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ZEDCloud is a SaaS-based orchestration portal for edge computing. It simplifies deployment & management of edge solutions at scale, delivering remote visibility, control & security for edge computing deployments, with the freedom of deploying & managing any app on any hardware at scale & connecting to any cloud or on-premises systems. The built in app marketplace enables OEMs & End Users to build tailored solutions. ZEDCloud is enabled by EVE-OS, (open edge computing engine developed within LF Edge as part of the Linux Foundation), to simplify the development, orchestration & security of cloud-native applications on any hardware. EVE-OS supports any combination of containers, Kubernetes clusters, & VMs to create a flexible foundation for customers to avoid vendor lock-in, consolidate workloads & future-proof edge deployments.
When was Zededa founded?
Zededa was founded in 2016.
Where is Zededa's headquarters?
Zededa's headquarters is located at 160 W Santa Clara Street, San Jose.
What is Zededa's latest funding round?
Zededa's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator.
How much did Zededa raise?
Zededa raised a total of $57.56M.
Who are the investors of Zededa?
Investors of Zededa include 5G Open Innovation Lab, Almaz Capital Partners, Lux Capital, Energize Ventures, Juniper Networks and 12 more.
Who are Zededa's competitors?
Competitors of Zededa include Sunlight, Nozomi Networks, VMware, Menlo Microsystems, Ayla Networks, Omni-ID, Alef, Everactive, IoTium, Nebbiolo Technologies and 30 more.
What products does Zededa offer?
Zededa's products include ZEDCloud.
Who are Zededa's customers?
Customers of Zededa include BOBST.
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