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Inside Edge: The Impact of 5G and MEC Tech on Smart Cities and Transportation

The past year tested the resilience of cities like never before, while also demonstrating the innovative solutions that can emerge when cities leverage technology to address large-scale challenges. With the excitement for 5G and MEC building, city leaders have the opportunity to leverage this new network technology to help them realize their vision for cities of the future.

In this discussion, speakers from SkyLab Holdings and Supermicro, in collaboration with Intel, will discuss the value and impact of 5Gand MEC technology on Smart City and Transportation businesses and authorities, the most promising use cases, and how distributed edge computing can help meet long-term city goals, and how the 5G and MEC technology landscape will create a more resilient and sustainable future in a post-COVID environment.

Intel Edge Software Hub: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/edge-computing/edge-software-hub.html

SkyLab MEC Intelligent Traffic Solution: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/edge-computing/resources/edge-software-hub-skylab-mec-edge-ai-traffic-sol.html

Inside Edge Insights for Vision: https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/topics/iot/edge-solutions/vision-recipes.html
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