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Etisalat launches multi-access edge computing architecture

Thursday 2 January 2020 | 14:03 CET | News
The deployment of MEC architectures will be critical for 4G/5G service providers, as it allows them to significantly reduce latency, essential for delivering the new breed of revenue-generating services such as virtual reality gaming, autonomous driving, augmented reality or IoT. The company said MEC is ideal for hosting high-bandwidth, low-latency applications in next-generation digital mobile networks. By moving the most demanding applications, such as video, closer to the network edge, operators can ensure the best performance and experience for consumer and enterprise customers. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Etisalat
Countries: United Arab Emirates
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