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MobiledgeX is a Silicon Valley software company, founded in January 2018, by Deutsche Telekom, the large German telecommunications services company. MobiledgeX is building an edge computing cloud services platform using resources contributed by mobile operators. In February 2019, MobiledgeX announced the first public mobile edge service running in Germany within the Deutsche Telekom infrastructure.. TELUS and SK Telecom have also announced plans to use MobiledgeX software
MobiledgeX automates the deployment of developer code on demand, near the point of use and provides API’s that let developers integrate with functions provided by cellular infrastructure, such as, user and location authentication, and collaboration with nearby users).
Notable app developers and device makers that have used MobiledgeX to demonstrate edge-based network performance gains include Niantic and Samsung.
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