Edge Computing Companies and Internet Infrastructure Solutions

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Bare Metal Providers: Companies that provide Bare Metal as a Service (BMaaS). Bare metal server hardware with no software, just CPUs, memory, and storage. A dedicated CPU, full access to the hardware, and freedom to run custom operating systems.

CDN Edge Providers: Companies that offer a system of distributed servers (at the edge of the network) that deliver pages and other web content to a user, based on the geographic locations of the user, the origin of the webpage and the content delivery server.

Edge Analytics Providers: Companies that provide tools and resources that collect, process and analyze data at the edge of the network at or close to a sensor, network switch or other connected device.

Edge Application Developers: Developers that build the next generation of mobile applications, virtual reality or augmented reality apps running on edge infrastructure.

Edge-as-a-Service (EaaS) Providers: Companies that offer a platform for realising distributed cloud architectures and integrating the edge of the network in the computing ecosystem.

Edge Data Center Operators: Data Center companies that extend the edge of the network to deliver cloud computing resources and cached streaming content to local end users delivering faster services with low latency thanks to edge caching. Edge data centers also serve as clearinghouses for data being generated by IoT devices that require additional processing, but is too time sensitive to be transmitted back to a centralized cloud server.

Edge Infrastructure Finance: Investors focused on Edge Data Center infrastructure.

Edge Networking: Edge Networking Providers offer network-as-a-service (NaaS), instant network connectivity between colocation facilities, to major cloud providers, and Internet Exchanges. They also deliver optimal routing, lowering latency, and facilitate scaling.

Edge Research: Companies that provide in depth insight, analysis, reports and consulting on the Edge Internet economy.

Edge Security: Companies that provide security hardware and solutions at the edge of the network.

Edge Software: Companies that develop software that utilizes, enhances or optimizes services and solutions at the edge of the network.

Edge Video/OTT (Over-The-Top): Providers whose service goes over the Internet and can be used regardless of the network provider.

Hardware Providers: Companies that provide components needed for data center operation including but not limited to routers, switches, access points, servers, cables, power generators, cooling towers and more.

IT Platform Vendors: Companies that create the major platforms that applications run on.

Micro-Data-Centers (MDC) Providers: Companies that build and or provide micro-data-center technology and services. A micro data center is a smaller or containerized (modular) data center architecture that is designed for computer workloads not requiring traditional facilities.

Mobile Operators: Network providers that offer the source for the network edge that brings services closer to the user via cell phone towers and base stations.

Multi-Access Edge (MEC) Providers: Companies that offer application developers and content providers cloud-computing capabilities and an IT service environment at the edge of the network.

System Integrators: Companies that ensure all components work together, such as hardware, software, and networking solutions.

Technology Solution Providers: Companies that provide specialized services for various enterprises in multiple sectors.

Telecom Equipment Vendors: These are the manufacturers of Telecom network infrastructure.

Wireless Edge: Companies that deliver technology and services at the wireless edge of the network.

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