Edge compute: use cases, business opportunities and growth strategies
If edge computing is an area of interest to you or a key part of your strategy and growth plans, our edge insight and support could help
What is edge computing and why focus on it now?
Edge computing brings processing capabilities closer to the end user/device or the source of data. New technologies and demand for new applications means the time is ripe for edge. Consumers want low latency for content-driven experiences and enterprises require local processing for security and resilient operations. Those who want to add value in this space need to understand the business models, the use cases and define a clear go-to-market plan, including operators who can use edge computing to grow revenues outside connectivity.
See our edge computing articles, research and webinars below or talk to us about your project.
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Edge research and insight
We work with telecoms operators and the leading technology companies in the ecosystem on edge computing. These insight pieces can help you understand and capture the opportunity.
Edge computing from the front line: developer case studies
Much of the discussion around edge computing has focused on use cases which are still hypothetical.
This webinar presented case studies “from the front lines” of developers & enterprises testing edge computing today across different applications.
How does edge computing architecture impact latency
One of edge computing’s promises is reducing latency to sub XYZ milliseconds. The question is “where is the edge?”. This article answers that question mapping out the potential “level of edge” and where different operators have announced they are testing or planned to deploy edge nodes.
Investment in edge start ups
Our data snapshot shows that venture capitalists and other investors see the value in the edge cloud market, as the number of start-ups continues to grow in this space