Tata Communications unveils automated computing platform CloudLyte | Autocar Professional


Tata Communications today unveiled its fully automated computing platform CloudLyte. It is an end to end solution encompassing edge infrastructure alongside platform, network and managed services, with up time assurance and can be used across sectors such as automotive, manufacturing etc. 

Through its unique ‘solution in a box’ approach, Tata Communications CloudLyte provides enterprises with the platform, infrastructure, network, managed services, and the use case – as a comprehensive unified offering. ‘Solution in a box’ enables enterprises with swift deployment (within minutes), and effortless scaling as required, thus futureproofing investments.

With real time inferencing and auto scaling, the platform seamlessly extends cloud capabilities to the edge, bringing in the agility and flexibility of the cloud. Tata Communications CloudLyte also manages edge resources centrally for a seamless experience and has built-in security with features like zero-trust architecture and layered defences — simplifying enterprise operations, maximizing efficiency, and driving business growth.

“By bringing the cloud experience to edge, Tata Communications CloudLyte allows global enterprises to harness the full potential of cloud through a well-integrated cloud fabric. From AI-driven predictive maintenance to retail analytics, the potential is limitless,” said Neelakantan Venkataraman, Vice President and Global Head – Cloud and Edge Business, Tata Communications. 

Kerem Arsal, Senior Principal Analyst, Omdia said, “Tata Communications CloudLyte fills a significant gap in the edge market with its infrastructure- and cloud-agnostic approach to computing, and its ability to support a wide range of access networks for connectivity, such as SD-WAN, Private 5G, and Wi-Fi.


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