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WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT PLANNING MOBILE EDGE SYSTEMS (MEC)
Mobile edge computing (MEC) is a network architecture that supports compute, analytics and storage capacity at the edge of the network, and proponents say it provides substantial performance benefits for applications requiring low latency, especially IoT applications. But MEC deployment is complicated by the lack of mature standards and the sheer number of standards and architectural options. Each IoT deployment will have unique requirements for latency, performance, frequency, amount of data and cost.IT leaders should design MEC connectivity architectures with flexibility and adaptability in mind.The focus of this article is on business mobile edge computing and its relationship to IoT and does not address MEC technologies that enhance 5G RAN architectures implemented by mobile operators. (Note: Due to the popular use cases such as IoT, MEC is used as a generic term to encompass almost all edge computing architectures. LEE DOYLE READ MORE