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THE EDGE MAGAZINE | VOL. 6

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Learn how 5G will impact the office of the future, why the grocery store has changed forever, join the conversation on global sustainability, and more.


With the vaccine distribution increasing in many parts of the world, and some economic bright spots on the horizon, we look to the future with a renewed sense of hope. But as we move forward, of course our collective question is, what will this future hold for our places of work and commerce and how will this moment in history shape our communities?

In this volume of The Edge Magazine, we continue to explore the nexus of disruption and opportunity. Learn how 5G will impact the office of the future, why the grocery store has changed forever, join the conversation on global sustainability and learn what 'carbon neutral' and achieving 'net zero' actually means. We also touch upon a new alternative to the traditional office, how companies can keep up with digital demand and why organizations must pivot to meet the demands of a changing workplace ecosystem.

RElated Insights

Facilities Management Across the New Workplace Ecosystem
Insights • Workplace

The Future Of Workplace

Although substantial questions remain about the future of the workplace, it is becoming increasingly clear that a focus on the office as the sole place where work is done is no longer applicable and that there is actually an ecosystem of workplaces.

08/06/2021
Role of the City CArd (image)
Insights • Sustainability

The Role of Cities in Defining Our Environmental Future

To support that future, the urban ecosystem needs to be at the heart of urban and development planning. While some might argue that’s a constraint on development, it’s actually an opportunity.
Andrew Phipps • 03/06/2021
Why 5G Matters in Driving Asia Pacific’s Data Centre Demand
Insights • Data Center

Why 5G Matters in Driving Asia Pacific’s Data Centre Demand

Hideaki Suzuki, Director of Research and Head of Business Development Services, Japan, notes that Asia Pacific will lead 5G demand with more than 65% of 5G mobile subscription growth expected over the next five years, consequently driving demand for data centres across the region. 
Hideaki Suzuki • 25/05/2021