Vehicle-to-Everything Solace and Savari partner to jointly enable seamless transition across cloud and edge computing
Savari, a Silicon Valley-based auto tech company and a pioneer of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X), and Solace, a leading enabler of real-time event-driven data streaming for enterprise computing, IoT and mobile applications have joined forces in an unexpected collaboration. Together, the companies set out to jointly enable seamless transition across cloud and edge computing.
Solace and Savari have entered a strategic partnership to take advantage of ultra-low latency communication across large geographic areas. The companies' solutions are now jointly deployed in Munich (Germany), St. Louis, MO (USA), and Montreal (Canada) on MobiledgeX Cloudlets for cross-carrier, federated, and aggregated mission-critical safety applications requiring integration between multiple operator Radio Access Networks.
World-leading vehicle manufacturers already use Solace's PubSub+ platform
By utilizing Solace PubSub+, Savari's edge applications can ingest large amounts of data from vulnerable road users, vehicles, and road infrastructure, thereby enabling a truly connected and seamless V2X experience in the cloud and on the mobile edge.
Collaborative and intelligent transport networks hinge on the efficient, reliable, and real-time distribution of data between cars, other road users, infrastructure, and applications. With its complete event streaming and management platform, Solace PubSub+ Platform, Solace is uniquely qualified to meet that need.
In a press release, Paul Fitzpatrick, Solace's Chief Business Development Officer, said: "PubSub+ has proven ability to meet the demand of high-volume connected vehicle initiatives that link tens of millions of vehicles with cloud and on-premises systems. We're excited to partner with Savari to accelerate the potential of supporting low-latency applications in the core and the edge,
"Our partnership with Savari will accelerate the deployment of safety-critical applications across large geographic areas. Some of the world's leading vehicle manufacturers in North America, Europe, and China use Savari's in-vehicle software."
Also Ravi Puvvala, CEO of Savari, Inc., commented on Savari and Solace's collaboration in the press release:
"Savari's expertise in C-V2X in-vehicle software and infrastructure platforms put us in a great position to look at the V2X landscape in a holistic way and deliver value to our auto OEM customers. By partnering with Solace, we believe that most latency-sensitive use cases can now be addressed using conventional cellular networks,