Edge computing technology

Edge computing is distributed computing that moves processing and storage closer to the data source

Low latency benefits are especially needed from edge computing for Internet of Things devices, automated cars, and augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) systems

Edge computing speeds up data processing and analysis at the origin, reducing cloud data transfer time

In contrast to cloud computing infrastructure, edge computing devices frequently possess lower processing and storage capacities

Implementing edge computing can be more difficult than using traditional cloud computing techniques

Deploying processing and storage resources across multiple locations is required by edge computing, which can be more expensive to set up and maintain

Data is processed at the network edge, near the device that generated it