The market is moving towards edge computing, there’s no question about that. According to Gartner within the next four years 75% of data generated by enterprises will be processed at the edge, up from just 10% today; and Intel predicts more than 200 billion devices will be connected by 2020. But what’s the draw? Computing at the edge provides a technical advantage, which then drives business value. The move from centralized computing to distributing processing provides processing and storage in proximity to locations with specific computing demands and delivers three major benefits: decreased latency, reduced traffic, and scalability.