Ian Hood, Chief Technologist, Global Service Provider, Red Hat & Dr. Ray Mota, Principal Analyst, ACG Research
Edge applications create new value by delivering services in locations near the end users and intelligent endpoint devices. They run with lower latency than applications tied to more central locations, making them essential in fast response services. They use location awareness to adapt how they perform and trigger necessary actions. They comply with data sovereignty and protection requirements and regulations, and reduce bandwidth consumption and costs by eliminating the need to send large volumes of information to and from central datacenters.
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Edge applications are poised to advance innovation in manufacturing across its many segments, such as automotive, aerospace, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, materials production, food processing, and electronics.
Enhanced video streaming is generating new edge computing revenue for communications service providers (CSPs) as their improved mobile networks meet latency and locality requirements.
The value of timely information in delivering quality healthcare services has never been greater. Analyses have shown that simplifying practitioner decision-making, making processes more efficient, and enabling real-time collaboration are critical to improving the quality of care, increasing the probability of positive outcomes.
Dr. Ray Mota, Principal Analyst, ACG Research
Ian Hood, Chief Technologist, Global Service Provider, Red Hat