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The Intelligent Edge: The Next Frontier of IoT Innovation

With the explosion of Internet-connected devices that help us make sense of our world through data collection and analytics, we’re seeing a distributed model emerge with the rise of edge and mobile edge computing.  Edge computing platforms operate closer to the network edge, and closer to things and data sources, integrating the capabilities of networks, storage, and applications. 

This webinar takes a thoughtful and engaging look at the current state of fog and intelligent computing, with industry experts sharing real-life examples. It forecasts a future where edge-cloud hybrids or data hives are able to provide greater analytics and value-add to industry than ever before.
Recorded Feb 27 2020 57 mins
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Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
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    - What technologies will now emerge to address the risks of disruption to workforces?

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    - How to capitalize on the new normal?
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About Momenta Partners: We are Digital Industry Growth Partners. As deep industry and technology practitioners, we advise on digital strategy and M&A, place executive talent, and invest; accelerating time-to-value of digital industry leaders and disruptors.

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