What are network edge data centers?

December 15, 2022 Andres Vasquez

As consumers, we create data all day long, whether or not we’re aware of it. Our connected cars, doorbell cameras, and smartwatches all generate data that needs to be processed somewhere. At the enterprise level, IoT sensors, smart factories, 5G cellular networks, and the overall...

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