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AI as a service to solve your business problems? Guess again

Ralf Haller Contributor Share on Twitter Ralf Haller is the executive vice president of sales and sell at NNAISENSE. SaaS, PaaS- and now AIaaS: Managerial, forward-thinking business will attempt to provide patrons of all types with artificial intelligence-powered plug-and-play answers for myriad business problems. Industries of all types are embracing off-the-shelf AI answers. According to […]

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As 5G demand grows, Sitenna helps telcos find more cell tower locations, faster

The buildout of 5G systems continues apace, with wide-scale deployments across much of the developing countries. Yet, one of the largest challenges with closing the gaps in coverage maps are limitations on 5G transmissions. Because of the spectrum that 5G technology utilizes compared to 4G, telecom motorists need to install many times more towers to […]

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Stonehenge Technology Labs bags $2M, gives CPG companies one-touch access to metrics

Stonehenge Technology Labs wants buyer boxed goods companies to gain meaningful usage from all of the data they compile. It announced$ two million in grain funded for its STOPWATCH industry improvement software. The round was led by Irish Angels, with participation from Bread and Butter Ventures, Gaingels, Angeles Investors, Bonfire Ventures and Red Tail Venture […]

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Tuna raises $3M to address complexity of e-commerce payments in Latin America

Tuna is on a mission to ” fine tune ” the payments space in The countries of latin america and had given rise to two seed rounds totaling$ 3 million, led by Canary and by Atlantico. Alex Tabor, Paul Ascher and Juan Pascual gather each other on the engineering team of Peixe Urbano, a company […]

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How engineers fought the CAP theorem in the global war on latency

CockroachDB was intended to be a world database from the beginning. The founders of Cockroach Labs wanted to ensure that data written in one location would be viewable immediately in another location 10,000 miles away. The usage contingency was simple, but the employ needed to make it happen was herculean. The company is speculation the […]

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2U set to acquire non-profit edX for deal north of $600M

2U, a SaaS platform that helps non-profits and colleges run online universities, plans to acquire all the assets of Harvard and MIT-founded edX for a deal north of $600 million, according to multiple roots. 2U did not immediately respond to requests for comment, and its uncertain if this is an all-cash deal. The mixed forces-out […]

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Firstbase raises $13M to make remote work suck less

The chance that I am ever willing to commute on a regular basis again in the future is zero. It’s too wasteful. And while workers and employers are somewhat split on where they stand on the question of remote toil, the COVID-1 9 pandemic has permanently shaken up the working world; we’re not going back […]

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Laiye, China’s answer to UiPath, closes $50 million Series C+

Robotic process automation has become buzzy in the last few months. New York-based UiPath is on course to launch an initial public offering after gaining an astounding valuation of $35 billion in February. Over in China, homegrown RPA startup Laiye is obliging motions as well. Laiye, which develops software to simulated mundane workplace chores like […]

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Why one Databricks investor thinks the company may be undervalued

The recent Databricks money round, a $ 1 billion financing at a $28 billion valuation, was one of the year’s most notable private investments so far. For Databricks signaled its IPO readiness by disclosing to TechCrunch last year that it had scaled its income extended frequency from $200 million to $ 350 million in a […]

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Salesforce promotes former Vlocity CEO David Schmaier to president and CPO

Last year I penned a post positing that Salesforce’s propensity to purchase mature enterprise business not only specified new technology, but was also helping to produce a abundance of director talent. As though to prove my moment, the company announced today that it was promoting former Vlocity CEO David Schmaier to chairperson and principal commodity […]

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