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Intel Network Builders awards Titanium Level recognition to the edge computing startup Nearby Computing

Barcelona, Spain, 23 November 2021
Intel® Network Builders Winners’ Circle 2021

R “Each year, the Intel Network Builders Program recognises industry lead- ers. We are pleased to count Nearby Computing as a Titanium Levelpartner in the 2021 Winners’ Circle program”, said Keate Despain, IntelNetwork Builders Director.

R For the second year in a row, Nearby Computing receives the highest award from Intel Networks Builders, maintaining its status among an elite group of IT companies.

R Nearby Computing, born in 2018 as a spin-off at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, is one of the very few European startups receiving this im- portant award.

Nearby Computing, provider of the edge computing orchestration solution NearbyOne, has been recognised as Titanium Level, the highest level in the Intel Network Build- ers Winners’ Circle program. This recognition positions Nearby Computing at the same level amongst the premier companies in the class. [See link Intel® Network Builders Winners’ Circle 2021] This recognition also drives Nearby Computing to be one of the very few European startups that receive this kind of honor, for the second year in a row. This award is dedicated to Intel network partners that have been working to accelerate network transformation by optimizing their solutions on Intel technology.
“This is an honour to be recognised for the second year in a row. This reflects our long- term partnership with Intel and commitment to work together within the ecosystem to encourage the adoption of Edge Computing as a mainstay of both Telco and Enterprise environments.”
Josep Martí
ceo nearby
Nearby One is the flagship product from Nearby Computing, providing edge orchestra- tion solutions designed to address the three main challenges of any edge computing deployment: Infrastructure, Network functions and Applications. Nearby Computing has proved its leadership in addressing the need for flexibility to con- trol the operational cost when deploying edge computing services, both from an MNO or an enterprise perspective.
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