Taubyte announced today that it has been selected as a member of the 5G Open Innovation Lab, a global ecosystem of developers, start-ups, enterprises, academia and government institutions, focused on helping start-ups utilize 5G to develop new capabilities, use cases and market categories.
Taubyte notes it will work closely with the Lab’s founding partners including Intel, T-Mobile and other partners to mature and grow its platform to become the de facto computing platform for IoT.
“Smart Computing is a distributed computing platform which streamlines running business logic on a global computing infrastructure that extends from data centers to connected devices.” — Samy Fodil, Founder and CEO at Taubyte
Unique to the Lab’s approach is its focus on unifying an independent ecosystem by bringing together technology, financial and community partners and forward-thinking customers from industries such as media and entertainment, transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing, and retail.
5G and the Edge Computing paradigm are inextricably linked; they are both poised to significantly improve the performance of applications and enable huge amounts of data to be processed in real-time. As a consequence of the distributed nature of both, software operational complexity is growing exponentially. Through our intelligent self-operating (NoOps) computing platform, at Taubyte, we aim to solve this challenge, and, thereby, define the next generation of computing: Smart Computing.
“The 5G OI Lab is an extraordinary opportunity for developers to work directly with technology and business leaders to design and bring to life their vision and dreams for new 5G applications,” said Jim Brisimitzis, managing partner of the 5G OI Lab. “This is not just any startup program. We are building a true partner ecosystem that will bring knowledge, resources and capital together to change the world in profound ways.”
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