SMART ENERGY INTERNATIONAL | Edge computing is becoming more and more relevant in the current business climate.
A Gartner study estimated that 75% of enterprise data will be generated at the edge – that is, data created outside of centralised servers and the cloud – by 2025. Companies are expected to spend 30% of their IT budgets on edge computing within three years, say the experts at Red Hat.
We’re already seeing this happening in utilities. Disruptive solutions like smart meters and smart grids are forcing energy companies to rethink their strategies. They need to revamp their operations to work with new energy models and remain competitive in rapidly evolving markets.
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