5G: Edge computing is the key to performances

  • 5G, splitting radio and processing units, has a lot in common with the Web structure itself;
  • 5G no longer relies on nodes, but on functions: it needs the underlying cloud computing;
  • more technically, 5G-related software uses a Rest-based approach on open APIs ready-to-use on Github through Docker containers.
5G architecture is best suited also for IoT solutions

5G application scenarios include vehicles and robots

The Cloud Radio Access Network

Mobile Edge Computing, or MEC

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