Realizing the intelligence of the network edge
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As mobile network operators and enterprises prepare for new wireless architectures (e.g. 5G, Wi-Fi), the need to deliver low-latency services will cause an evaluation of structural components such as Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and the role of insights in delivered enhanced customer experiences. But how do you add intelligence to the network edge, how much centralized processing needs to move, and how will this affect overall network operations? What future service requirements will drive this move, and how can DSPs manage and secure this extra complexity?
Guys Daniels, Director of Content, TelecomTV
Linsey Miller, Vice President of Marketing, Embedded Computing, Artesyn Embedded Technologies
Claus Pedersen, Director, CSP Platforms, Data Centre Infrastructure, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Neil McRae, Chief Network Architect, BT
Filmed at: Mobile World Congress 2017, Barcelona, February 27th 2017