Rick Ward, CTO and Founder of OrbitsEdge shares his keys to success, lessons learned along the way and how he has scaled his business past the plateaus in this #LIVE session
How do you have edge computing in Space? And more importantly, what is edge computing? Checkout this interview with Rick Ward, CTO of OrbitsEdge here on The Space Economy, where he explains what cloud computing above the clouds is and why OrbitsEdge is a leader in #SpaceCompute.
How much data are we losing in The Space Economy? What is the value of that lost Space data? (Spoiler alert its in the $Bs) To learn more about Orbit’s Edge computing and microdata centers in Space visit www.OrbitsEdge.com and be sure to follow Rick Ward on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardjward.
How you find what you're not looking for when you're not looking for it? Checkout this interview with Rick Ward, CTO of OrbitsEdge here on The Space Economy, where he explains the power of edge computing, Ai and satellite imagery when it comes to finding what you're not looking for when you're not looking for it.
Philip Day of Giant-Leap.Space meets Rick Ward, CTO and Founder of OrbitsEdge an in-space cloud computing company to discuss the impacts of space tourism, the militarisation of space, AI and much more!
HPE, in partnership with the ISS National Lab and NASA, has launched the most powerful computer to operate in space to the ISS. From the Kennedy Space Center, we’ll learn about this multi-year mission of discovery operating at the edge, plus we’ll explore the history of man’s leap to the stars at this incredible spaceport.
Rick Ward is the founder of Space Edge Computing company OrbitsEdge. The company intends to deliver high-performance computing datacenters in orbit, above the clouds, which can process and analyze the vast amounts of data being created in space.
The OrbitsEdge core mission is to provide an in-orbit virtualized data infrastructure at the edge of space that’s agile and adapts to new demands turning data into actionable insights.
This has to be one of my favorite panel discussions on the topics of #edgecomputing, #5G and #AI hosted by the Mobile Satellite Users Association (#MSUA). Throw in #satellite communications into the mix to make thing even more interesting. Lisa Dreher of Guideforce moderates a highly informative exploration with #HPE's Tom Bradicich, #intel's Caroline Chan, and #orbitsedge's Rick Ward. Listen in and find out what leading technology companies and emerging service providers are doing to bring t
Today's satellites are not designed to handle the enormous amounts of space-born data and new applications. OrbitsEdge meets this challenge by providing the missing piece. The company's in-orbit virtualized data infrastructure at the edge of space is an agile solution that adapts to new demands–turning data into actionable insights. This software-defined solution incorporates high- performance computing and AI, based on industry standards.
neXt Curve is joined by Lisa Dreher of GuideForce to explore the emerging opportunities in space.
This podcast will look at:
* What are key industry shifts happening in space and tech?
* What are the new markets that are being developed?
* What are the common challenges startups face in space?
* What it takes to be well-positioned in the space industry?
Commercializing space needs more than launch capabilities and satellite communications. Today’s satellites are not designed to handle the huge amounts of space-born data. An in-orbit data infrastructure is necessary to drive growth and space commercialization. OrbitsEdge’s core mission is to provide the missing piece, an in-orbit virtualized data infrastructure at the edge of space, that’s agile and adapts to new demands turning data into actionable insights.
You know we have been sending computing power out into space since the 60s. Yet, space-based computing has always severely lagged that of what we have on earth in terms of capabilities, speed and many other functions. Yet, there’s a company today called OrbitsEdge that’s aiming to change that.
Rick Ward, founder of in-orbit edge computing company OrbitsEdge, is speaking at the "Make Space Boring" virtual event on April 9th. We discuss what his topic is and what the audience will come away with.
What kinds of businesses might be able to operate in space? Well datacenter are one potential target you might not have thought of. Space provides an interesting environment for datacenter operations, including advanced analytics operations and even artificial intelligence, due in part to the excellent cooling conditions and reasonable access to renewable power supply (solar). But there are challenges, which is why a new partnership between Florida-based space startup OrbitsEdge and Hewlett Pac