Edge Cellular Technology. This technology was originally developed by NASA and is now exclusively offered by Mobile Edge. According to the GSM Association which represents the interests of the worldwide mobile communications industry roughly 80 percent of the world uses GSM technology for wireless calls.
GSM was the foundational technology on which GSM EDGE was based. This technology change triples the effective data rate for EDGE resulting in a peak date rate of 592 kbits per time slot. These edge devices can include many different things such as an IoT sensor an employees notebook computer their latest smartphone the security camera or even the internet-connected.
Cellular phones and devices use frequencies starting in the UHF band with bandwidth the analog version of bandwidth regionally dependent.
Edge computing also allows a way to personalize online video with targeted ad insertion or as part of interactivity between viewers and content providers. These edge devices can include many different things such as an IoT sensor an employees notebook computer their latest smartphone the security camera or even the internet-connected. As both names suggest it is an improvement on the GSM wireless technology which is second generation or 2G cell phone technology. GSM EDGE cellular technology was an evolutionary upgrade to the existing GSM GPRS networks and could often be implemented as a software upgrade to existing GSM GPRS networks.