What is Edge Computing?
Edge computing describes a physical computing infrastructure, intentionally located outside the four walls of the datacenter, so storage compute resources can be placed where they are needed. Run on a small or tiny hardware footprint, infrastructure at the edge collects, processes and reduces vast quantities of data and can be further uploaded to either a centralized datacenter or the cloud. Edge computing acts as a high performance bridge from local compute to both private and public clouds.
Leadership in Edge Computing
Scale Computing is the leader in edge computing innovation. Scale Computing patented technology transforms isolated locations into unified, self-managingmicro-datacenters for edge computing. When ease-of-use, high availability,and TCO matter, Scale Computing HC3 is the ideal infrastructure solution.