Law firm embraces edge for greater performance and lower TCO – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 680

December 6th, 2019 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Bradley, a national law firm with business clients around the world, faced an all too common IT challenge – replacing an aging infrastructure. With 541 lawyers across multiple sites, new offices continuing to open, and ever-increasing demands on data, flexibility and scalability were top priorities for the project.

The firm embraced edge computing to get greater performance and lower TCO from its infrastructure. It outfitted a new primary data center with DataOn HCI and Intel Optane technologies. Existing remote sites required small redundant storage and compute solutions to provide local access to data. Ellen Kirby, Senior Manager of Technical Operations and Senior Enterprise Architect, describes the value and performance of the edge implementation and lessons learned along the way.

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