Healthcare IT News June 18, 2024
Andrea Fox

The Margo initiative is developing an open standard to scale data exchange across multi-vendor environments and help organizations automate interoperability with edge applications, devices and software.

A consortium including Microsoft, Rockwell Automation, Siemens and others under the Joint Development Foundation, part of the Linux Foundation, is inviting peers to join the Margo initiative and contribute to building an effective interoperability standard that speeds up digital transformation.

WHY IT MATTERS

San Francisco-based Zededa, the edge computing firm serving multiple sectors, is the most recent to join the interoperability open standard effort.

From the Latin word for edge, Margo seeks to scale data exchange across multi-vendor environments by unlocking barriers to innovation.

The company, which leverages the open-source EVE from LF Edge...

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