[icnrg] revisit arguments for edge

Aaron Ding <aaron.ding@tum.de> Sun, 27 June 2021 08:56 UTC

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Subject: [icnrg] revisit arguments for edge
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ICNRG colleagues,

Wonder if the motive for Edge is diminishing since its first concepts 
were formulated more than a decade ago?

A recent work to share on "Revisiting the Arguments for Edge Computing