Edge-computing firm StackPath announced that The Tech Tribune has recognize it as the No.1 best tech startup in Dallas and one of the top five tech startups as a whole in Texas state for 2021. After this rank, StackPath is the achiever of these same awards for last four consecutive years.
The Tech Tribune looks for various factors including but not limited to revenue potential, market traction, competitive differentiation and funding.
The Tech Tribune Editor-In-Chief, Rafael Melvin said “We’ve selected StackPath as the #1 best tech startup in Dallas and as a top 5 tech startup in Texas for all four years since our inception, and for good reason.” StackPath succeeded to raise $396M in total funding to date.
“The StackPath team has shown a strong and consistent brand, demonstrating quantifiable growth year over year. Their product offerings remain top tier in a highly competitive industry, city and state. They also continue to retain extremely active, responsive and nimble leadership. Their success is even more impressive considering they only launched in late 2016, granting us the pleasure of many more years in which we expect to recognize their excellence.”
CEO of StackPath, Kip Turco said, “Edge compute and edge applications are creating all new advantages for Internet-centric workloads.” He added, “We are proud to be building this world-changing technology in Dallas, in Texas and grateful to be recognized for this award for a fourth consecutive year.”
The concept of edge computing has baffled the trend as actual solutions were seen as slower to materialize. StackPath offers complete package of compute products at edge locations that includes virtual machines (VMs), containers, serverless and leading edge services like content delivery network (CDN) and web application firewall (WAF).
StackPath edge compute has an honor to connect the system to end users in 2.6x faster speed compared to the competing cloud compute.