Pixeom, a software-defined edge computing startup, has secured $15 million capital funding led by Intel Capital, National Grid Partners and others. The company will use the influx of funds to continue scaling and deliver its edge computing enterprise software platform. Previous investors include Samsung Catalyst Fund.
As Pixeom founder and CEO Sam Nagar put it, the new funding will be used as growth capital to augment the company’s client base in areas such as energy, telecom, manufacturing, etc.
The company boasts over a million installations of our software by dozens of Fortune 500 companies.
Pixeom is said to deliver all the power of the cloud with the speed of on-premise edge computing, running a suite of recreated edge-compatible versions of services found in public clouds like Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, or Microsoft Azure, with matching APIs.