Edge Computing

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Edge computing is a computing model that refers to a distributed computing paradigm where data processing and storage are performed closer to where the data is sourced or consumed rather than in a centralized data center or cloud. As the data is processed and analyzed on local devices or nodes near the edge of the network, such as IoT devices, sensors, or gateways, edge computing enables faster response time and reduces the risk of data loss and security breaches.

As more devices become connected to the internet and generate large amounts of data, computing models such as Edge computing will gain significant importance in the years to come. As the data is processed at the edge of the network rather than at a centralized location, the amount of data that needs to be transmitted over the network is reduced, which helps in improving network performance and reducing costs. In addition, by processing data at the edge, businesses gain real-time insights, which enables them to make more informed decisions. Overall, edge computing is a new-age technology that is shifting the way businesses process and analyze data.

Martin Liguori
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By Martin Liguori
I have been working on IT for more than 20 years. Engineer by profession graduated from the Catholic University of Uruguay, and I believe that teamwork is one of the most important factors in any project and/or organization. I consider having the knowledge both developing software and leading work teams and being able to achieve their autonomy. I consider myself a pro-active, dynamic and passionate person for generating disruptive technological solutions in order to improve people's quality of life. I have helped companies achieve much more revenue through the application of decentralized disruptive technologies, being a specialist in these technologies. If you want to know more details about my educational or professional journey, I invite you to review the rest of my profile or contact me at martin@infuy.com