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Report: The Edge In the Eye of the Beholder

With so many variations of The Edge being created, this report from Omdia examines the true play of Edge today, delving into key topics for cloud providers and vendors, including:

  • How early development of edge services will progress
  • How vendors in the ecosystem can create new streams of revenue through The Edge
  • Key early-stage partnerships and ecosystem developments to drive Edge services
  • Recommendations for cloud providers and others
  • How telcos will be partnering with the wider ecosystem to define the edge


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This report evaluates Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) technology, architecture and building clocks, applications, solutions, and deployment challenges. Download the report today to learn about industry initiatives, leading companies, and solutions across the edge computing ecosystem...


Tata Comms net profit up by 28% on the back of data business

Tata Communications recorded a 27.8% increase in net profit to hit INR3952.1 million ($53 million) for the quarter ending December 2021. It had reported a net profit of INR3094.1 million ($41.5 million) in the same period the previous year.

Omdia's Andreas Olah on IoT and edge services for 5G

Andreas Olah, senior analyst of Digital Enterprise Services for Omdia, joins the podcast to discuss his recent research on 5G, IoT and edge services trends for 2022 and beyond.

A metaverse-loving Microsoft brings a dystopia for telcos

Without an unlikely surge of enthusiasm for the real world, the future is someone wearing a virtual-reality headset while lost in a "metaverse" of games, social interactions and work meetings. It has crept a bit closer with Microsoft's market-rumbling, $68.7 billion bid for games company Activision Blizzard, a deal that telecom executives may regard much as hurricane-alley property owners eye the next lightning flash.

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Ericsson and EE team up for Green Planet 5G showcase

Kit vendor Ericson and UK MNO EE have put together The Green Planet AR Experience, which seems to be designed to show off edge computing 5G capabilities.

Telenor dives further into the public cloud with new AWS deal

Norwegian telecoms group Telenor has signed a new public cloud deal with AWS to help it expand its 5G and edge computing offering.

The deal is presented as both a move to ‘accelerate modernisation of telecommunications’, and a joint venture which will enable Telenor to better sell 5G and edge computing installations into manufacturing, supply chain and logistics, and automotive customers.

Edge spending on track to hit $176 billion this year

Enterprises and service providers alike are preparing to spend big to unlock the benefits of edge computing.

IDC on Thursday predicted that global spending on hardware, software and services for edge solutions will reach $176 billion this year, up 14.8 percent on 2021. As momentum accelerates and more players want in on the market, spending is forecast to grow to $274 billion by 2025.

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