HomeNewsMobiledgeX and Savari partner to advance C-V2X to the mobile edge

    MobiledgeX and Savari partner to advance C-V2X to the mobile edge


    They plan to develop the tech for use by the public sector, cross-border, cross-carrier, and 5G edge fleet management.

    MobiledgeX was founded by Deutsche Telekom to help the telecom operators use and offer cross-carrier edge computing services and capabilities.

    Savari is a Silicon Valley-based auto tech company that pioneers Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications technology for smart infrastructure.

    Strategic partnership

    The strategic partnership to intended to let them jointly enable Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) use cases for car makers, fleet management, and mobility-as-a-service partners, enabling deployment of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) solutions in operators’ and enterprises’ networks.

    When coupled with MobiledgeX’s other partnerships, that involve monitoring and observability, Savari can deliver mission-critical ADAS applications faster and with greater security and governance across globally distributed public and private 4G LTE and 5G networks.

    Greater safety

    Connected vehicle solutions include V2X use cases for safety, mobility and allows electric vehicles to communicate with the grid, Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G).

    Savari platforms powered by the Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X chipset have recently achieved European Union’ Radio Equipment Directive (RED) certification.

    Public cloud services present a series of governance, risk, and compliance challenges to governments seeking greater assurance in quality of service orchestration at the edge for purposes such as car makers progressing the deployment of semi-autonomous and autonomous fleets.

    Ravi Puvvala, CEO, Savari, said, “MobiledgeX’s collaboration with GSMA, brings us one step closer to our core 5GAA mission of making roads safer and smarter in a cost-effective manner.

    “We aim to do that by deploying edge and targeted AI applications for our customers that leverage conventional V2X data as well as data from other onboard perception systems.”