Researchers accelerate discovery by moving compute power to the network edge
Purdue Research Foundation launched the Indiana 5G Zone. Here, researchers can test and develop 5G-enabled technologies. This initiative requires a highly secure, low latency, fast-processing, mobile network architecture.
Improved productivity, greater security (the data is processed and resides on the local network), and higher computing speeds for data processing in near-real time—critical for highly advanced research into new technologies.
AT&T Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) helps improve the productivity of the research staff at Purdue’s Indiana 5G Zone by bringing cloud computing capability to the network’s edge.
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About Purdue Research Foundation
Purdue Research Foundation funds and fosters high-tech discovery, learning, and engagement. The Wall Street Journal rated universities whose licensed technologies spawned business startups, and they ranked Purdue third in the U.S. and sixth in the world.
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