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Panel Series Part 3: The Edge Moves Closer to the User—Is Your Infrastructure Ready?

Kentik’s third virtual panel brings together networking leaders from Cisco and StackPath to discuss how remote work, IoT, and smart manufacturing are just a few of the trends redefining the network edge. For networking teams, managing edge complexity requires rethinking infrastructure strategies.

Watch this panel discussion to learn how today’s “network edge” means that digital businesses and service providers are bringing everything closer to their end-users for a more unified workforce or faster digital experiences. In other cases, sensors are being added to everything from connected cars to industrial machines for optimal performance. And during COVID-19, the network edge has expanded in the home, which has now become the center of work, commerce and culture.

Cisco’s Matt Price, StackPath’s Wen Temitim, and Kentik’s Avi Freedman discuss how organizations are updating their network infrastructures to get ahead of the game.

Topics include:

  • What is the network edge today?
  • How is COVID-19 changing edge network and application demand?
  • What is different about edge network architectures?
  • What is the impact on edge computing?
  • What changes are needed for monitoring and operations?
  • What impact is 5G on having on edge networks?
  • Where will the edge go in 2020? 2023?
  • How will COVID-19 accelerate, slow, or change edge expansion?

Panelists include:

  • Matt Price, Senior Director of IoT Engineering and Operations, Cisco
  • Wen Temitim, CTO, StackPath
  • Avi Freedman, Moderator, Co-founder and CEO, Kentik

Watch the Panel Discussion


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