5G and Edge Computing—Cloud Workloads Shifting to the Edge, Forecast to 2024
Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) Deployments to Proliferate as Applications Demand Decentralized Computing
  • The term 'Edge Computing' refers to computing that pushes intelligence, data processing, analytics, and communication capabilities down to where the data originates, that is, at network gateways or directly at endpoints. The aim is to reduce latency, ensure highly efficient networks and operations, as well as service delivery and an improved user experience. By extending computing closer to the data source, edge computing enables latency-sensitive computing, offers greater business agility through better control and faster insights, lowers operating expenses, and results in more efficient network bandwidth support. Key characteristics of edge computing include:

    • Computing power in the network or 'on-premises'
    • Proximity
    • Real-time data processing
    • Wide geo-distribution
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