Edge Computing & 5G | Adrian Scrase, ETSI

Kelsey Ziser, Senior Editor, at Light Reading sits down with Adrian Scrase, CTO of ETSI, at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona and discusses standards efforts for edge computing, the benefits of edge computing to data-rich applications, and how edge computing supports 5G use cases that require low-latency and high-performance. Scrase also examines ETSI’s plug tests and hack-a-thons as a way to further industry goals for virtualization and address challenges such as interoperability. OrbTV provides insight and perspective on the latest trends, technologies, and topics from Thought Leaders, Industry Executives, and Analysts from across the Mobile, Cable, and Telco Service Provider community. The views expressed in this video are those of the participants and do not necessarily reflect the official view of NETSCOUT. Learn more about how we help the world’s leading Service Providers simplify network complexity and improve customer experience: http://www.netscout.link/6003DkIFH

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