Experts believe edge computing will bring significant change to organizational IT infrastructure, but how? Read on to learn more about the rapid growing interest in the architecture.
Yugal Joshi, vice president of information technology services at the Everest Group, a management consulting and research firm, said his company defines edge computing as “an enabling set of technologies that move data storage, computing and networking closer to the point of data generation/consumption and away from a centralized computing location.”
“It’s not a device, it’s a location, and it typically means the edge of a network,” Joshi said. “Edge at the end of the day is an architectural choice.”
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