CSP spend on edge compute infrastructure will grow at a 76.5% CAGR to over $67B in 2023

TBR estimates over 100,000 mini data center (edge) locations will be built out globally by CSPs through 2023. The primary driver of edge build-outs during the forecast period is CSPs’ network transformations, which entail migrating to a cloudified and virtualized network. In this new architecture, network functions will be virtualized and housed in NFVI, which is essentially data centers. Central office overhauls will be the primary edge compute location in the early years of the forecast period, with the build-out of the capillary system required to support revenue-generating low latency use cases expected to begin in the middle years of the forecast period.

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  1. Kubermatic
    Kubermatic says:

    Yaa sure, from last few years in terms of technology the edge computing took another direction and grow globally. Thanks to update us with your deepest knowledge. I love to read your blog and take advantages of technology.

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