5 Edge Computing Use Cases With Huge Potential

BLAIR FELTER | March 22, 2019

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Edge computing is an exciting development in network infrastructure that is only beginning to realize its potential. While it’s easy to find explanations about what edge computing is and how it works, most companies really want to know how it could affect their business. Internet of things (IoT) devices are already hitting the market in huge numbers, so organizations need to understand how new developments in edge computing practices can be turned to their advantage. Several industries stand to benefit immensely from these potential use cases.

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