Source | VMBlog By Kurt Michel, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Veea Webcams, entertainment in our cars, baby monitors. These are just a few examples of how we rely on IoT devices every day, sometimes without even realizing it. However, with the imminent rollout of 5G, and exponentially more IoT devices coming online, there is a […]
Source | TFIR Veea is working on technologies that would enable people to be ‘virtually queued’ in lines, instead of physically standing in lines. Veea is leading the way to Local Network Intelligence at the Device Edge. As the number of connected devices – smartphones, smart home/building/city IoT devices, smart TVs -continues to increase, the […]
A lack of in-person events being met with a rise in virtual events in this new normal are transforming how sales teams are adjusting their remote selling strategies and diverting their budgets to focus on creating more customer-focused acquisition plans. Kurt W. Michel, SVP of Marketing, Veea joins us in this interview to share a few ways through which sales and marketing teams can scale efforts during this downtime.
The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming how we are using data, and where that data is consumed and generated. The data usage model has shifted from a more traditional, centralized one, to one that must support many remote users and connection points. These remote connections are quickly changing the existing telecom architecture, fostering the need and development of a distributed architecture where the edge devices now define the access points and their functions.
The demand for 5G solutions is accelerating. Both businesses and consumers want faster, high capacity networks that provide reliable, ultra-low latency connectivity. Fast broadband is no longer a nice-to-have. With remote work, distance learning, and online health an everyday reality for the foreseeable future, high-speed connectivity is now woven into our everyday lives and has become essential infrastructure in the way we work, live, and play.
There are five key challenges to getting edge computing devices to work with core enterprise IT systems, and several ways to work through those challenges.
Moving computing to the edge eases the stress on bandwidth and speeds processing and responsiveness, allowing more bandwidth-heavy technologies, like AR and VR, to soar.
A Co-Interview with Two of the Partner Companies
Smart edge connectivity and computing firm Veea Inc. has announced the availability of its Virtual Trusted Private Network (vTPN) Security as a Service solution. The vTPN solution, which is secured by Privafy. provides enterprise-grade security in a highly integrated package for the SMB/SME customer.
We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted just how essential connectivity has become. Whether it’s being used for work or play, the internet has entangled itself into every aspect of our lives, and the strength of the network to bear that traffic has become more important than ever before.
As 5G builds out, there are three major challenges edge computing solves.
The constant need for data is shifting how manufacturers look at various technologies including 5G, IoT and edge computing capabilities.
The network edge can have many meanings, but to the team at New York startup Veea, the edge is where end-user devices connect to the larger network. Whether that connectivity is through Ethernet, cellular, Wi-Fi or an Internet of Things (IoT) protocol, Veea wants to deliver it packaged with enough compute power to process data on-premises.