The Internet of Edges is a new paradigm whose objective is to keep data and processing close to the user. This book presents three different levels of Edge networking: MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing), Fog and Far Edge (sometimes called Mist or Skin). It also reviews participatory networks, in which user equipment provides the resources for the Edge network.
Edge networks can be disconnected from the core Internet, and the interconnection of autonomous edge networks can then form the Internet of Edges.
This book analyzes the characteristics of Edge networks in detail, showing their capacity to replace the imposing Clouds of core networks due to their superior server response time, data security and energy saving.
1. Edge Architectures.
2. MEC Networks.
3. Fog Networks.
4. Skin Networks.
5. Ad hoc and Mesh Networks.
6. Applications of the Internet of Edges.
7. Vehicular Networks.
8. Virtualization of the Internet of Edges.
10. The Example of Green Communications.
11. Deployment of the Participatory Internet.
12. The Future.
Khaldoun Al Agha is a professor at the University of Paris-Saclay, France, and an expert in telecommunications and networks. He is a co-founder of Green Communications.
Pauline Loygue is chief marketing officer and director of product development at Green Communications. She is an expert in Edge and IoT innovation.
Guy Pujolle is a co-founder and president of Green Communications. He is also professor emeritus at Sorbonne University, France.
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