Huawei, Yale University unveil Open Edge Cloud

Staff writer
10 Oct 2012

Huawei and Yale University unveiled Open Edge Cloud, an open content delivery infrastructure using data lockers.

Cloud computing is expected to dominate the ICT industry over the coming years. Yet, the popularization of cloud applications poses numerous challenges, including heavy network traffic and a less than satisfactory end-to-end service experience for users.

Huawei, in collaboration with Yale University, developed Open Edge Cloud in order to address these challenges and create value for both telecom carriers and cloud application developers.

The Open Edge Cloud integrates service modules, including storage, computing, video processing and network awareness, which are deployed over the edge of telecom carrier networks.

The service modules are application programmable, enabling a flexible and efficient cloud platform by providing standard APIs and virtualized in-network resources to applications.

The Open Edge Cloud provides resources that are closer to end users, to enhance end-to-end service experience and improve network ease of use through local storage and computation.


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