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Data mining is crucial business investment to draw actionable insights for better return on investments. However, the task can be tedious and unproductive if opted for manual measures.
With recent strides in cloud computing and cloud empowerment, heterogenous data can be seamlessly sourced and collected from a myriad sources with the aid of technological advances such as 5G, IoT and the like that tangibly improve data analytics and subsequent inference.
The challenge however has now shifted to appropriately manage voluminous data coming from a myriad sources of vast data lakes. The challenge is to optimally scan for the right kind of information, sort them and present them for best results in customer responsiveness.
Edge computing drastically simplifies tedious process of data sources from multiple smart devices to arrive at logical conclusions.
In a notable development, Stratus Technologies which excels as a dominant Edge Computing solution provider has made a significant advancement involving updates to its platform features such as ztC Edge 100i and ztC Edge 110i. This recent development allows organizations working on edge computing to efficiently deploy zero-touch Edge computing across multiple locales.
At present when owing to pandemic, the global workforce is highly disparate and data is sourced from highly distributed architecture with work-from-home being the protocol. edge computing is likely to go centerstage to facilitate appropriate data mining and analysis.
Expert opinions suggest that a well-orchestrated edge computing initiative is capable enough to coin novel opportunities specially for all telecom providers willing to take 5G related services to the next level, besides also significantly advancing work on IoT.
Public cloud solution providers as well as application developers are anticipated to remain key stakeholders in the game. The driving factor for this significant change is to enable higher operational efficiency, maintenance and data safety.