Rafay and Edge Gravity by Ericsson at MWC 2019

Edge computing is a fundamental shift that is happening in our industry right now. It is driven by all the applications that are super low-latency, interactive and personalized. These applications, to be effective, need compute to be operated closer to users and endpoints. This

Rafay Systems and Edgegap Arbitrium Improve Performance for Gamers

Joint Solution to be Demonstrated at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona

To Engage Customers Online, You Need an Uber-like App Infrastructure

If you have ever hailed a ride through the Uber app and waited for the car to arrive, you may have found Uber’s ability to deliver highly accurate and near real-time updates of the arriving car’s location on a map very useful. Delivering this highly responsive and engaging

Bizety calls Rafay a Cool Startup

Bizety.com is a leading source of news and analysis on Content Delivery Network Infrastructure. We are honored they covered Rafay Systems in a recent article "Cool Startup – Rafay Systems Introduces CDN for Microservices".

Sunnyvale, California - based Rafay Systems has recently

Cognitive Cameras on the Edge

This blog was first published on LinkedIn.

Tracking widgets along an assembly line using cameras, or tracking virtually anything using video analysis, can leverage the edge to great effect writes John Dilley, Chief Architect at Rafay Systems, in his latest blog.

Imagine a

My Edgy Predictions for 2019

This blog was originally published on Medium.

We recently celebrated Rafay’s one-year anniversary, and our amazing team continues to blaze new trails. In this short time, we have exceeded our own aggressive goals by delivering a working product and successful customer trials!

Edge AI Summit with Haseeb Budhani, Co-founder & CEO: Rafay Systems

This interview with Haseeb Budhani, CEO and Co-Founder of Rafay Systems, was conducted by the Edge AI Summit in advance of their December 11, 2018 conference in San Francisco. 

At the Edge AI Summit next month, you will be presenting a presentation titled ‘What is an Edge and

When Deploying Apps Closer To Endpoints, The Obvious Isn't So Obvious

This blog posting originally appeared in the Forbes Technology Council.

Creating a network of edges is a much harder problem than it appears. I know because I talk with enterprise and service providers every day about this challenge.

I've seen numerous press stories recently on

Serverless & Functions  -  Not One And The Same

This blog was originally published in Hackernoon.

When you see or hear the word “serverless,” which of the following comes to mind:

  1. AWS Lambda@Edge
  2. Cloudflare Workers
  3. Physical servers whimsically flying out of a data center

If you picked (3), you may be on the wrong website.

You’re Already Using the Edge (and may not know it)

It’s hard to not read a tech article these days without seeing something about Edge Computing. It reminds me of the hype around “The Cloud” in 2009, including the confusion about what the “cloud” was useful for.  What seems to be missing now is a good explanation of what the