5G and Edge Computing Converge – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 239

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Shamik Mishra, CTO of Connectivity at Capgemini Engineering, talks with host Jake Smith about why edge computing and 5G connectivity is creating a convergence that will enable industrial automation, AI and analytics, smart city infrastructure, and a number of enterprise use cases. Shamik explains why edge applications are crucial for future deployments and how the company integrates the Intel SDKs into the development process. Shamik also talks about Capgemini’s 5G Connected Platform Solution, which implements Intel’s Converged Edge Reference Architecture and goes into detail about the challenges of realizing the smart city of the future.

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