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Advances in the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G technology require new strategies and technologies to process any data from these areas. With edge, fog and could computing technologies, it will be possible to collect data from devices that use a wide variety of protocols and produce data in many different formats, and process these data in real time. This article, by examining the difficulties in the advancement of computing types and their application areas, the requirements and solutions are presented to provide strong computing.
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