3.0

What is Web 3.0?

The internet is undoubtedly the most significant technological revolution in human history. Despite the fact that the industry has seen significant growth since its inception it’s still infancy and needs major improvements. Tim Berners Lee’s internet was meant to be “a collaborative media, a place [could] all gather and read and/or write.” AOL, Compuserve and […]

Ephemeral

Edge Computing + Serverless Computing = Ephemeral Computing

What is Edge Computing? The concept of Edge Computing defines it as a networked computing component that resides at the periphery of the network. As such it functions as an interface between the network and the physical world. The “edge” can be composed of devices like cameras, sensors or actuators. Edge Computing is based on […]

Smart Environments = Edge Computing + Bots + AI

The concept of smart environments can regarded as byproduct of pervasive computing with a strong focus on the interaction of humans and technology. Generally speaking, a smart environment is a physical world that is richly and invisibly interwoven with sensors, actuators, displays, and computational elements, embedded seamlessly in the everyday objects of our lives, and […]

Is EDGE Computing the next logical step in computing?

In the comparably brief history of modern computing (70+ years or so) we went through several transformations. Without making a claim to be complete: we saw large single server systems (mainframe client-server systems) with dumb terminals, witnessed the personal desktop computer revolution in the 1970ies and 1980ies, the rise of the Web in the 1990ies […]

EDGE Computing in Retail

As EDGE computing matures, we will see a broad adoption in retail – actually I’d go as far to say that it is simply inevitably. And here’s why. In times, where timing is everything, businesses cannot afford to miss opportunities to communicate with customers at the right time. Imagine a customer passing your shop. With […]