What is Edge Computing? Definition and Cases Explained
With the proliferation of 5G communications technology, edge computing—the practice of performing computing tasks as physically or logically close as possible to where data is created and commands are executed—has begun to permeate the modern world of smart technology. In this article, we explore the concept of edge computing in detail, and explain how it offers many excellent advantages, especially in terms of latency reduction for applications that rely on real-time decision-making.
What is Edge Computing?
It Was Acceptable in the 80s – Edge Computing Has Come Full Circle
Why is Edge Computing Important?
When Every Millisecond Counts, Latency is Non-negotiable
Education, Entertainment, and More: Edge Computing Put in Practice
Edge computing is adopted for computing situations where any delay is not acceptable.
Edge computing is ideal for facial recognition systems.
Security and Privacy at the Edge
Edge computing is ideal where data privacy is paramount, such as for smart home devices.
Edge Computing and 5G – Perfect Partners
Autonomous delivery drones will depend on edge computing technology.
Hardware Built for the Edge – Small, Efficient, Flexible
GIGABYTE has the Solution – Edge Servers for Every Situation
GIGABYTE’s H242 Series multi-node server for edge computing.
Multi-access Edge Computing
SDN (Software Defined Networking)
NFV(Network Functions Virtualization)
MEC: A Flexible Choice for a Better 5G Mobile Internet Experience
Ushering in a New Era of Smart Healthcare Applications with 5G-based MEC
A new epoch of smart medicine has been made possible with the proliferation of 5G. Healthcare has advanced from the treatment of symptoms to the early detection of disease and the tracking of each individual’s condition. GIGABYTE Technology offers the highly scalable, high-density E-Series Edge Servers for edge computing; by working with Alpha Networks Inc., GIGABYTE has brought the benefits of multi-access edge computing (MEC) to wearable devices and other Internet of Things (IoT) applications that will help to realize the vision of smart medicine. The compilation of big data, coupled with the low-latency characteristics of MEC, allow for faster data integration and analysis that will help healthcare providers offer customized, predictive care for their patients.
The Advantages of ARM: From Smartphones to Supercomputers and Beyond
Processors based on the ARM architecture, an alternative to the mainstream x86 architecture, is gradually making the leap from mobile devices to servers and data centers. In this Tech Guide, GIGABYTE Technology, an industry leader in high-performance server solutions, recounts how ARM was developed. We also explain the various benefits of ARM processors and recommend ARM servers for different sectors and applications.
What is a Server? A Tech Guide by GIGABYTE
In the modern age, we enjoy an incredible amount of computing power—not because of any device that we own, but because of the servers we are connected to. They handle all our myriad requests, whether it is to send an email, play a game, or find a restaurant. They are the inventions that make our intrinsically connected age of digital information possible. But what, exactly, is a server? GIGABYTE Technology, an industry leader in high-performance servers, presents our latest Tech Guide. We delve into what a server is, how it works, and what exciting new breakthroughs GIGABYTE has made in the field of server solutions.
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