s platform allows the different IT groups and business teams to put a workload in any cloud environment they want with the same security policies, and then be able to move that workload around as needed, With the PXC platform in place, you are positioned to manage your data in the place you want and need, bringing the applications and processing power back to the data.”  said EWI Founder James Tervit”  for more answers click here

        1. Peering exchange as a standard platform provides fast encrypted connections,
        2. Allows the customer to apply policies which are automated, orchestrating policies into a complex series of provisioning and scripting models,
        3. This PXC approach maintains security standards per customer,
        4. Allows the customer to enable services again and remain compliant,
        5. Allows freedom to choose a mixed bag of cloud services.

Despite the availability of 100- & 200-Gbps plus interfaces, traditional systems are unable to operate at the maximum rates on a single card, due to both software and hardware limitations. Peering Exchange addresses these limitations by mitigating code inefficiencies & improving metadata management across multiple hundred gigabit cards to achieve 6.4Tbps (roadmap is 13Tbps 2023) in a single data centre rack.  Peering Exchange delivers holistic system optimisations, i.e., peering the whole solution/software stack to multiplex every bit of performance from the exchange hardware.

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