Computing Information and Reports

Computational infrastructure includes platforms, hardware, and software used for computing purposes. Architecturally speaking, computing topologies include centralized computing, decentralized (edge/distributed) computing, and hybrid systems.

Computing systems are constantly evolving to support new markets and business models such as cloud computing and various forms of computation as a service. Cloud computing itself may be centralized at the edge of networks or a combination of both. For example, distributed Internet of Things (IoT) devices will require processing at the edge, referred to some as “Fog Computing”.

More advanced computing technologies include the emerging area of quantum computing, which Mind Commerce believes will have a highly synergistic relationship with cognitive computing and artificial intelligence. Mind Commerce computing reports cover all of the aforementioned technologies as well as related business opportunities and the market outlook across the entire ecosystem. Read More