The Internet of Things will move more processing to telecom suppliers' facilities.
Network engineers have traditionally treated networks managed by their telecom suppliers as outside their immediate domain of concern. The telco network was brought into the data center, appropriate routes or peering set up, and that was it.
Enterprise workloads typically don't run directly on telco networks for many reasons, including governance or compliance requirements. Now, emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things are starting to require workloads to be located within telecom service providers’ facilities.
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