SASE market hits $8.4bn for 2023 with Zscaler top of the charts

The secure access service edge (SASE) market broke the $8 billion (£6.27bn) revenue barrier in 2023, according to Dell’Oro Group – a marker the industry analyst has described as a ‘significant milestone.’

The sector topped out at $8.4bn for 2023, at a 31% growth rate. From that overall revenue marker, the SSE (secure service edge) segment of the SASE market was at more than $4bn, with the SD-WAN segment surpassing $3bn, although at a slower growth rate than the previous...

Gcore launches FastEdge, a ‘revolutionary’ serverless edge computing product

Gcore, the international cloud, AI and edge solutions provider, has launched FastEdge, a cutting-edge serverless product revolutionising application deployment and performance.

Designed for cloud-native development, FastEdge is a low-latency, high-performance solution for creating responsive and personalised applications without the complexities of server management.

FastEdge offers serverless edge execution, leveraging Gcore's expertise in cloud technology, AI and...

Kyndryl introduces security edge services with Cisco

Technology infrastructure services provider, Kyndryl has unveiled two new security edge services developed jointly with Cisco to help customers improve their security controls and proactively address and respond to cyber incidents.  

The new security edge services introduced by Kyndryl are: 

Kyndryl Consult Security Services Edge (SSE) with Cisco Secure Access - designed to provide a modular and unified approach for consulting and implementing a SSE architecture...

Buoyant and SUSE expand partnership to provide secure edge computing deployments

Buoyant, creator of the open source, Rust-based Linkerd service mesh, has expanded its partnership with SUSE, the company behind SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE), Rancher and NeuVector and a specialist in enterprise open source solutions, to expand interoperability and security in edge environments.

Together with SUSE Edge, Buoyant will implement mesh expansion capabilities to the service mesh that will be available in early 2024. 

As an increasingly important part of the...

Cybersecurity for edge computing

Opportunities for edge computing in different industries are developing and adopting edge-native cybersecurity solutions should be integral.

As businesses strive to remain competitive and drive growth through digital transformation, enterprises increasingly incorporate edge computing into their operations.

The potential of edge computing as a catalyst for digital transformation is significant – the capability of edge computing to distribute applications and data to...

Avassa and Axiomatics team up for edge authorisation solution

Authorisation Password

Edge orchestration provider Avassa has teamed up with authorisation specialist Axiomatics to bring efficient authorisation solutions to edge environments.

The two companies have developed a solution that allows organisations to implement a zero-trust philosophy to their edge networks without the complexities of managing a large number of devices.

Combining Avassa’s edge orchestration solutions with Axiomatics’ attribute-based access control (ABAC) platform, the...

Intel’s new RealSense ID system uses on-device AI for facial authentication

Intel has debuted a new camera system called RealSense ID which uses on-device AI for facial authentication.

RealSense ID is designed for a range of applications including smart locks, access control, point-of-sale, ATMs, kiosks, and more.

An on-device active depth sensor is combined with a neural network to perform secure facial authentication at the edge.

Sagi Ben Moshe, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Emerging Growth and Incubation at...

Akamai bolsters its edge security offerings with Asavie acquisition

Akamai is bolstering its edge security offerings with the acquisition of Irish tech firm Asavie.

Asavie specialises in mobile, IoT, and security solutions. The company’s clients include the likes of AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft, Samsung, Vodafone, and Telefonica.

Dr Tom Leighton, CEO and Co-Founder of Akamai, said:

“We believe the addition of Asavie will help Akamai’s carrier partners address enterprise and mid-market customer demand for IoT and mobile...