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. https://networking.report/Resources/Whitepapers/481e7ab6-c261-4f7d-b51f-b9030114ec37_Core-and-Edge_V2.pdf
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GET SMART: CORE VS. EDGE IN 5G NETWORKS
Fifth-generation wireless technology, commonly referred to as 5G, will be a faster version of the current 4G network capabilities. For a device like a smartphone or a laptop, this means higher bandwidth to stream videos and send files more quickly. But the upgrades will profoundly change the way data is processed, and that comes with security concerns. With 4G technology, the system’s “core” was the centralized hub of the network that uses computers to sort and process all the data. As long as the core was protected, so essentially was your data. Under 4G, the “edge” of the network — made up of the towers and antennas — was largely separate from the core’s data processing. DOWNLOAD