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Edge Computing

02.02.2021

News & Communication

“From Cloud to Edge” Research predicts the rise of Edge Computing and unveils the main trends in the Cloud Computing Market

By 2025 Cloud Computing will lead the ICT infrastructure market and Edge Computing will become an exponentially growing market, according to Reply’s new research “From Cloud to Edge”.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Research

From Cloud to Edge

Cloud technology is the ‘behind the scenes’ foundation of today’s and tomorrow’s mainstream services. From its outlook on international ICT markets, Reply observed that cloud-related technologies are the key to moving boldly on reacting and restarting activities.

A look into the worldwide market of Cloud Computing with a focus on the new opportunities enabled from Edge Computing

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EDGE COMPUTING

Best Practice

Reply’s Axulus is helping companies to deploy technology innovations using the IIoT and edge computing

By offering a new way to identify use cases and scale IIoT solutions, customers are able to stay ahead of the technological innovation cycle, generating substantial added value for their business and helping to gain competitive advantage.

Edge Computing

Best Practice

The Adoption of an Edge Computing and IIoT Solution to Optimise the Performance of Large Photovoltaic Plants

With 30 different photovoltaic plants to manage, located in eight different Italian regions, one of the European leading renewable energy groups working with Concept Reply decided to implement an IoT and edge computing-based solution.

Edge Computing

Best Practice

Edge Computing and IoT to Optimise Energy and Launch New Services

IoT and edge computing enable utility service providers to manage the complex and heterogeneous systems that generate, distribute and store energy. Sense Reply is helping utility customers to revolutionise their business models and create new capabilities by implementing edge components, IoT and big data platforms.

EDGE COMPUTING

Case Study

Gkn Introduced an Edge Gateway to Support Its Own Additive Manufacturing Solution

GKN is developing a digital twin system equipped with interfaces capable of monitoring all stages of the manufacturing process. This innovation, which has the potential to radically change the design, production, sale and maintenance of complex products in different industries, is made possible by edge computing.

EDGE COMPUTING

Case Study

Nexive Robots Use Edge Computing To Obtain, Communicate and Process Data in Real-Time

E-commerce continues to grow rapidly and, to keep up with this Nexive, the private postal leader in Italy, has adopted the robotization of parcel sorting in its warehouses, thanks to solutions based on edge computing.

Edge Computing

Best Practice

Sensors and Plc Controllers enable the Remote Monitoring of Manufacturing Processes

IoT technologies allow manufacturing companies to monitor and analyse equipment. However, different systems use different “languages”, making the data difficult to process. Cluster Reply’s unique solution to this challenge, Factor Control Tower, uses a brand-independent operating model of the machinery.

Edge Computing

Best Practice

Digital twins help manufacturing companies to intercept and prevent anomalies

Brick Reply, specialising in advanced solutions for manufacturing operation management, has launched a new app based on its proprietary cloud-based suite. Using simulation and artificial intelligence technologies, Shop-floor Digital Twin enables factory staff to take proactive action to correct abnormal situations before they lead to production problems or stoppages.

Edge Computing

Case Study

The introduction of edge computing allowed Sparkle to renew its global connectivity offering

International voice, data and multimedia services specialist Sparkle is developing an intelligent and distributed infrastructure based on their network of fibre-optic cables and data centres across 34 countries. The Sparkle team are pursuing a model they call ‘pay as you grow’: an economic scalability model capable of adapting to real business needs.

Edge Computing

Case Study

Open source and edge computing are the basis of Deutsche Telekom’s new virtualised network infrastructure

Deutsche Telekom is working with Reply to develop the Access 4.0 programme, which takes advantage of open source to create a scalable solution making the control, management, and operation of networks more scalable, flexible and economically sustainable.