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6 Edge Computing Trends to Watch in 2022

6 Edge Computing Trends to Watch in 2022

November 26, 2021
Edge computing rose quickly to prominence in B2B technology for its ability to enhance data processing speeds and reduce bandwidth requirements. The following article discusses edge computing trends you can expect to see in 2022.  Edge computing is getting “edgier.” The technology, which allows compute and processing resources to be moved closer to where data […]
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What is edge computing and why it matters

What is edge computing and why it matters

February 14, 2020
Around 2016, edge computing became popular among utilities as the system allowed them to monitor and manage usage based on current local conditions. The following article from NetworkWorld discusses how the technology will be driven forward in the coming years with the growth of real-time applications that require local processing and storage capabilities.   Edge computing […]
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Three Ways To Use Edge Computing To Your Advantage

Three Ways To Use Edge Computing To Your Advantage

December 20, 2019
Some meters in the US now have edge computing capacities that allow utilities to monitor and manage usage based on current local conditions. The following article by Forbes discusses how edge computing can help many sectors including manufacturing and IIoT to become more efficient and secure. Very often, the best vantage point is the front […]
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Will Edge Computing Change How Government Operates?

Will Edge Computing Change How Government Operates?

March 21, 2018
In an average winter, Kentucky’s Department of Transportation spends between $45 million and $75 million on road salting and snow removal. But during the harsh winter of 2014-15, the state’s spending exceeded projections, putting it one storm away from exhausting its entire snow removal budget. One factor contributing to the excessive costs were inefficiencies in […]
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