Manufacturers can use edge data for the full product lifecycle to gain accurate and timely insights into how their products are used by
Edge computing requires elements that can fit into the limited space available, withstand harsh conditions, and run sophisticated analysis
A discussion on how the edge is all about generating new value from data and accessing more of that data by getting closer to where it's
In this week's real-time analytics news: A bevvy of news from the Snowflake Summit, new Sumo Logic offerings aim for modern security operations, and more.
A recent survey reveals an increased upward lift in AI adoption across industries including energy, manufacturing, heavy industry, infrastructure, and …
IDC sees connected oil field exploration, freight monitoring, and public safety response as the three areas with the highest propensity for edge
The edge is ripe for cross-pollination where lessons learned and solutions developed in one industry may be used for another application in a different …
The convergence of computing environments, from edge to the central server, is forming the foundation of the emerging real-time enterprise.
In the news this week: integrated IoT bundles that combine connectivity services and application management, a new network service to scale edge deployments, …
Data is rapidly migrating to the edge due to demand for real-time insights, and advanced, often AI-powered technology that makes these insights