CRN highlights 50 companies leading the way in edge computing with hardware, software and services, 25 that are driving IoT and 5G, and 25 that are tackling the security challenges associated with edge computing.
As the economic pressures heading into 2023 continue to mount, businesses of all sizes are looking for ways to optimize.
At the same time, the Internet of Things market is growing, 5G connectivity is gaining ground and “big data is the new oil” has become a popular phrase, meaning its raw form isn’t that useful, but those who can harness and refine it to make meaningful business decisions will gain a vast competitive advantage.
It’s no wonder, then, that edge computing is in the channel spotlight as we head into the new year.
Edge computing itself is also morphing as new technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning bring new data analysis capabilities to the fore, and emerging business models such as IoT as a service enable solution providers to deliver innovative offerings in new ways.
Solution providers have a bevy of options when it comes to which technology suppliers to team with when building out edge projects. In our third annual Edge Computing 100 list, we spotlight the industry’s key channel-focused players when it comes to edge hardware, software and services, IoT, 5G and security.
CRN highlights 50 companies leading the way in edge computing with hardware, software and services.