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Why the Future is Hybrid

Matthew Gingell

The term hybrid conjures up many images—from hybrid plant species to hybrid cars and, a bit closer to home, hybrid digital-infrastructure architectures. The word evokes the blending of one thing into another. Maybe it’s genetics, or fuel types, or in the case of IT, a foundational element of architectural design. The result is often an in-between state—not necessarily one thing, nor the other, but something new. Think about the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) for a moment. Hybrid cars are powered by both conventional fossil fuels via internal combustion engines and by battery-based electric motors. There are both potential benefits…

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Posted by Matthew Gingell on Jun 8, 2021

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