DOI: 10.55524/ijircst.2021.9.6.36 | DOI URL: https://doi.org/10.55524/ijircst.2021.9.6.36
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Madhav Singh Solanki
Electronic gadgets, appliances, medical equipment, cameras, sensors, and cars are all part of the Internet of Things (IoT), which enables smart cities and infrastructure. It is predicted based on evidences that a minimum of forty nine billion IoT devices shall definitely be linked or connected with the Internet by or before 2020. Those devices will generate a huge and unprecedented amount of information, which conventional systems and cloud systems may find challenging to handle. Fog computing was created to address the shortcomings of existing technologies. Fog offers storage, computation, data, and application services at the network's edge, comparable to cloud computing. This article discusses the features that generally makes fog or edge computing a good stage for the recently evolved technology “IoT”, as well as application, characterization and interrelated research in the trending fields including IoT and Fog. Edge computing is a suitable platform for IoT because of its heterogeneous nature, mobility support, very low latency, and huge number of nodes. Rather of transmitting data to the cloud, data will be processed at the network edge.
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