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Vuzix Corporation | January 30, 2023
Vuzix Corporation, a premier supplier of smart glasses and AR technology, announced growing demand for its products from telecom service providers for low-latency remote support over 4G and 5G networks. The need for telecom companies to cut down on customer wait times and service outages is a big reason for this rising demand.
Vuzix has gotten orders for remote support in the mid-six-figure range, which will improve collaboration, productivity, and customer satisfaction. When telecom service providers use Vuzix smart glasses, customers both inside and outside of the company can use them. When telecom service providers use Vuzix smart glasses, it can cut down on the need for in-person visits, lower operational costs, and make the business run more efficiently. It makes it easier for remote experts to stream live video in real time, record it, and let other people use smart glasses to augment it.
The CEO of Vuzix says they are dealing with major telecom companies, and these orders are just the beginning of the demand in this vertical. Vuzix has a wide range of wearable, high-performance devices, such as the M-Series smart glasses and the waveguide-based see-through smart glasses, which are among the best on the market. Vuzix is set up to become a key supplier of cutting-edge technology as the need for telecom service providers to improve customer service grows.
About Vuzix Corporation
Vuzix is a leading provider of smart glasses and augmented reality (AR) products and technologies for the consumer, enterprise, defense, and industrial markets. It offers wearable computing devices for high-quality viewing, mobility solutions, and virtual/augmented reality. The company holds over 200 patents and has won numerous awards for innovation, including at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from 2005 to 2022. Vuzix is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: VUZI) with offices in Tokyo, Japan; Rochester, NY and, Oxford, UK.
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WatchGuard Technologies | February 21, 2023
On February 20, 2023, WatchGuard Technologies released a line of tabletop firewall appliances for remote and distributed businesses called the Firebox T25/T25-W, T45/T45-POE/T45-W-POE, and T85-POE. They are part of the Unified Security Platform architecture of WatchGuard Cloud and can be managed from a distance.
These devices offer secure solutions for small offices, home offices, retail settings, and remote users, with little network configuration and management needed. Different devices have different throughput and port options to meet the needs of different businesses.
Ryan Poutre, product manager at WatchGuard Technologies, said, "Attackers pose advanced and sophisticated threats to IT environments of all sizes and types, but SMBs and branch offices usually don't have dedicated technical staff to install, configure, and manage network security appliances." He also said, "This new generation of fireboxes takes full advantage of our unified security platform architecture." This lets MSPs offer the strong solutions and easy management they need to meet the needs of a wide range of customers and deployment scenarios."
The Fireboxes are made to help managed service providers offer a simple, reliable solution to a wide range of customers and deployment scenarios.
About WatchGuard Technologies
WatchGuard Technologies is a globally recognized leader in providing award-winning products and services with a focus on network security, endpoint security, secure Wi-Fi, multi-factor authentication, and network intelligence. With over 18,000 security resellers and service providers and 250,000 trusted customers worldwide, the company aims to offer enterprise-grade security that is simple and accessible to businesses of all types and sizes. WatchGuard Technologies was started in 1996 and has its main office in Seattle, Washington. It also has offices in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America to serve the needs of midmarket businesses and distributed enterprises.
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Tyan | January 18, 2023
Tyan, a subsidiary of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation, has released 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor-based server platforms with built-in accelerators to improve performance across the fastest-growing workloads in analytics, AI, cloud, storage, and HPC. Tyan's new server platforms leverage the 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor's advanced core and memory technologies for peak performance and optimized power efficiency, while utilizing built-in accelerators to further reduce the time it takes to run complex AI and analytics.
The new platforms support DDR5, PCIe 5.0, and Compute Express Link 1.1. They are also designed to speed up performance for a wide range of workloads, such as high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and data analytics. Tyan's 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable server platforms are equipped with the latest cutting-edge technologies and accelerators, such as DDR5, PCIe 5.0, and Compute Express Link 1.1, to provide users with enhanced performance.
Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s Server Infrastructure Business Unit, said, “Greater availability of new technology like 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors continues to drive the changes in the business landscape.” He further added, “The advances in TYAN’s new portfolio of server platforms with features such as DDR5, PCIe 5.0, and Compute Express Link 1.1 are bringing high levels of compute power within reach of smaller organizations and data centers.”
Tyan's new server platforms are built for smaller HPC workloads that need large computing power at the deskside and are ideal for high-performance in-memory computing and virtualization applications. The platforms also feature built-in accelerators to increase efficiency for the fastest growing workloads such as AI, analytics, cloud storage, and HPC.
TYAN is a company that designs, manufactures, and markets advanced x86 server and workstation platforms. They have design and engineering centers in the U.S., China, and Taiwan and offer highly stable, space-efficient products that are attractive to OEMs and system integrators. Engineers at TYAN are in a good position to help customers come up with custom solutions that meet their needs. They provide scalable, highly integrated, and reliable platforms for a range of applications and are known for their time-to-market strategies and cutting-edge engineering processes.