October 3, 2018
Media Advisory: OpenFog Consortium announces availability of compendium of new perspectives on fog computing
Published by Tech Idea Research, the collection features insights, use cases on fog computing by OpenFog Consortium members and leading technology companies
FREMONT, CA. October 3, 2018 – The OpenFog Consortium announces the availability of a compendium of new perspectives on fog computing featuring articles and use cases contributed by OpenFog members and leading network and technology companies. Titled “Bridging the Cloud-to-Things Continuum,” the collection of perspectives on fog computing is published by Tech Idea Research.
The collection can be accessed at www.techidea.com.
Many of the contributions are from some of the earliest advocates and adopters of fog computing – those who are leading the research, developing the technologies and working with end users to incorporate fog computing in real-world deployments.
Contributed article topics include:
- Decentralized and adaptive security for the new industrial edge
- Fog computing creates a new range of possibilities in manufacturing
- BATS: an enabling communication technology for IoT, fog computing, and beyond
- Fog computing: bringing SDN to IIoT
- Getting local: three early lessons for implementing fog computing
- Fog computing in developing markets.
Use case examples include:
- Fog Computing enables smart firefighting
- Improving the convenience of car sharing.
The OpenFog Consortium was founded to accelerate the adoption of fog computing and address bandwidth, latency and communications challenges associated with IoT, 5G and AI applications. Committed to creating open technologies, its mission is to create and validate a framework for secure and efficient information processing between clouds, endpoints, and services. OpenFog was founded in November 2015 and today represents the leading researchers and innovators in fog computing. For more information, visit www.openfogconsortium.org; Twitter @openfog; and LinkedIn /company/openfog-consortium.
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