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TeamViewer | February 03, 2023
TeamViewer, a renowned provider of remote connectivity and workplace digitalization solutions, is streamlining remote support at the major consumer products and adhesives company, Henkel's IT department. The Düsseldorf-based firm was able to simplify and improve its worldwide internal IT support thanks to the secure corporate connectivity suite TeamViewer Tensor.
With TeamViewer, IT professionals at Henkel can now connect to all of their employees' devices, including smartphones, tablets and laptops (a total of 60,000 devices worldwide), irrespective of manufacturer or operating system. Its simple deployment on devices and seamless integration with Henkel's current IT infrastructure, including connections to ServiceNow, Microsoft Azure, and Jamf, among others, were key factors in the decision for TeamViewer.
In addition, TeamViewer's solution adheres to all industry-standard security features, including end-to-end encryption, scalable and flexible rights management, and single sign-on.
TeamViewer's President, Americas, Patty Nagle, commented, "We have tailored TeamViewer Tensor specifically to the requirements of corporations. The solution can be scaled as required and makes it possible to access devices and machines quickly and easily from anywhere and at any time, in order provide support and maintenance. In times of mobile working, skills shortages and digital transformation at all levels of the value chain, this is a real game changer for IT departments."
TeamViewer Headquartered in Göppingen, Baden-Württemberg, is a global technology firm that provides a connectivity platform for remotely accessing, controlling, managing, monitoring, and repairing devices of all types, ranging from laptops and mobile phones to industrial machinery and robots. While being free for personal use, it has over 625,000 users and helps businesses of all sizes and sectors digitalize their business-critical processes through seamless connectivity. Since the company's inception in 2005, TeamViewer software has been deployed on more than 2.5 billion devices worldwide. The firm employs over 1,500 people globally and has achieved billings worth EUR 548 million in 2021.
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Elliptic Labs | February 27, 2023
Today, Elliptic Labs, the industry leader in AI Virtual Smart Sensors, announced the launch of 100% software-only AI Virtual Human Presence Sensor on numerous Lenovo ThinkPad X and T Series laptops. This launch includes the Lenovo ThinkPad T14s, T14, T16 Gen 4, X13 Yoga Gen 4 and X13 Gen 4,. The X13 Yoga Gen 4 will run Intel exclusively, while the other laptops will use the latest Intel and AMD chipsets (both AMD and Intel are Elliptic Labs’ partners).
Laila Danielsen, CEO of Elliptic Labs, said, “We are excited that Lenovo is using our 100% software-based AI Virtual Human Presence Sensors broadly across so many of their laptop models. This significant launch is further proof of the scalability, power, and value of our AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform. She added, “Our extensive deployment of the AI software platform is advancing us towards our vision of making all devices to become smarter, more user-friendly, and environmentally sustainable.”
(Source – Businesswire)
Elliptic Labs' AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform uses small footprint machine learning networks, ultrasound, and sensor fusion to create AI Virtual Smart Sensors providing high-performing, frictionless user experiences at scale. Its launch shows that the largest PC manufacturers are validating and choosing the AI Virtual Human Presence Sensors.
Elliptic Labs' AI Virtual Human Presence Sensor recognizes a PC/laptop user in front of it. This enables the gadget sleep, in absence of a user, saving power, and thus preventing unauthorized access. Human presence detection is becoming a core component in the PC/laptop market; however only high-end systems have dedicated hardware presence sensors due to risk, cost, and design limits. Elliptic Labs' software-only AI Virtual Human Presence Sensor provides robust human-presence detection that OEMs can simply and economically integrate into a wide range of devices.
About Elliptic Labs
Elliptic Labs, founded in 2006, creates AI Virtual Smart Sensors that identify people and their surroundings. It targets smartphones, computers, IoT, and automobiles worldwide. The company's unique ultrasonic, AI, and sensor fusion software provides intuitive 3D proximity, gesture, breathing, presence, and heartbeat detection. Their scalable AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform develops sustainable, human-friendly software-only sensors for hundreds of millions of products. Only Elliptic Labs has scaled detection capabilities employing ultrasound, AI software and sensor fusion. Norway-based Elliptic Laboratories operates in the US, China, South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan. AI Virtual Smart Sensor, AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform and AI Virtual Human Presence Sensor, are trademarks of Elliptic Labs.
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Gcore | January 19, 2023
Gcore, a European company that makes high-performance, low-latency, international cloud and edge solutions, has released Gcore Basic, a low-cost solution made for webmasters, developers, and people who do things for fun. Webmasters, developers, and hobbyists can use Gcore Basic to access a wide range of services and features that are designed to make their applications run as well as possible.
Gcore Basic, which starts at €5 per month, provides a compute instance on a shared virtual machine for running light web servers and microservices. It includes free DDoS protection and can be deployed in just a few minutes. Gcore Basic includes several add-ons, such as managed databases, object storage, and security services.
Director of Edge Cloud Stream at Gcore, Seva Vayner, commented, "Gcore Basic brings low-latency, high-performance computing within reach of everyone." They added, "From €5 per month, Gcore Basic is a place where aspiring programmers can learn their craft, where developers can run pet projects, proof of concepts, and test environments; and where aspiring entrepreneurs can build out online services." Seva Vayner said, "With Gcore Basic running on our cloud infrastructure, customers can scale up and deploy additional services as and when required—for instance, adding extra resources to handle significant leaps in traffic."
It will first launch Gcore Basic at its Amsterdam location. The service will soon be available in the United States, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Frankfurt, giving Gcore a second location in Europe. By making Gcore Basic available in more than one place, customers can put their services closer to their customers, which will speed things up and cut down on latency.
Gcore is a company that helps provide powerful edge and cloud solutions for the media and entertainment industries. They are headquartered in Luxembourg and have offices in several other countries, including Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Cyprus, and Georgia. It works for clients such as government agencies, TEDx, Wargaming, and Avast. They have a large global IT infrastructure spread across six continents and is made up of over 150 points of presence in reliable data centers.