Cloud computing has become in the forefront of utility IT staff in recent years. Complementary to it (and extending/enhancing it) is Edge Computing (and its close cousin, Fog Computing). New platforms such as Cisco Fog, GE Predix, and Siemens MindSphere all have capabilities for managing edge devices and applications. This panel will explore how edge computing can help power grids be more adaptive and more readily manageable. It will explain applications and services that are amenable for edge processing, and discuss issues, pitfalls, and transitioning to it.�
Edge Computing for a More Adaptive and Manageable Grid
Posted: 22 Feb 2018
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