Edge infrastructure company Sunlight.io is participating in the 5G Open Innovation Lab’s Fall programme along with three new corporate partners and fifteen start-ups.
The 5G Open Innovation Lab is a collaborative ecosystem focused on development between start-ups, industry leaders, and investors. It supports start-ups in achieving their goals and building innovative technologies.
Since its beginnings in 2020, the Lab has attracted partners such as Dell Technologies, Intel, Microsoft, T-Mobile, and many more. It has also recruited more than 80 multi-stage enterprise start-ups with a combined total of £1.06 billion in venture capital.
Julian Chesterfield, CEO of Sunlight.io, said: “Only a relatively small number of start-ups are invited to join each batch, so we’re delighted to have been asked to be a part of the Fall program.”
Sunlight.io hopes to help shape the development of 5G technology through its place on the programme.
“The highly distributed and resource-constrained nature of edge computing requires an entirely different infrastructure platform to deploy efficiently at scale – that’s where we’ve focused our innovation and how we will support corporate and start-up partners looking to transform the future of enterprise edge computing,” added Chesterfield.
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