Qualcomm is dedicated to delivering full-stack on-device and edge AI to realize its vision for hybrid artificial intelligence.
Security, cost, and sustainability are some of the reasons artificial intelligence workloads are moving toward hybrid environments.
Gen AI raises privacy, confidentiality, and security concerns. The C-suite needs a plan for addressing these issues, and edge computing can play a vital role.
Leonard Lee explores edge cloud management, specifically service management and orchestration, intelligent automation, and zero-touch operations.
The latest Cutting Edge podcast covers the importance of APIs and what to expect from the so-called API economy in the realm of 5G networks and MEC infrastructure.
The concept of edge native is gaining momentum as companies explore new ways to extend cloud computing and cloud app development toward the edge.
Every company today is — or is on its way to becoming via digital transformation — a technology company, but where does all the technology come from? Partners ecosystems.
Leonard Lee defines what SASE is and puts it in the context of edge-computing. He describes the five core capabilities of SASE and lists key takeaways for the C-suite.
In the latest episode of The Cutting Edge Podcast, Leonard Lee discusses private cellular networks and their impact on edge computing.
In this CEO Outlook moment, Thomas Kurian explains why he thinks edge computing, cybersecurity, and the mainstreaming of AI will have the most impact this year.
Bob Evans has a wide-ranging conversation with Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian’s about how the company’s youthful mindset sets it apart from its competitors and where he sees technology going in the near future.
In ep. 14 of The Cutting Edge Podcast, Leonard Lee explains what digital twins are within the context of edge computing, and the two technologies are unrelated.
When AI is combined with data, new technologies, opportunities, & outcomes emerge. From Edge AI to voice commerce, to autonomous robots, the retail industry is ripe with new potential.
How has the hybrid cloud inspired the emergence of edge cloud computing? Leonard Lee breaks it down in ep. 13 of The Cutting Edge podcast.
In Ep. 12 of The Cutting Edge podcast, Leonard Lee talks about consequential confusion and why words matter as it relates to the edge.
The Finnish telecommunications company may no longer lead the market in cell phone sales, but it’s increasingly shaping up to be the go-to company for the next generation of cloud-optimized wireless technology.
By distributing AI computation to local sensors and devices where the data is actually generated, Edge AI powers real-time capabilities for everything from medical devices to self-driving cars to energy grid monitoring, as Toni explains.
In Ep. 11 of The Cutting Edge Podcast, Leonard focuses on key ways that edge computing addresses core problems and drives innovation in the retail industry.
Edge infrastructure’s future evolution is not a myth. There is much overlap between communication technology and telecom technology — and they won’t stay separated without consequences, explains Leonard in Ep. 10 of the Cutting Edge podcast.
In Ep. 9 of the Cutting Edge podcast, Leonard Lee explains why customers have a growing concern about privacy at the edge, and offers some intriguing solutions to the issue that edge computing can provide.