Industry Standards

There is a significant need for standardization in the early stages of new technologies and concepts, and edge computing is no different. There are official many different standards bodies that are doing work related to edge computing, including (but not limited to) European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI); Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Linux Foundation (LF Edge), Industrial Internet Consortium, Open Compute Project (OCP), Open19.

A new open cloud platform update promises to simplify edge workload deployments that leverage distributed infrastructure. Version 3.0 of StarlingX…

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Confidential Computing Consortium promises data-in-use encryption, researcher warns encrypted traffic remains vulnerable

While public cloud services are affordable and flexible, some of the risks around lax security and reduced control over data…

 

Sign of more open-source edge to come from Equinix as it joins LF Edge

Honoring a year since launch, LF Edge has welcomed data center and colocation company Equinix as a Premier Member to…

 

Trusted Computing Group releases software, firmware guidelines for IoT systems

Amid growing industry interest in IoT security, the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) has released an updated set of recommendations addressing…

 

EU standards group to build an MEC sandbox

A major European Union standards organization has picked a Delaware-based company to build an edge sandbox in which vendors can…

 

NIST looking for partners to develop data security and confidentiality best practices

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is starting two projects focused on data security and confidentiality best practices, according…

 

DARPA wants a stronger 5G future-without Huawei

The U.S. Department of Defense has issued a challenge for ideas that would make 5G mobile networks open, programmable and…

 

U.K. Government puts forward regulatory IoT security guidelines for devices sold in the region

Shortly after California became the very first U.S. state to introduce a law addressing IoT security, the U.K. is now…

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