edge computing

December 18, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

2019: the Upcoming Year in Edge Computing

by John Macario

As we’re on the edge of another year, it’s time to look ahead to the future of edge computing. 2019 Is looking to be a great year in edge computing for one reason in particular – the advent of 5G. Promised for years, the 5G standard (and devices that can use it) will finally be widely available to consumers starting in Q3 of next year.

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August 09, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

Why We're All Moving to Intelligent Edge Computing

by John Macario

As an industry, we’re not walking to the edge – we’re bounding towards it with excitement. Although centralized cloud has been the dominant paradigm, it’s about to get demoted to simply efficient storage, while impactful compute power moves closer to the source of data (and the user) for high-quality, real-time processing.

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July 05, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

How Different Forms of Edge Computing Impact Communications

by Brian Gregory

Edge computing gives you an opportunity to take the performance of your VoIP and video solutions to new heights. From reducing bandwidth demands to improving QoS enforcement and boosting analytics, edge computing is a logical next step in the evolution of communications.

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July 03, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

Boosting QoS Control with Edge Computing

by John Macario

VoIP and video conferencing are taking over the communications world. There’s ever-increasing demand for asynchronous services like messaging, but from a traffic management perspective, it’s all about VoIP and video.

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June 28, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

Setting New Latency Standards with Edge Computing

by John Macario

For all the benefits that IP communications have delivered over the years, latency is still a fact of life.

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May 24, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

Intelligent Edge Computing - Life at the Edge

by John Macario

The big event (not too long ago) to solve all IT network problems, was the introduction of the “Cloud”. Since more and more systems needed increasing data storage and retrieval – Big Data – capability, and a greater number of devices and users needed to move and/or access that data, the cloud seemed to be the ideal place for accommodating it.

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