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ZEDEDA Provides Early Access to Platform for Secure and Scalable Cloud-Native Edge Application Management
ZEDEDA, a startup powering the real-time enterprise, today announced a significant milestone in the development of the cloud-native edge-early access to ZEDEDA's platform that provides real-time apps a simple "on-ramp" to the cloud-native edge. From legacy embedded systems to modern, AI-based IoT apps, the platform provides the scalability, security and visibility required to allow operations teams to unlock the power of real-time apps without concerns about bandwidth, latency or dependency on the cloud. 

Operations technology teams have three primary situations to deal with when it comes to IoT applications: how to upgrade and secure a massive install base of legacy embedded systems, how to retrofit existing equipment with IoT sensors and applications to take advantage of real-time data, and how to deploy entirely new applications like AI-powered robots and self-driving fleets. 

Closed, monolithic systems at the edge-either closed by design or closed because of legacy embedded device development workflows-are the last major impediment to solving these problems and enabling IoT to achieve its stated $1.3 trillion market potential. ZEDEDA's platform demonstrates how cloud-native edge solves the most urgent problem for organizations looking into digital transformation-upgrading and protecting legacy systems without truck-rolls-and gives solution providers a way to easily adopt IoT sensors and industrial gateways to provide real-time data to operational software. Initial natively-supported hardware partners include platforms built on ARM and Intel x86 processors from leading vendors including Advantech Corporation, Lanner, SuperMicro, and Scalys.

"Cloud-native edge computing will be a diverse universe unlike anything in cloud datacenters today," said Roman Shaposhnik, VP of Product and Strategy at ZEDEDA. "We are making the modernization of edge infrastructure secure, simple and automated in preparation for a fundamental shift away from legacy embedded systems. An open system that allows BYO hardware into a cloud-native platform is a start of the future: a computing environment that is distributed, autonomous and cooperative."

To help drive entirely new applications and operational possibilities at the edge across a diverse universe of devices, ZEDEDA has joined EdgeX Foundry, a vendor-neutral open source project hosted by The Linux Foundation with a goal to build a common open framework for IoT edge computing.

"Interoperability and convergence on common industry standards is vital for organizations deploying next-generation distributed computing solutions at the IoT Edge," said Jason Shepherd, Chair of EdgeX Foundry Governing Board and Dell Technologies IoT CTO. "By joining EdgeX Foundry's efforts ZEDEDA will help promote the project's important work of creating an open ecosystem of secure, interoperable edge applications that will change user experiences and drive the future of business."

Currently providing early access to select customers, ZEDEDA is accepting sign-ups for demonstrations and private briefings. For more information, please visit: https://www.zededa.com/
Published Thursday, June 28, 2018 9:31 AM by David Marshall
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