DARQ technologies are shaping the next technology wave, being fueled by changes in business models, operations, and customer and employee experiences. As a result, the focus has shifted to emerging technologies rather than foundational technologies, and enterprises have shifted their investments accordingly.
Over the last decade, the proliferation of new technology has unleashed previously unfathomable insight into what the future may hold for organizations, and their customers as a whole. In the current global landscape, digitally focused enterprises, in particular, are already proving to be the ones adding value. Which technologies, though, are most likely to outperform as the industry moves forward in the digital era? DARQ (DLT, AI, XR, Quantum computing) is the answer, according to industry experts.
These technologies are being praised for their tremendous game-changing potential by a growing number of industry leaders, as they continue to reshape many of the world’s leading industries and businesses, as well as drive massive changes in business models, customer experiences, and workforce capabilities.
In 2019, Accenture report, ‘DARQ Power’ stated that DARQ technologies would accelerate the post-digital wave and drive innovation in such fundamental aspects of business that they will become foundational for whatever follows. According to the company, 89 percent of companies are already testing one or more DARQ technologies and expect them to be major differentiators in the future.
The Potential of DARQ Technology
As businesses compete for a competitive digital advantage, DARQ will unquestionably be the backbone of technology innovation in the future. Here are three possibilities that DARQ sheds light into:
With today’s degree of digital infrastructure, businesses are well aware of what AI can accomplish. Soon, trusted data transaction architecture of distributed ledger and the computing power of quantum computing will be combined with advanced AI engineering to build artificial intelligence working models that are the most human-like. From advanced health diagnoses to space exploration and self-service consumer service, the possibilities are endless.
Cloud Computing in a Distributed Environment
Cloud computing has evolved into an all-encompassing architecture that spans the internet. Both government and private businesses are attempting to migrate to the cloud and get rid of their servers. However, they face numerous hurdles in terms of availability, latency, and bandwidth. This will eventually put current cloud designs under a lot of pressure. This is an ideal circumstance for pushing a distributed cloud model, in which cloud solutions can be localized to certain locations based on usage. As a result, there is a growing demand for policy enforcement, governance, and data privacy measures, among other things.
This can be accomplished by utilizing distributed ledger technology, as its immutable characteristic encourages building trust throughout deployed services. As more human-machine interactions occur on a regular basis, it seems more logical to place a trusted computing infrastructure closer to the activity. Some of the use cases for the distributed cloud to have a real-world impact include the evolution of superfast 5G and edge computing.
Taking inspiration from the world of virtual visualization made available by AR and VR, the next wave of growth might be realized by integrating it with DARQ’s other components. In a presentation in 2019, the world saw how Microsoft developed an exact hologram version of their CVP Azure Marketing – Julia White. The digital clone is a massive possibility, and if it’s combined with advanced AI engineering, quantum computing, and hyper-scaled networks, Sci-Fi movie-like visual immersive reality experiences might become a reality.