Scalable Networks: The key that allows millions of users to connect simultaneously. This capability of computer systems is critical at times when the operational load increases exponentially, such as during the 22nd of Qatar, where millions of users connected simultaneously to watch a game.
Lima, Peru, May 23, 2023.— Every day more smart devices are connected to the internet. In fact, according to Plume IQ Smart Home Market Reportthe number of connected devices per home currently averages 17.1, which is 10% more than the 15.5 reported in the first half of 2021. Europe is where the largest increase is recorded, from 15.4 to 17.4, which is equivalent to 13% more.
Faced with this constant increase in new users, the only way networks can continue to operate at the same standard of speed and data transfer is to be scalable, i.e. they can react and adapt without loss of quality in the processes.
This capability of computer systems is critical at times when operational load increases exponentially, such as during Qatar ’22where millions of users connected simultaneously to watch a match.
There are circumstances where the current Internet architecture cannot always keep up with user demand,” said Alejandro Girardotti, Senior Director Product, Innovation and Strategic Alliances at Cirion Technologies, “It is at those times that distributed systems and hybrid architectures, the interaction of private and public clouds, as well as traditional and EDGE data centers, makes it easier for us to scale resources up and down to handle heavier or lighter loads as needed.”
In case of Cirion Technologiesthe company has expanded 50,000 kilometers of terrestrial and metropolitan long-haul fiber in Latin America, as well as 36,000 km of submarine cables and 18 landing stationsconfigure an infrastructure that allows it to work with scalable networks that can adapt to the increase in connected users, without slowing down their browsing.
Our infrastructure adapts dynamically and in real time to market demands, enabling efficient management of critical applications and their data, enabling companies to spot market trends early and respond quickly with solutions that drive future growth,” confirms the Cirion manager.
According to Statistical There will be 996 million connected devices in Latin America next year, and it predicts 1.2 billion connections by 2025, about 64% will be for consumers, including devices for smart homes, wearables and autonomous vehicles, among others.
Given this scenario, Girardotti de Cirion, says that “This exponential growth of mobile users, IoT devices and cloud applications, among others, brings new demands on networks, which must be constantly updated and optimized to scale and provide the necessary performance that users will demand.”.
Cirion is a leading provider of digital infrastructure and technology, offering a comprehensive range of fiber networking, connectivity, colocation, cloud infrastructure, and communications and collaboration solutions with the aim of advancing Latin America’s progress through the technology. Cirion serves more than 6,400 Latin American and multinational customers, including enterprises, government agencies, cloud service providers, carriers, ISPs and other leading companies. Cirion owns and operates a portfolio of proprietary networks and data centers, with extensive coverage throughout the Latin American region. Read more about Cirion at www.ciriontechnologies.com
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