360° at the Edge Webinar Series — Part Three: BUSINESS MODELS AT THE EDGE

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Duncan Clubb, Vache Astrayan, Matt Trifiro, Mark Thiele

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Register for free now to join a sharp, insightful Q&A session with industry thought-leaders and innovators exploring how the business model will evolve for Edge computing. 360° at the Edge is a series of 30-minute Q&A sessions dissecting the various challenges and opportunities of the Edge ecosystem. Part One: Defining the Edge and identifying Demand Part Two: Implementing Edge Computing Part Three: The Business Model at The Edge (this session) Description: The question on everyone’s mind remains how does this translate into a coherent business model? In our final session, we’ll explore how building a successful ecosystem will prove fundamental to creating an Edge that is commercially successful. We delve into the service model behind the ecosystem, the individual contributions of players and how collaboration might work in practice. Moderator: Duncan Clubb, Senior Director, IT Consulting, CBRE Vache Astrayan, Chief Executive Officer, Mutable.io Matt Trifiro, Chief Marketing Officer, Vapour IO Mark Thiele, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Edgevana

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