Businesses have long relied on cloud computing for efficiency and scale. Now, on-premise servers, gateways, and smart and connected endpoints are creating new opportunities. Edge computing can help businesses overcome the cost and complexity of data movement and capitalize on new streams of data.
Today, business models often involve geographically distributed branch offices, manufacturing facilities, retail locations, or services. Edge computing systems place edge servers, Internet of Things (IoT) edge devices, and data processing at many different points, wherever resources are needed most. As a result, businesses can converge analytics, media, and networking workloads and bring them closer to the people and processes that rely on them, enabling real-time insights that can transform operations and experiences.
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