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An introduction to Anbox Cloud

Anbox Cloud, Canonical’s recently launched platform, delivers Android at scale in the cloud. Leveraging Android as a guest operating system to virtualise mobile workloads on servers while streaming graphical output to clients, Anbox Cloud empowers innovators to create rich digital experiences on various mobile form factors. Delivered as self-hosted PaaS in the cloud or at the edge, Anbox Cloud addresses market needs pertaining to game streaming, enterprise mobile application management, Android app testing at scale, and value-added services for mobile 5G customers.

This webinar gives a broad overview of Anbox Cloud, covering product vision, value proposition, underlying technology stack, distribution channels and pricing model. Additional questions will be answered in detail by Galem Kayo, product manager for Anbox Cloud, in a live product Q&A session following the webinar presentation.
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