TechRepublic understands that there are currently two options when it comes to buying Edge Computing products: purchase online or via physical stores.
Edge Computing is a hardware and software provider that offers PC hardware and applications for PCs and servers.
The latter option can be purchased directly from a store or online through the company’s online store.
A spokesperson for Edge Computing confirmed to TechRepublic that the company is in talks with hardware retailers and PC vendors.
“We are in discussions with hardware companies about buying Edge Computers hardware from them.
We would like to keep the purchase process as transparent as possible.
We are in talks for a deal with one of the major hardware retailers for Edge Computer,” the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson declined to elaborate further, saying that the process was still in the “early stages.”
TechRepublic has been told that the sales and marketing efforts of the company have been going well, and that it is expected to continue selling Edge Computing hardware through the end of this year.
It is not clear what will happen with the physical stores, but it is possible that there will be an option to purchase a PC directly from the company online or by going through the online portal.
The retailer could be in the market for an Edge Computered server that will include a touch-screen, an Intel Atom x5-8200U processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card and 256GB of RAM.
In the meantime, there is no indication that Edge Computing plans to sell its PC hardware directly to customers.
Edge Computering did not respond to a request for comment.
TechRepublic’s source did say that the deal with the company was expected to come to fruition sometime next year.
According to the spokesperson, the company expects to be able to sell the Edge Computing laptop and server computers through the physical retailer by the end to 2019.