2021 Edge Computing 100
CRN shines the spotlight on 50 companies paving the way for edge computing with hardware, software and services, 25 driving innovation around IoT and 5G, and 25 addressing the security challenges in edge environments.
From the explosion of data being created and the analytics needed to manage data closer to where it’s gathered to the ever-growing cybersecurity issues for distributed enterprises, it’s no wonder that vendors are investing heavily in new edge computing offerings.
Edge computing provides improved latency, reduces WAN bandwidth and costs, and is often an ideal solution for many Internet of Things and 5G use cases. The largest IT hardware, software and cloud companies on the planet—from Dell Technologies and Intel to Microsoft and Amazon Web Services—are betting big on the edge, while edge startups like EdgePresence and Edgeworx are sprouting up to fi ll any gaps.
The first 50 slides in the following slideshow highlight the 50 companies paving the way for edge computing with hardware, software and services, followed by 25 that are driving innovation around IoT and 5G, and then 25 that are addressing the security challenges associated with edge computing.