North American Service Provider Edge Strategies and Growth Opportunities

North American Service Provider Edge Strategies and Growth Opportunities

A Massive Amount of IoT Data, Sprawl of Distributed Users, and Growing 5G Deployment Drive Edge Services Adoption

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21-Dec-2021
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North America
Research Code: K699-01-00-00-00
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Edge computing refers to bringing computing and storage closer to where the data originates: at network gateways or directly at the endpoints. Numerous sensors and devices generate a massive amount of data every day that must be processed to derive real-time, actionable insights. This requires high bandwidth, uninterrupted connectivity, and shorter processing time. Edge computing processes the data closer to the network edge, providing the high bandwidth and low latency that these data-hungry applications need to function efficiently. Network service providers (NSPs) have recognized the opportunities arising from the evolution of edge and extended their role from being only connectivity providers to an edge service providers.

With the growing demand for edge services, businesses are considering strengthening their connectivity alternatives to accommodate upcoming high-bandwidth applications. 5G delivers the flexibility and scalability required by future applications. NSPs are offering edge services via their edge platform as public and private multiaccess edge computing (MEC) solutions that are based on 5G, fiber, or a combination of both. 5G-based private MEC solutions are deployed on-premises and best suited for industries that manage data internally, such as large campuses and manufacturing plants that depend on numerous connected devices. This paper provides an in-depth analysis of NSPs' edge strategies in North America.

Author: Amrit Singh

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North American Service Provider Edge Strategies

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Edge computing refers to bringing computing and storage closer to where the data originates: at network gateways or directly at the endpoints. Numerous sensors and devices generate a massive amount of data every day that must be processed to derive real-time, actionable insights. This requires high bandwidth, uninterrupted connectivity, and shorter processing time. Edge computing processes the data closer to the network edge, providing the high bandwidth and low latency that these data-hungry applications need to function efficiently. Network service providers (NSPs) have recognized the opportunities arising from the evolution of edge and extended their role from being only connectivity providers to an edge service providers. With the growing demand for edge services, businesses are considering strengthening their connectivity alternatives to accommodate upcoming high-bandwidth applications. 5G delivers the flexibility and scalability required by future applications. NSPs are offering edge services via their edge platform as public and private multiaccess edge computing (MEC) solutions that are based on 5G, fiber, or a combination of both. 5G-based private MEC solutions are deployed on-premises and best suited for industries that manage data internally, such as large campuses and manufacturing plants that depend on numerous connected devices. This paper provides an in-depth analysis of NSPs' edge strategies in North America. Author: Amrit Singh
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