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Edge Computing and the Internet of Things:
How and Why Cloud Computing is Becoming Less Relevant

Intelligence is the new trend and the edge of the network is where it needs to happen.

Edge computing refers to the process of computing data “at the edge” of the network. An edge computing infrastructure consists of computers and small-scale data centers “at the edge” of a certain network or geographic location. Computing is done directly at – or near – the source of data, as opposed to relying on a cloud-based data center that may be thousands of miles away.

Instead of focusing on raw power and long-term storage capacity, edge computing nodes focus on fast response rates, low latency, and streamlined processing of basic data, which makes the edge a powerful computing infrastructure to support Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

How Edge Computing Tackles Infrastructure Challenges in TV Broadcasting

TV broadcasters/networks and video content providers face unique challenges when it comes to upgrading IT infrastructure.

The infrastructure requirements of the media and entertainment industry are stretched by new technologies, such as ultra-high definition (UHD) consumer devices. Broadcast infrastructure is also challenged by new delivery models, such as over-the-top (OTT) streaming to non-traditional screens.

In this white paper, Ormuco examines disruptors to TV and video broadcasting, the infrastructure challenges posed by these disruptions, and how edge computing can offer viable solutions to bottlenecks.

The State of 5G: What to Expect from the New Generation of Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

2020 marks the start of the worldwide commercial launch of 5G. In this introductory white paper, Ormuco explores the technical innovations behind 5G networks and 5G’s commercial use cases.

5G mobile networks are expected to deliver download speeds of up to a gigabit per second, with lower latency, better energy efficiency, and larger wireless traffic capacity. What gives rise to these innovations? Network virtualization such as NFV, SDN, and C-RAN, paired with more efficient usage of spectrum bands and the combination of data transmission technologies such as millimeter waves, massive MIMO, beamforming, and full duplex.

5G is ushering a new era of hyperconnectivity. The Ormuco platform runs on 5G, and we’re excited to support intelligent computing solutions.

Your Roadmap to Building a Profitable Cloud Service Offering

Step 1: Identify the needs that your cloud service will respond to

Step 2: Learn about the market and your competitors – and find your “edge”

Step 3: Understand the three cloud service categories

      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
      • Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Step 4: Develop your cloud service!

      • Building your own infrastructure
      • Relying on a cloud infrastructure provider

7 Reasons Why Enterprises Trust Ormuco Software for Cloud and Edge Workloads

  1. Ormuco’s manages enterprises’ heterogeneous infrastructure with simplicity.
  2. Enterprises get all the best hypervisor features within a single, versatile solution.
  3. Ormuco offers orchestration features at no extra cost.
  4. Both compute providers and compute consumers keep better track of projects with transparent reseller billing.
  5. Ormuco simplifies disaster recovery planning thanks to built-in backups.
  6. Enterprises can rely on an intelligent, automated platform to reduce staff costs while still providing first-rate services.
  7. Ormuco makes software defined everything (SDX) and hyper-convergence a reality.

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