15.00 Welcome & Open Networking overview – Timo Liuska (Dell Technologies)
15.15 EdgeX Foundry – Jeroen Mackenbach (Dell Technologies)
EdgeX Foundry is a vendor-neutral. open source, hardware and OS agnostic Linux Foundation project to create a common open platform for IoT edge computing systems. In this session, come learn about one of the fastest growing IoT open source software projects in the world. Learn about why EdgeX exists, where it came from, and how it can help solve the interoperability issues associated with today’s IoT deployments - while at the same time allowing for value-add and return on investment from its use. In this presentation, some details of the EdgeX architecture, project organization, and 65+ company ecosystem are covered
16.15 Coffee break
16.30 Multi Access Edge computing – Pekka Kuure (Nokia)
Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) is a key enabler in the emerging 5G
ecosystems. It enables a developer ecosystem on the edge of the 5G network where the applications can provide extremely low latencies and high bandwidths to the end users. MEC is not limited to consumer applications, but it also supports industrial and IoT use cases.
MEC is being standardized in ETSI, where Pekka is the vice chair of the MEC Working Group.