Eurotech, a provider of edge computing platforms and IoT enablement solutions, has joined Arm’s Project Cassini.
Project Cassini is an open, collaborative, and standards-based initiative which aims to deliver a cloud-native software experience across a secure Arm edge ecosystem.
Eurotech will bring its vast experience in edge computing to Project Cassini.
Giuseppe Surace, CP&MO of Eurotech, says:
“We are honoured to be a part of the Project Cassini ecosystem and work with the industry leader Arm.
The tested and validated integration of Eurotech’s IoT Edge building blocks perfectly fits the final goal of Project Cassini, ensuring that customers can leverage the full benefits of proven edge technology, readily available for demanding applications”.
Eurotech has been active for almost three decades across both hardware and software. Aside from producing software to address challenges faced across verticals with IoT deployments, the company also manufactures–rugged and industrial-grade embedded boards and systems.
Mohamed Awad, Vice President of IoT Business at Arm, comments:
“Project Cassini is designed to unleash edge compute innovation by accelerating the deployment of workload-optimized Arm-based platforms.
Incorporating Eurotech’s expertise in embedded and industrial systems is another step forward in delivering the Project Cassini vision of enabling cloud-native software across a diverse and secure edge ecosystem.”
One of Eurotech’s flagship solutions is its IoT Edge Framework Everyware Software Framework (ESF) which is a high-level, multi-platform, and flexible application development environment for edge computers and IoT gateways.
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