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AI EdgeLabs and Namla partner to offer edge computing security solutions

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AI EdgeLabs and Namla partner to offer edge computing security solutions

AI-powered edge cybersecurity solution provider AI EdgeLabs and cloud edge orchestration platform Namla are collaborating with a joint goal of transforming the edge computing security landscape.

Both companies aim to provide security for devices, applications, and data at the edge. The company says the joint partnership solution encompasses IoT devices, sensors, gateways, and other edge infrastructure components.

Other features of the solution include encryption and authentication, edge networking infrastructure visibility, real-time detection and response, autonomous response to network-based threat, and container-based edge asset discovery and monitoring.

“In partnership with Namla, we deliver the highest level of protection and efficiency to organizations venturing into the world of edge computing,” says Inna Ushakova, CEO at AI EdgeLabs.

“Together, we empower businesses to harness the full potential of edge computing, ensuring seamless operations and fostering business growth.”

According to both companies, businesses will now have the ability to experience all the benefits that edge computing provides, including real-time processing, and reduced latency, all while maintaining protection for their distributed edge environments.

Commenting on the partnership and new solution, Younes Khadraoui, chief business officer at Namla, says: “Cybersecurity at the edge is no longer a choice; it’s a necessity. At Namla, we’re dedicated to providing our customers with a cutting-edge cloud edge orchestration platform.

“Our partnership with AI EdgeLabs is a game-changer in this pursuit. By combining our expertise in large-scale distributed edge infrastructure with AiEdgeLabs’ AI-based security solutions, we empower our customers with a comprehensive and unmatched edge computing ecosystem. This partnership isn’t just an advantage; it’s the assurance that your edge infrastructure is not only efficient but also fortified against the evolving threat landscape.”

The company adds that the need for edge-native security solutions come as latency, scalability, bandwidth limitations, and privacy concerns continue to be some of the challenges of edge computing.

Both AI EdgeLabs and Namla list real-time cybersecurity protection, improved privacy, decreased downtime, bandwidth efficiency, reduced latency, and enhanced compliance as some of the benefits the solution provides.

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