Recently Named to the GSMA 100, AlefEdge Will Discuss How Operators and the Ecosystem Can Deploy and Monetize the Edge
5G is expected to be the focus of the upcoming GSMA Mobile World Congress in Los Angeles (October 22-24) and AlefEdge, the Edge Internet leader, will explain how the Edge Internet optimizes delivery economics for 5G applications and services. As discussed in Chetan Sharma’s most recent paper, Edge Internet: The Multi Trillion Dollar Opportunity, the Edge Internet is forecasted to create a $4.1 trillion economy by 2030. AlefEdge will explain how bringing connectivity and computing together at the Edge will unlock the value of 5G.
@AlefEdge leads conversation around #5G and the #Edge Internet at #MWCLA19
Speaking on the MWC Los Angeles Applied AI Summit panel, AI at the Edge, What is the Opportunity and How to Monetize it, AlefEdge CEO Dr. Ganesh Sundaram and other industry experts will explore how the Edge is a key component of 5G and how it will be instrumental to efficiently distributing workloads and delivering new applications and services. Ganesh will concentrate on proven AlefEdge deployments that can be easily replicated globally to support use cases like AR, VR, video streaming, adtech, connected screens, autonomous vehicles and beyond.
“We welcome AlefEdge to the GSMA 100. The GSMA 100 are leaders in growth categories poised to drive digital transformation and innovation in the mobile marketplace,” said Laxmi Akkaraju, Chief Strategy Officer, GSMA. “We look forward to working with AlefEdge to champion their success by unlocking new doors for business development and investment across the mobile industry.”
“We are honored to be part of the mobile visionaries in the GSMA 100. These are the companies that are driving change for the mobile industry, which has always been the primary objective for AlefEdge,” said Ganesh.
“Furthermore, I’m thrilled to be part of the conversation these leaders will be having around the challenges operators face to match profitability with ever-increasing bandwidth and data consumption in the current climate,” Ganesh added. “5G has always been on the forefront of the conversation for how to solve this issue, but what’s emerging now is the role of the Edge Internet and how the ecosystem—from operators down to consumers—will benefit.”