In this new episode of the IT Research Finder, Diksha Nerurkar, Deputy Research Director at NASSCOM (India’s National Association of Software and Services Companies) talks with our analyst Elena Díaz and explains the insights of edge-computing; Diksha Nerurkar is responsible for the 5-star-rated report “Edge computing towards a more distributed future”, which is published by NASSCOM, and is also available on the IT Research Finder website.
Table of Content
00:46 –How would you define edge-computing to a non-IT expert and why is it necessary from a business perspective?
07:29 – The report takes a look at the role of Indian companies in edge computing. Could you give us your insights on this? What are Indian start-ups doing in this field?
11:37 – What are the main applications of edge computing? Could you give some real-life examples of how this technology has a real impact on people's lives?
15:40 –The paper concludes with the challenges that edge computing is facing to develop further. Which one would you say it's the most significant? What's being done to tackle this type of issue?
Diksha Nerurkar is Deputy Research Director at NASSCOM (India’s National Association of Software and Services Companies), analysing among others trends in Indian-BPO industry vis-a-vis Global trends. She holds a degree in business management from the SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management and a degree in library and information science from S.N.D.T. University.