Amazon Web Services (AWS) is working with some of the world's leading mobile operators to provide a service that enables developers to build single-digit millisecond latency applications.
Many of the most revolutionary 5G applications, z As a connected car, the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and augmented and virtual reality (AR / VR) require near-real-time functionality.
The traditional architecture, however, can not have extremely low latency due to the amount of time spent collecting and processing data is too long. Edge Computing helps to shorten this time by bringing core network functions closer to the point of capture. It is one of the main features of 5G.
AWS Wavelength provides computing and storage capabilities on the edge of the partner infrastructure 5G, meaning that latency-sensitive elements of an application do not need to be sent to a data center. In this way, the time spent on data in a network is significantly reduced.
Developers can use the same APIs and tools as usual, processing non-latency elements of an application in one of Amazon's 22 regions around the world. [1
"This is a game changer for developers that will unlock a whole new generation of applications and services, and we're excited that our customers are innovating with these unique new features they did not previously have access to."  Amazon already has Verizon in the US, Vodafone in Europe, KDDI in Japan and SK Telecom in South signs Korea and expects to gain more partners by 2020. The UK and Germany will be the first countries to access Wavelength through Vodafone
"With Europe's Largest 5G Network Over 58 As the world's leading Internet of Things (IoT) company with over 90 million ports, Vodafone is pleased to announce the first Being a telecoms company introducing AWS Wavelength in Europe, "added Vinod Kumar, CEO of Vodafone Business." Sc faster speeds and lower latencies can revolutionize the way our customers do business, and they can rely on Vodafone's existing capabilities and security levels on our own network. "