Managed edge computing refers to managing and maintaining edge computing infrastructure for an enterprise. Edge computing involves placing computing and storage resources closer to the end users or devices that use them, rather than in a central location. This can help reduce latency and improve the performance of applications and services, particularly for IoT devices and other edge devices that generate and process large amounts of data.
5G networks are capable of delivering much higher data speeds and support a much larger number of devices compared to previous generations of mobile networks. This can enable a wide range of new applications and services, such as high-definition video streaming, virtual reality, and real-time data analytics.
Advanced Telecom and Managed Edge Computing technology has the potential to drive a wide range of innovations and enable new applications and services that require high speeds, low latency, and increased capacity