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‘Edge’ in Edge Computing Explained | Arif Khan, Coredge


Guest: Arif Khan (LinkedIn)
Company: Coredge (Twitter)
Show: To The Point
Keyword: Edge Computing 

Everyone defines edge in their own way, but there are some common characteristics that define edge and Coredge CEO and Co-Founder Arif Khan defines it aptly, which is more or less data centers close to the source of the application or near the user.

About Arif Khan: Arif Khan is a CEO or edge computing product company, He is an avid open-source contributor and an influential thought leader in 5G (Telco Cloud/NFV) and edge computing. He is ambassador for Linux Foundation’s Anuket project. His initiatives with the Linux Foundation include Kontour (Under Akraino), OPNFV (Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization) and ODL (OpenDaylight). He is the driving force behind OpenStack, ODL and OPNFV in Asia. Arif has authored research papers and co-inventor of patents.

About Coredge: Coredge is building a revolutionary cloud and edge platform to address the orchestration and management requirements driven by new-age applications/use cases that requires low latency and hyper-automated delivery. We are helping our customers to solve the complex orchestration and day 0, day 1 and day 2 management issues while moving to modern infrastructure. We are targeting our solutions for technologies like industrial IoT, wearables, self-driving cars, OTT, AR/VR, 4K Streaming, voice/video over IP and the fundamental use case for the Edge Cloud.