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What is Edge Computing?

Edge Computing refers to the practice of processing data near the source of data generation, rather than relying on centralized data centers or cloud servers. Edge computing devices, such as routers, gateways, and IoT devices, perform data processing and analysis locally, reducing latency, bandwidth usage, and reliance on centralized infrastructure. By processing data locally at the edge of the network, Edge Computing reduces latency, bandwidth usage, and dependency on centralized data centers.

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