MEC

Should operators try to own the edge?

At the Edge Computing Congress 2019 event in London, the keynotes and panel discussions focused on the unique opportunity for operators to own the edge if they want to.

AT&T joins the retail robot revolution

AT&T Business has unveiled a new partnership to target the retail segment, a vertical which might look completely different in a few years’ time.

AT&T + HPE = edgy TLC

AT&T has announced a new partnership with HPE to drive the benefits of edge computing in enterprise services.

The private power of the edge

One of conundrums which has been quietly emerging over the last couple of months concerns how to maintain privacy when attempting to improve customer experience, but the power of the edge might save the day.

Edge takes centre stage at MWC 2019

For all the hype and buzz which was generated ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019, the edge stole some of the attention away from 5G.

Orange points to privacy benefits through MEC

Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) is back on the buzzword agenda after spending a few years in the wilderness and Orange has pointed to an interesting privacy benefit to the technology.

Nokia determined to stay on top of edge computing

Edge computing used to be the big thing but seems to have become lost in the sea of buzzwords. Not over at Nokia however, as the team claims to have tested applications based on Multi-access Edge Computing.

ZTE gives MEC some TLC

ZTE has announced it will be implementing mobile edge computing (MEC) pilots technical verification with China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom.

Nokia UAE tie up shows drones are no gimmick

Almost every new technology will go through a gimmicky stage and only the strong will crack the mainstream market; it looks like drone tech is on its way to normality.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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