Accenture bets on Synadia, open source for edge to cloud messaging tech

Accenture bets on Synadia, open source for edge to cloud messaging tech

Accenture, through its corporate venture capital arm, has made a strategic investment in Synadia Communications, the company behind the open source NATS.io project which provides a highly-scalable, secure communications technology for digital systems, services and devices.

With its differentiated Adaptive Edge Architecture, Synadia helps to address organizations need for a secure, flexible, extensible and future-proof communications capability across cloud, on-premises, web, mobile, and Internet of Things environments.

Synadia’s cloud-native messaging technology is built on top of NATS.io and available to run on all major cloud provider platforms, enabling companies to build a new class of edge applications with improved security, latency and ease-of-use over today’s options, according to the announcement.

“Enterprise data is increasingly being created at the edge and the ability to securely message across the edge application landscape is critical,” says Sanjeev Vohra, senior managing director, Growth & Strategy, Accenture Technology. “Powered by NATS.io, Synadia provides capabilities we believe will provide value for our clients now and in the future as edge computing accelerates.”

“As organizations continue to push the boundaries of a hyperconnected world, Synadia delivers solutions required to help accelerate business value and growth,” adds Derek Collison, founder and CEO of Synadia. “Accenture’s investment will enable Synadia to further capitalize on our position as a leader for adaptive edge architectures and modern distributed systems.”

Terms of the equity investment were not disclosed.

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