The definition of digital infrastructure is diverse and complex, but it is the core of the entire industry and economy!
Also the common fiber optic expansion, which everyone knows, as well as wireless communication such as the G5, G4, G3 , ... and other information and communication technology with embedded multifunctional application services that provide an online real-time connection between the individual points in the network and around the clock enable, so that information can be transmitted!
To name just a few points that belong to the digital infrastructure!
- Fiber optic expansion
- Mobile communication
- Internet and network
- Sensors or devices connected to the Internet
- Autonomous driving infrastructure
- Intranet and Internet
- Cloud services for on-demand capacities
- Linked smartphone apps
- Remote management of production resources
- ... etc
In addition to cable laying, the management of data centers is a very important part of the digital infrastructure on the hardware and software side. Over the past decade, tremendous efforts have been made to expand digital capacity around the world. The number of machines rose from a few million to several billion.
On the server side, large companies like Amazon, Alibaba or Microsoft have built and deployed this growing digital infrastructure - usually known as the “cloud”.
All over the world, governments and even dictatorships rely heavily on digital infrastructure to develop their economies, regulate their territory, and project their power inside and outside their national borders.
FAQ 189: Updated on: 25 August 2021 15:24