Edge Computing is the evolution of embedded computing in the age of the IoT, i.e. the addition of system-level connectivity and services to embedded (industrial) computers to provide the required infrastructure for business-critical industrial IoT systems. Edge Computing also defines the opportunity at the edges of IT, OT and ICT technology eco-systems, and thus exploits the convergence of these eco-systems brought about by the IIoT. Edge Computing products provide a computing continuum from the sensor-to-the-cloud (this is also the basis of Fog Computing of which Edge Computing is an important part) and thus address the shortcomings of cloud computing in an industrial context (e.g. latency, security, resilience, Datacom costs, dependencies). As such, Edge Computing is regarded by many technical commentators as complementing and even replacing cloud computing for many business-critical IoT solutions. ADLINK’s deep experience in embedded computing and connecting the unconnected makes us well-positioned to leverage one of the next huge developments in business and industrial computing.