This whitepaper by Very explores the complexities of 5G, IoT, and edge computing and how they work together.
There are many innovations at the edge right now, couple that with the complexities of 5G and it can become cumbersome to make the correct assumptions and decisions. With that being said, edge computing can dramatically improve the speed, security, and performance of applications by shifting the location of computing from the cloud to the device. For companies building Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, artificial intelligence applications, and using 5G networks, edge computing is something critical to consider on each project. Edge computing can provide better privacy, reliability, and consumer experiences, delivering on shifting expectations and providing better products and services to customers.
Edge computing is a paradigm shift from cloud computing. In cloud computing, data is collected from a computer or an IoT device. It’s stored and processed remotely in the cloud computers. Cloud servers are the hubs of collection, storage, and processing. Applications on the user end – computers and IoT devices – ping the cloud to access information and enable functionality.
In this white paper from Very, you can expect to take learn what edge computing is, see specific applications of edge computing, when to use it, the benefits of edge computing for enterprises, how edge computing and 5G operate together, the complexities of 5G, and how you can leverage opportunities.