Chokkalingam K
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How can we differentiate edge computing from other computing models?

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  1. Edge computing is computing that takes place at or near the physical location of either the user or the source of the data.

    Edge computing is used to process time-sensitive data, while cloud computing is used to process data that is not time-driven. Besides latency, edge computing is preferred over cloud computing in remote locations, where there is limited or no connectivity to a centralized location

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