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“Consume locally” is a term we hear often nowadays. Well, with edge computing, what you are essentially getting is a corner store: instead of going the distance to pick up groceries and services, you’ll find them right in your neighborhood.
Pushing content and services to the edge is currently being investigated or deployed to improve customer experience, reduce the load on the network and process applications locally.
Within the respective distributed access architecture (DAA) push, cable operators are transforming headends and hub sites into mini data centers or, in other words, headends re-architected as data centers (HERDs).
For operators, it brings a new string of revenue opportunities for business services.
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Steve Lépine, Product Specialist @ EXFO
Steve Lépine is an expert in Ethernet and Fibre Channel technologies. He has over 18 years of experience with EXFO in T&D. Steve was involved for 15 years as FPGA designer in R&D. He is currently a Product Specialist. Steve is a key contributor in the development of several test applications for high-profile product lines such as the NetBlazer, Power Blazer and BV series. Steve holds a bachelor’s degree in Microelectronics from Université du Quebec à Montréal (UQAM).
Stephen Hardy, Editorial Director and Associate Publisher @ Lightwave/BTR