AlefEdge has announced a strategic partnership with DediPath in a company blog post.
According to the announcement, the combination of low-latency and ultra-high bandwidth service provided by DediPath and the functionality of Alef’s Software-Defined Mobile Edge (SD-ME) platform provides a powerful platform for deploying Edge computing services onto private networks, including existing LTE, CBRS and Wi-Fi networks, as well as emerging 5G networks.
By abstracting out 5G, and combining Alef’s compute and delivery platform along with APIs, developers can create 5G style applications without waiting for 5G. This partnership combines the absolutely critical network and facility architecture with a highly capable Enterprise SD-ME implementation. DediPath has purpose built the infrastructure in their newest locations of Las Vegas as well as Jacksonville, matching the market expansion of cellular providers in the US 5G market.
This relationship is especially exciting due to the near-term expansion of DediPath into ten new markets in the United States. All of these markets feature 5G infrastructure as well as expansion plans from all of the major national carriers. This expansion solution means that DediPath will be able to provide partners like AlefEdge the ability to package high bandwidth, low latency, DDOS protected traffic, closer to the customer.
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