SEALAB's edge computing will power the ocean space. Anywhere. Anytime.

Edge computing is a crucial part of the 5G platform and provides a first-mover advantage for communication service providers in grabbing new business opportunities.

Cloud computing

  • Massive, scalable compute power
  • Unlimited storage
  • High latency
  • Restricted bandwidth
  • Low energy efficiency
  • Reliant on internet connection
  • Data sent over internet
  • Relatively high cost

Cloud vs Edge

For inference

Edge computing

  • Limited compute power
  • Limited storage
  • Low latency (real-time response)
  • Unrestricted bandwidth
  • High energy efficiency
  • Can run without internet connection
  • Data kept locally
  • Low cost

What is edge computing?

Edge computing in telecom, provides execution resources (compute and storage) for applications with networking close to the end users, typically within or at the boundary of operator networks.

Edge computing can also be placed at enterprise premises, for example inside factory buildings, in homes and vehicles, including trains, planes and private cars. The edge infrastructure can be managed or hosted by communication service providers or other types of service providers.

The main benefits edge solutions provide include low latency, high bandwidth, device processing and data offload as well as trusted computing and storage.

Main office in Norway


  • Transittgata 14

  • Entrance A

  • 7042 Trondheim

  • Norway

In Norway

  • Oslo Science Park

  • Gaustadalléen 21

  • 0349 Oslo

  • Norway

In Germany

  • Berlin

  • EUREF-Campus 1-25

  • 10829 Berlin

  • Germany

In Serbia

  • Niš

  • Bore Vukmirovića 9

  • 18000 Niš, Serbia

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