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Computing on the ‘edge’: Q&A with EDJX’s co-founder John Cowan

  • 7 mths ago

Just last week, Raleigh-born edge-computing startup (pronounced Edge-X) announced that it’s partnering with Cubic Corporation to unveil what it calls the “the world’s first Internet of Military Things Edge Platform.”

The platform – which promises to bring real-time, low-latency computing to the battlefields — is being launched from the Autonomy Institute Alpha Lab at Texas Military Department’s Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas. It’s part of the institute’s Public Infrastructure Network Node (PINN) rollout announced earlier this year that relies on EDJX for its main infrastructure.

And that’s just one vertical.

WRAL TechWire’s Chantal Allam recently had the chance to sit down for a chat with its CEO and co-founder John Cowan. Here’s what he had to say:

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