20 Billion Edge Devices?!

| February 18, 2019

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Were you aware that there are projected to be 20 Billion (with a B) edge devices in use by 2020 (next year)?! I wasn’t either. It’s just not the kind of thing that keeps me awake at night. But apparently it is exactly the kind of thing that keeps some people up. They worry about how edge applications are going to perform like edge applications are supposed to perform when there are so many of them that need to communicate with each other and they’re on different operating systems, different clouds, and a zillion different kinds of hardware.

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ERGOS Technology Partners, Inc.

ERGOS was formed in 1997 and headquartered in Houston, Texas. ERGOS is a managed service and cloud solution provider that stays ahead of the curve, providing innovative IT services for organizations across all of our divisions and serving clients worldwide. Since 2010 ERGOS expanded to physical locations in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Midland & The Woodlands, Texas, Dubai, UAE, London, UK and have added an office in Florham Park, New Jersey to service NJ, NYC and CT. We are positioned to grow and help our clients grow, offering them the kind of service that we would want. ERGOS has been included on the Inc. 5000 Fastest growing companies in the USA seven times since 2008.

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ERGOS was formed in 1997 and headquartered in Houston, Texas. ERGOS is a managed service and cloud solution provider that stays ahead of the curve, providing innovative IT services for organizations across all of our divisions and serving clients worldwide. Since 2010 ERGOS expanded to physical locations in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Midland & The Woodlands, Texas, Dubai, UAE, London, UK and have added an office in Florham Park, New Jersey to service NJ, NYC and CT. We are positioned to grow and help our clients grow, offering them the kind of service that we would want. ERGOS has been included on the Inc. 5000 Fastest growing companies in the USA seven times since 2008.

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