Why the edge is integral to the sustainable future for computing

As data volumes grow, the shift to edge computing is integral to the IoT ecosystem. The edge will help to make projects both economically scalable and environmentally sustainable, while improving UX and enabling new cases. Taking a look at the storage and transmission of data, we find that efficient edge computing can save 60+% of the CO2 and energy required by a purely cloud based model. Presenter: Vivien Dollinger, CEO and Co-Founder, ObjectBox

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