Fog Computing and the 20% RuleSpeaker: Perry Victor Lea – Boise, ID, United States
Topic(s): Architecture, Embedded Systems and Electronics, Robotics
AbstractFog computing is the extension of the cloud to the edge of compute. As the world grows to 50 billion connected objects, certain laws of physics preside that need to be discussed. Fog computing is the only solution to bring about a mass connected society. This lecture discusses the theory behind fog compute, proposed architectures, the consortiums driving the architectures, and what it can do that we can’t do today. We also discuss how fog compute tackles the 20% of data growth vs data bandwidth.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 35
Duration: 40 minutes
Languages Available: English
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