IBM and Red Hat launch new edge computing solutions for the 5G era

New offerings and partner ecosystem pave the way for enterprises and telcos to deploy and manage AI, IoT and analytics workloads at the edge
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US based tech specialist Red Hat and its parent company IBM has announced the launch of a new services of solutions backed by a broad ecosystem of partners to help enterprises and telcos speed up their transition to edge computing in the 5G era.

The launch combines IBM’s experience and expertise in multicloud environments with Red Hat’s industry-leading open source technology, which became part of IBM last year.

“In today’s uncertain environment, our clients are looking to differentiate themselves by creating more innovative, responsive user experiences that are adaptive and continuously available – from the data center all the way out to the edge,” said Denis Kennelly, general manager, IBM Hybrid Cloud.

“IBM is helping clients unlock the full potential of edge computing and 5G with hybrid multicloud offerings that bring together Red Hat OpenShift and our industry expertise to address enterprise needs in a way no other company can.”

With new edge services, IBM Business Partners and open multicloud solutions from IBM, enterprises will be able to tap into the potential of 5G to support crucial uses like emergency response, robotic surgery or connected-vehicle safety features that benefit from the few milliseconds latency saved by not having to send workloads to a centralised cloud.

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