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ETSI expands MEC’s remit as it enters phase two

ETSI has officially changed the name of its MEC ISG from Mobile to Multi-access Edge Computing, as it promised to do last year. As it embarked on phase two of the MEC ISG’s work last week, it significantly broadened the scope of the technology, which is becoming highly strategic to many organizations in the mobile, IoT and cloud worlds. It also announced a new management team, with Alex Reznik of HPE becoming the new chair, working with vice-chairs Pekka Kuure of Nokia, Sami Kekki of Huawei and Adrian Neal, from Vodafone. Reznik said: “In phase two, we are expanding our horizons and addressing challenges associated with the multiplicity of hosts and stakeholders. The goal is to enable a complete multi-access…

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