The edge computing market is growing at a rapid pace. Edge computing is predicted to expand roughly 12% annually to $250 billion by 2024, according to IT research firm IDC. Edge computing’s major goal is to reduce latency and network congestion while boosting data security. The latest edge computing gadgets are propelling technology forward at a breakneck pace. Here are some of them:
This is an edge computing solution that can assist customers in developing, deploying, and managing device software. Customers can open-source edge runtime and cloud services for their IoT applications as a result of this. The goal is to make it easier for enterprises to create intelligent device software at the edge.
Cisco Catalyst IR8100
For edge computing, Cisco has introduced a new line of 5 G-enabled industrial edge routers and IoT gateways. The Cisco Catalyst! R8100 is also dust and water-resistant.
It makes use of the Cisco IOS XE operating system’s open, programmable, and standards-based APIs.
Dell PowerEdge XR11 and XR12
The Dell PowerEdge XR11 and XR12 are designed to withstand extreme environments and are ideal for edge computing. Extreme temperatures are not a problem with this. Sensors on the PowerEdge servers can automatically track thermal activity and manage the temperature.
Eaton 5P UPS
It’s a business-class power backup solution designed specifically for edge computing.
It has a bendable lithium-ion battery. Customers link the 5P UPS with the Eaton Gigabit Network Card, the industry’s first to meet cybersecurity standards.
Lenovo ThinkEdge SE30 and ThinkEdge SE50
Lenovo’s new edge devices are tiny and powerful enough to meet data processing and security requirements. This is intended for a wide range of applications that require more advanced analytics and data processing at the edge. The new device has a longer battery life, improves power, and speeds AI workloads.