The Era of Digital Mesh Connectivity

The Era of Digital Mesh Connectivity

Hyper-connectivity is the inevitable way of the future. The web of wearable and mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) sensors that people use to find information or communicate online is known as the digital mesh, and it is named by Gartner analysists as a Top 10 Trend for 2016.

It is an expanding set of endpoints people use to access applications and information or interact with people. The device mesh is an aspect of the digital mesh that deals with the expanding set of endpoints — spanning traditional, mobile and IoT endpoints — that people use to connect to, and interact with, other elements of the digital mesh.

By 2018, there will be a projected 6 billion ‘connected things’ that will need support. To give a depiction on how fast the digital mesh is growing, there will be an estimated 28 billion connected devices by the year 2021 – a 21% increase in just three years. The Gartner analysts estimate that, in the same year, 1 million IoT devices will be purchased and installed every single hour.

Moore’s law refers to an observation made by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965. He noticed the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since their invention. Moore’s law predicts that this trend will continue into the foreseeable future.

If this is true, Moore’s law suggests computers will require more energy than the world can produce by 2040. Devices have often worked in isolation from one another, but with the growing device mesh, we can only hope for the emergence of greater cooperative interaction between devices.

Advanced MP Technology has always prioritized global expansion to fulfill the continuous expanding market segment and customer demands. With the use of scalable infrastructure, AMPT is able to serve rising customer needs around the world.