Singtel is launching its 5G edge computing infrastructure on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, with trials scheduled to begin this year. It will enable enterprises to run applications such as drones, robots, autonomous guided vehicles, and virtual/augmented reality, in closer proximity to users.
The partnership would enable Azure customers to tap Singtel’s Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC) services, along with the telco’s 5G network, with latency of “less than 10 milliseconds”.
Enterprises running Azure Stack will also be able to add new capabilities to their existing applications, such as real-time data analysis and private connectivity.
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