3 Reasons To Process Closer To The Edge
Network Computing, May 28th, 2021
June 6, 2021,
Volume 279, Issue 1

Being able to increase processing speeds will inevitably improve productivity and efficiency, but more importantly, edge computing will help with the management and use of data. In today's world and business environment, we have endless data being collected and transmitted

"Over the years," writes Jim Demetrius in Network Computing, "we have seen many different types of computing evolve and affect our daily lives and industries. When computers were first developed, they occupied entire buildings, consumed large amounts of electricity, and produced great amounts of heat. The first computers developed in the 1930s were massive machines using vacuum tubes, weighing almost 50 tons and occupying about 1,800 square feet. Today we hold our smartphones in our hands which can process millions of transactions, unbelievable when you think of the computers used to send men to the moon. Smartphones today are more powerful than the supercomputers of the 1980s..."

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