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Possibilities at the Edge

The major technology trend of the past decade has been mass migration to the cloud. The economies of scale and breadth of online services have meant that organizations of all sizes have adopted cloud services for a variety of IT functions, to such an extent that modern approaches to building and running applications are now described as “cloud native.” But, for businesses that want to stay ahead in the data race, centralizing everything inside massive cloud data centers is becoming limiting. The arrival of 5G networks and a boom in connected devices as part of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will produce vast quantities of real-time data—all of which will need to be rapidly analyzed to inform timely business decisions.

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