Introducing the world's premier peer-to-peer mesh compute and storage network. Built for the far edge.  

Smarter architecture for next-gen IoT

The Internet of Things is advancing faster than people thought, some might call it an explosion, with 1T devices expecting to be connected by 2030. This is not only going to put tremendous pressure on the Cloud but also require a different architecture. The Cloud won’t keep up. EDJX has built this new architecture, expecting to lead the next wave of computing, by enabling new use cases that have never been done before.

EDJX continues to advance the technologies to enable developers to build the next wave of IoT, AI, and M2M applications at the far edge of the network.

The world is moving towards the next wave of connected things
Serverless at the edge technology solves the latency and performance gap challenges for latency-sensitive use cases cost-effectively. The world's next-gen IoT applications, including industrial IoT, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and robotics, must be able to leverage meshed networks of servers in near real-time, which requires a completely different architecture like EDJX. Building applications on the serverless EDJX Platform, developers can focus more on their code and less on infrastructure.

There are a number of serverless platforms out there, but most of them are built using centralized architecture, using traditional cloud tools designed for cozy, protected data centers. We believe many developers of these platforms just assume centralized is the answer and it’s what they know. The edge is a complex place – EDJX has taken the complexity out of the edge and makes it easy for organizations and developers to code to the edge. You have to badge out of the data center to discover the edge.  

The key architectural difference in our solution is it is peer-to-peer, vs. centralized. It’s built to live at the edge and even what we call the far edge. Our platform automatically chooses the closest node to the end user (which could even be a sensor) in an event-driven serverless platform. Infrastructure needs to be smart enough to look at an event and then provision what needs to be provisioned, at literally the operating system level. Our platform does this automatically for the developer, so the developer can focus on solving, building, and scaling very interesting things.

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