New Technique Combines Internet of Things and Edge Computing for Improved Environmental Monitoring

A research team from Wayne State University’s Superfund Research Program, the Center for Leadership in Environmental Awareness and Research (CLEAR), has developed a new technique that combines the Internet of Things (IoT) sensor network with Edge Computing (IoTEC) to enhance environmental monitoring. The researchers published their findings in a paper Read more…

5G and Edge Computing: Revolutionizing Energy Management

5G and edge computing are two transformative technologies revolutionizing various industries. 5G, the fifth generation of wireless technology, provides high-speed connectivity with low latency, while edge computing brings processing power closer to the data source. Together, they offer unprecedented opportunities for innovation and optimization. source:

Data Center Trends: Why edge computing, hybrid clouds, sustainability, AI, security & modularity will remain driving factors

As technology continues to advance at an astounding rate, data centers play a crucial role in meeting the growing demand for digital services and data storage. Several significant trends are reshaping the data center landscape in 2023, spurring efficiency, sustainability, and innovation. source:

Explainer: How the Edge Works for Unified Communications

Multi-access edge computing, often referred to more simply as “edge computing” involves putting processing power, and storage closer to where data is created. The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) developed the multi-access edge computing (MEC) standard nearly 10 years ago. According to ETSI, MEC provides application developers and content providers Read more…