"Given the close integration between the Savari stack and vehicle kinematics systems, the combined Swift and Savari solution will greatly improve system availability and position performance to V2X Applications for Automotive OEMs and Mobile Operators."
"We are excited to combine the power of our three companies to help create a platform framework for the insurance industry to meet nationwide Vision Zero initiatives," said Ravi Puvvala, CEO of Savari.
Ravi Puvvala, CEO, Savari, "With this partnership, we believe that most latency sensitive use cases can now be monitored and attested to the service level agreements of mobile operators."
This provides an assured, attested and forensically auditable solution for automotive OEMs, their fleet management and Mobility-as-a-Service providers (MaaS), and their global telecom partners as they introduce V2X solutions for autonomous transportation.
Accedian and Savari are installed today in MobiledgeX cloudlets in Munich, Germany, in St. Louis, United States, and in Montreal, Canada, for cross-carrier, federated and aggregated mission-critical safety applications requiring integration between multiple operator networks.
The partnership will focus on delivering quality of service to V2X edge applications, paving the way for a seamless approach to assuring quality for these applications deployed both in the cloud and at the edge that ingest large amounts of data from vulnerable road users, vehicles and road infrastructure.
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.
Savari and Accedian announce a strategic partnership to jointly manage the service level agreements of operators for V2X, for Auto OEMs, Cross-Carrier Mobile Operators, Road Owners and Fleet Providers.
Savari and Solace announce a strategic partnership to jointly enable seamless transition across cloud and edge computing, for Automotive OEMs, Mobile Operators, Tower Operators, and Road Operators.
For its part, MobiledgeX expects the partnership to help it clear fundamental edge-orchestration hurdles that are slowing wide use of cellular V2X technology.