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Edge Computing

Deliver incredible digital experiences to your employees, suppliers and customers

Edge Computing

Deliver incredible digital experiences to your employees, suppliers and customers

Edge Computing

Edge Computing brings data centers closer to the user’s location or data source. This enables organizations to run workloads with very low latency, offering a new approach to computing that eliminates the need for internet transit from remote locations to the data center.

Edge Computing Solutions


Bring your own equipment and choose from thousands of locations.


Managed hybrid, private and multicloud services with ultra-low latency.

Data Center

Consolidate data across multiple locations and ensure digital resilience for your business.

Telecom Operators

Infrastructure to support CRAN/ORAN.

Enable phygital experiences, metaverse, smart cars, smart cities, drone deliveries, the Internet of Things and much more with Edge Computing.

Advantages of Edge Data Centers for your Business

In the era of Web 3.0 , meeting consumer information demands in real time is crucial; Edge Computing’s ultra-low latency delivers incredible digital service experiences for consumers. Companies committed to standing out will include Edge Computing in their innovation roadmap to offer next-generation products and experiences.

Amazing experiences

Web 3.0


Edge Computing Applications

Immersive Phygital and Metaverse Experiences

These experiences require low response times to ensure natural interactions between the physical and virtual worlds. Users expect immediate reactions when interacting with virtual objects. Edge Data Centers make low latency possible by eliminating internet traffic to remote locations.

Real-Time Data Processing

Many modern factories utilize IoT sensors that generate a continuous stream of data to optimize operations and prevent outages. A modern factory – with 2,000 pieces of equipment – can generate around 2,200 terabytes of data per month. Edge Data Centers allow factories to process data closer to equipment, making it faster and more cost-effective.

Connected Vehicles

Whether it’s harvesters in the countryside or buses and trains in the city, computers are used to track passenger flow and service delivery. Delivery drivers can find the most efficient route with technology integrated into their trucks. Deploying this technology using an edge computing strategy ensures that each vehicle utilizes the same standardized platform as the rest of the fleet, resulting in more reliable services and uniform data protection.