In the fast-evolving landscape of technology, edge computing has emerged as a game-changer, enabling real-time data processing and analysis closer to the data source. While the concept of edge computing holds immense potential, the traditional method of air-cooled processing is proving to be inadequate for modern edge deployments. This article explores the limitations of traditional air-cooled systems, delves into the promising solution of conduction-cooled systems, and examines where faster processing is essential in modern technology.