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Edge Computing

Edge computing is pushing the frontier of computing applications, data, and services away from centralized nodes to the logical extremes of a network. It enables analytics and knowledge generation to occur at the source of the data.
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It enables analytics and knowledge generation to occur at the source of the data. This approach requires leveraging resources that may not be continuously connected to a network such as laptops, smartphones, tablets and sensors. Edge Computing covers a wide range of technologies including wireless sensor networks, mobile data acquisition, mobile signature analysis, cooperative distributed peer-to-peer ad hoc networking and processing also classifiable as Local Cloud/Fog computing and Grid/Mesh Computing, mobile edge computing, cloudlet, distributed data storage and retrieval, autonomic self-healing networks, remote cloud services, augmented reality, and more. Edge computing pushes applications, data and computing power (services) away from centralized points to the logical extremes of a network. Edge computing replicates fragments of information across distributed networks of web servers, which may be vast and include many networks. As a topological paradigm, edge computing is also referred to as mesh computing, peer-to-peer computing, autonomic (self-healing) computing, grid computing, and other names implying non-centralized, nodeless availability. To ensure acceptable performance of widely dispersed distributed services, large organizations typically implement edge computing by deploying Web server farms with clustering. Previously available only to very large corporate and government organizations, technology advancement and cost reduction for large-scale implementations have made the technology available to small and medium-sized business.
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RushUp SRL (FAE Technology)
RushUp SRL (FAE Technology)
RushUp is an italian company that creates IoT products.Our solutions are embedded Edge Computing devices that enable the Digital Transformation process and make IoT possible.
Foghub
Foghub
Foghub is a preferred choice of manufaturers and OEM's for Edge Computing and real-time edge intelligence needs. Foghub offers a secure platform for Industrial IoT to connect, integrate and analyze streaming data for real time intelligence. Foghub's end to end Edge Computing solutions are redefining the approach for Industrial IoT and digital transfomration.
Crosser Technologies
Crosser Technologies
Crosser is a favoured provider of Edge Computing and real-time streaming analytics capabilities, powering Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0. IoT is all about intelligent integrations and actionable insights from raw data. Crosser is purpose-built for simplifying the design, deployment and Orchestration of globally connected devices.Crosser was named a Gartner ‘Cool Vendor in IoT Edge Computing’ 2018.
SUSE
SUSE
SUSE works with an ecosystem of partners and communities to deliver enterprise-grade, Open Source software-defined infrastructure and application delivery solutions backed by superior service and support.For SUSE, open means more than software. It's a business model and a culture. Leveraging our Linux heritage, we deliver the truly open Open Source solutions, flexible business practices, lack of enforced vendor lock-in, and exceptional service and support that your Digital Transformation demands. Our commitment to Open Source means adapting it and making it dependable, with highly flexible solutions that are hardened and secured for the most demanding IT environments.Why SUSE?More than 50% of SUSE employees focus on development and support.There are 8,500 certified applications for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is certified on 13,500+ hardware systems.Two-thirds of SUSE customers give SUSE engineers a perfect score.*SUSE is currently engaged with 100+ Open Source projects.SUSE has 650 staff actively working in research and development.SUSE support is available globally, 24x7.
SixAI
SixAI
SixAI has a long standing track record of commercial achievements with tech companies in a wide range of sectors that have successfully created value for their shareholders. SixAI was born out of a project with a Japanese partner in Robotics AI which opened a unique opportunity for tech and financial value creation in this space.
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