Modern networks do not entirely rely on the server clusters in just one location. Instead, they prefer to distribute their servers in multiple locations or “edges” for a more decentralized approach. So, these can serve the user requests smoothly while increasing the network's security. In addition, it reduces lagging issues and latency while enabling the applications and programs to run efficiently, boosting the overall performance. So, it helps to shift the tasks away from centralized locations to the servers present on the outer "edge" networks.