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Using Redis Face Training Data

August 11th, 2020

What we want to accomplish is to use Redis to store the face training images that get uploaded to the centralized Face Training Server, and make them available to the Face Recognition process on each instance of a Computer Vision Server.

Bruce Armstrong

How MobiledgeX Helped Slavic Monsters During the First GSMA TEC Trial

July 13th, 2020

The race to provide the future of edge computing is being led by an inspired initiative called the GSMA Telco Edge Cloud (TEC). TEC creates and launches global edge computing services that are being proven to provide businesses, developers, and gamers with an open, global, and federated solution from Telco networks.

Wonho Park

Computer Vision WebSocket Support

April 22nd, 2020

We recently upgraded our Android MobiledgeX SDK Demo from using Persistent TCP to a Websocket implementation. Let's learn about the benefits of using Websocket for your implementation.

Bruce Armstrong

Multi-Container Applications

February 11th, 2020

Learn how the Android MobiledgeX SDK Demo is architected using multi-containers that are hosted both on the MobiledgeX Edge infrastructure and public cloud.

Bruce Armstrong

Converting P2P Application to Client-Server

January 31st, 2020

Peer to Peer apps are built to optimize for local low latency situations. Edge Computing offers the same benefit and more, but using client-server architecture. Learn more about why it's worth converting to client-server.

Franklin Huang

Computer Vision Persistent TCP Connection

January 14th, 2020

We recently upgraded our Android MobiledgeX SDK Demo from using REST API Calls to a Persistent TCP implementation. Let's learn about the benefits of using Persistent TCP for your implementation.

Bruce Armstrong

Cloudlet Infrastructure Explained

February 4th, 2019

Knowing a little about modern infrastructure makes it a lot easier to understand where MobiledgeX fits in and creates value. Let's talk through the components

Rolf Muralt