WHERE IS
THE EDGE,
ANYWAY?
The edge will go so far out into the woods,
you can hear the sasquatch scream.
If you ask a cloud company, they tell you the edge is their multi-billion dollar collection of server farms. A content delivery network (CDN) provider says it's their hundreds of points of presence. Wireless carriers will try to convince you it's their tens of thousands of macrocell and picocell sites.

At EDJX, we say the edge is anywhere and everywhere, a thousand feet away from you at all times. We believe computing needs to become ubiquitous, like electricity, to power billions of connected devices.

THE CLOUD

WON'T KEEP UP

Today's hyperscale cloud data centers are modern marvels, but they're a bad fit for the era of connected things.

The scale of connected devices and the growth of data generated in this next technological phase is almost unimaginable. There isn't enough bandwidth on the planet to haul the volume of usable edge data back to the cloud, and there never will be.

A NEW

BEGINNING

Meeting the scale challenge of the edge requires reimagining the architecture of the Internet. Creating new tools and systems to enable developers to create and manage apps that are truly planet-scale.

That's why we're building a new kind of cloud at the near-edge, within the last thousand feet to billions of connected people, devices, and things.

Our vision is the largest edge computing network ever conceived. Millions of edge nodes will be available in close proximity to all the things to offload data processing. Real-time processing at the edge, refined data in the cloud.
WHO'S BEHIND THIS?
We're a diverse team of technology experts and entrepreneurs.
John Cowan
Delano Seymour
Chief Architect
@dcomputaguy
James Thomason
Mike Preston
CFO
Denis Sabourin
CMO
Brad Kirby
VP, Business Development
@BradKirby8
Vipin Sharma
VP - Engineering, GM - India
Adam Heller
Lead UX Architect
INVESTORS AND ADVISORS
EDJX is supported by respected thought leaders and industry experts.
Mitch Mumma
Steve Vetter
JiNan Glasgow George
Dean Nelson
Denis Sabourin
Don Ferguson