Edge computing means bringing computation to a network’s edge by minimizing the amount of long-distance communication that has to happen between a client and a server. For example, when users of all kinds of web applications run into processes that have to communicate with an external server, they will encounter delays. The duration of these delays will vary based upon their available bandwidth and the location of the server. This fast-evolving technology allows users to save bandwidth and enjoy faster response times by bringing computation and data storage closer to where they’re being used. As edge computing becomes more and more relevant people are asking, what can it do for the business world? Forbes asked its council of 16 top tech execs including Talla CEO Frank Speiser, how edge computing will positively affect the business world. Read the full article here.