Definition Edge ComputingBack to glossary
Edge computing is a distributed computing paradigm that brings computation power and data storage closer to the place where it is needed. The advantage of this is enhanced response times and bandwidth usage, as well as reduced latency. Virtualization technology is taking edge computing to a new level when it comes to streamlining and expediting deployment and running of an ever-greater range of applications sitting on the edge servers.
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