Edge cloud

Edge cloud, also known as the edge cloud computing or edge computing cloud, is a distributed computing infrastructure that brings cloud computing capabilities closer to the edge of the network. It is designed to process and store data locally on devices or edge servers, rather than sending it to a centralized cloud data center for processing.

Edge cloud offers low-latency, high-performance computing resources to enable faster processing and response times for applications and services. It enables the processing of large amounts of data generated by edge devices such as sensors, cameras, and other IoT devices, allowing for real-time analytics and decision-making.

The edge cloud architecture includes a mix of hardware and software components that enable communication, computation, and storage capabilities. These components are located in data centers, network equipment, and edge devices. The edge cloud infrastructure can be managed centrally or distributed across multiple locations.

Edge cloud has various use cases, including industrial automation, smart cities, and autonomous vehicles, among others. It enables the deployment of applications that require low latency, high reliability, and real-time processing capabilities. With the increasing adoption of IoT and other edge devices, edge cloud computing is becoming more important for enterprises and organizations looking to optimize their operations and services.