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NetFoundry launches edge embedded networking to empower providers

NetFoundry launches edge embedded networking to empower providers

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A leader in cloud-orchestrated, zero trust networking, is empowering the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge providers to more easily and securely manage Edge Computing and IoT, across all their customers and edges.

NetFoundry’s software-only Edge and IoT networking enables low latency, micro-segmented networking for Edge and IoT apps.

It is easily integrated with leading app, solution and Edge compute providers as part of turnkey solutions.

Paul Edrich, CTO of IMS Evolve, an IoT leader managing over 2 million devices globally, said: “For IMS, working with the NetFoundry networking platform is highly attractive to help us best serve Edge compute customers.

“We have been working to embed our IoT Edge solution with NetFoundry SDKs so that we can enable customers to meet their Edge compute goals without the hassle of deploying VPNs, firewalls, or propriety hardware.

“In fact, we can jointly be deployed as part of golden image on any IoT or Edge device. This means we can provide our customer a turnkey, Zero Trust networking solution which is secure, scalable and future-proof.”

Better Edge compute and emerging private 5G networking, coupled with advances in Edge compute are enabling businesses to benefit from: cost saving solutions such as predictive maintenance, asset management, energy reduction, warehouse automation and surveillance; and quality improvements and innovation, often enabled by Edge compute ML and AI, including real-time voice interaction systems, AIoT video inferencing, autonomous vehicles, metro-scale IoT and Augmented Reality (AR).

The business benefits of these solutions are driving them forward at an extraordinary pace. According to Gartner, by 2025, at least 75% of enterprise-generated data will be produced and processed at the edge, compared to just 10% today. 

Galeal Zino, Founder and CEO of NetFoundry, said: “IT moved from private data centres to cloud in order to most effectively manage their apps.

“So how can we expect IoT application providers or businesses to effectively manage hundreds of private data centres for edge compute and IoT, especially in places like shops and factories?

“Instead, we enable app providers and businesses to manage edge and IoT apps as cloud orchestrated, distributed fleets – seamlessly processing workloads in the places in which it makes the most sense to do so, from edge to cloud.”

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