Edge solutions to get the most out of your IT infrastructure

Edge computing involves bringing the computation and storage of data closer to the places where it is generated, rather than sending it to remote servers or centralized clouds. This approach offers benefits in terms of reduced latency, higher processing speed and improved responsiveness for real-time applications.

Digital Metalla, with its Colocation and Virtual Data center services, by seizing the opportunities of edge computing and thanks to an efficient and secure infrastructure, is able to offer your company qualitatively high service levels both in terms of performance and energy efficiency, reliability and business continuity.


Energy Efficiency

Edge solutions reduce the need to transfer large amounts of data across communication networks. This reduces the energy consumption required to transport data over long distances and improves the energy efficiency of business IT processes.


Colocation and Virtual Data center services run locally, without relying on Internet connections or remote servers for compute processing, improves the performance of applications, especially those requiring continuous availability.

Reduced latency

For applications that require immediate responses, such as IoT (Internet of Things) or autonomous vehicles, edge computing enables near-instantaneous response because data is processed locally, minimizing latency.


Digital Metalla can offer its Colocation and Virtual Data center services for all industries that make edge technology an indispensable approach to their IT infrastructure. Our solutions serve the business needs of different markets and industries: security and surveillance, smart cities, intelligent transportation, health and healthcare, Internet of Things (IoT), precision agriculture, and industrial and manufacturing automation.

Security and surveillance

On-site data processing is critical for security and surveillance applications. Intrusion detection, video surveillance, and access management are activities where data processing becomes a decisive factor for proper service delivery.

Smart cities

In smart cities, edge computing can be used to collect and analyze data from sensors installed throughout the urban area, helping to improve traffic management, waste collection, and other public services.

Smart transportation

Smart transportation aims to improve the efficiency, safety and sustainability of transportation systems. Edge computing is used to analyze data from vehicles and road infrastructure to improve safety, navigation and traffic optimization.

Health and health care

In the medical field, edge computing can be used to process and analyze data from medical devices and wearable sensors. This supports real-time patient monitoring and early diagnosis.

Internet of Things (IoT)

IoT devices such as sensors, cameras and monitoring devices generate huge amounts of data. Edge computing allows these data to be analyzed and acted upon locally, reducing the delay and overhead of data transmission to the cloud.

Precision agriculture

In precision agriculture, edge computing enables data to be collected and analyzed from crop fields. Because processing is faster and more local, it helps optimize farm machinery, irrigation, fertilization and crop management.

Industrial and manufacturing automation

Edge computing is critical for real-time control of industrial processes, equipment monitoring and production optimization. This enables greater efficiency and faster response times.