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New 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


FREE WEBINAR: Monetising the Telco Edge

This webinar will look to answer this all important question and give you crucial insights into how to maximise the potential of the telco edge.

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Mind Commerce Report
Mind Commerce Report

Market Assessment and Forecasts 2017-2022

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...

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Exclusive Omdia Report
Exclusive Omdia Report

Edge Computing Set to Grow with Convergence of Five Technologies

Download this exclusive report from Omdia Distinguished Analyst, Infrastructure Solutions, Michael Azoff. In this report, he looks at defining edge computing and focuses on what edge technology looks like across different industries including cloud providers and car manufacturers.


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Four operators take the lead on GSMA edge initiative
Four operators take the lead on GSMA edge initiative

Last week, the GSMA announced an initiative to standardise the edge, with Telefónica, KT, China Unicom and Telstra the first to step up to lead the way. In signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the four telcos the aim will be to test Edge Computing functionality and interconnection capability, as well as verifying the ease and simplicity of a MEC platform for application developers to leverage.

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AI and edge computing replaces the Pilgrims in the new Mayflower
AI and edge computing replaces the Pilgrims in the new Mayflower

IBM’s AI and edge computing technologies are going to guide a crewless boat to chart the same route the Pilgrims did 400 years ago. I was at an IBM analyst event when I met Don Scott, CTO of Marine Ai, a venture that is working on an automatic boat, named “Mayflower”, which will sail from Plymouth, England, where the Marine Ai is based, to Plymouth, Massachusetts in September this year, 400 years after the original ship carried the Pilgrims across the Atlantic Ocean.


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Cloud Native for Telco: Making IT Technology Feasible at the Network Edge
Cloud Native for Telco: Making IT Technology Feasible at the Network Edge

The best-articulated and industry-accepted definition of cloud native comes from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) which defines the term as follows: Cloud native computing uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization...


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