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Wednesday 17 August 2022
Appier 2Q22 revenues hit record
AI-based SaaS (software as a service) developer Appier posted consolidated revenues of JPY4.4 billion (US$33.9 million) for the second quarter of 2022, the historically highest quarter level with a growth of 56% on year, according to the company.
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Tuesday 26 July 2022
SEA Startup Assembly 2022 bridges collaborations among ASEAN plus government startup agencies
Thailand's National Innovation Agency (NIA) has recently hosted the Southeast Asia Startup Assembly (SEASA 2022) in Bangkok under the theme "Open the Cities for Startup Opportunities among APEC Member Economies."
Wednesday 20 July 2022
Indian company offers POSIT solutions to fundamental HPC problems
Advanced computing is becoming an integral part of many verticals. Artificial intelligence (AI), high-performance computing (HPC), machine learning, graphics computing, and video processing applications are all demonstrating how to increase efficiency and productivity.
Monday 18 July 2022
Analog in-memory computing to boost efficiency in energy consumption and speed for AI applications: Q&A with TetraMem CEO Glenn Ge
TetraMem is a semiconductor startup based in Fremont, California. They utilize an in-memory computing (IMC) structure with proprietary computing memory device solutions to improve computing efficiency and power consumption while delivering high computing throughout multiple AI applications. DIGITIMES talked to TetraMem co-founder Glenn Ge to get a first-hand understanding of their innovation and their insights for future industry development.
Monday 18 July 2022
Web3 promising for startups, says AppWorks chairman
Fluctuations in stock markets and currency exchange rates have impacted venture capital investment in startups, but it is now the best time for entrepreneurs, with Web3 being a promising sector, according to Jamie Lin, chairman for AppWorks Venture.
Friday 15 July 2022
Interview: IoT startup UnaBiz acquires Sigfox and scales up operations in 73 countries
UnaBiz, massive Internet of Things (IoT) solution provider based in Singapore, Taiwan and Japan, became the owner of Sigfox in April, around four months after the French company began insolvency proceedings. UnaBiz has incorporated Sigfox assets, customers, and networks in France, Spain, and Portugal, into its French-registered subsidiaries UnaBiz SAS and UnaBiz Networks SAS.
Friday 15 July 2022
Allxon unveils SaaS-in-chip turnkey solution
Allxon, a startup engaged in development of Internet-connected edge devices management solutions, has unveiled a SaaS-in-chip turnkey solution that can help IC and industrial computer makers introduce out-of-band (OOB) technology for remotely controling and managing edge devices, according to company chairman Chen Hsuan-bin.
Thursday 14 July 2022
Indian EVs may use sodium-ion batteries in two years
EV makers generally prefer lithium-ion batteries now because they don't really have an alternative. According to Grand View Research, the global lithium-ion battery market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.1 percent from 2022 to 2030, backed by increasing consumption of rechargeable batteries in consumer electronics and a rise in the adoption of electric vehicles.
Wednesday 13 July 2022
Israeli OT Cybersecurity Startups (2): Siga elevates OT cybersecurity to 'Level Zero'
It is critical to have security systems in place that prevent any unauthorized personnel from gaining access to your company's system. If an attacker were able to, they could gain control over the victim's programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and all upper-level communication-based tools of the Purdue model. (For readers who are not familiar with the Purdue model, it is basically a model that helps to define the architecture of operational technologies (OT) and information technology (IT).)
Friday 8 July 2022
Fairy Devices puts an AI fairy on field workers' shoulders
Fairy Devices envisions a world where AI is given ears and hands and becomes a fairy to help connect humans from different countries. Its wireless AI-device Thinklet embodies the philosophy and helps shorten the geographical distance and remove the language barrier between field workers around the world.
Friday 8 July 2022
Indian startup offers software-based digital radio broadcast receiver
Radio has, for long, been an integral part of human life. But after several years of analog technology, the good old receiver that has benefitted generations is now turning digital. Many countries worldwide now mandate the use of digital radio broadcasting technology to take advantage of increased channels, better audio quality for long-distance reception, etc.
Wednesday 6 July 2022
Turn Cloud signs MOU with two Japanese firms
Turn Cloud Technology Service, a Taiwan-based startup developer of OMO (online merge with offline) total solutions for digital transformation of retail operations, has signed an MoU with Japan-based VINX and Hitachi Solutions for introducing its products and technology to retail store chains, hypermarkets and shopping centers in Japan and Southeast Asia, according to Taiwan's National Development Council (NDC).
Wednesday 6 July 2022
India moving towards CCS protocol: EV charging startup
India is steadily transitioning to EVs as more companies offer vehicles and charging infrastructure. But one issue that continues to remain a challenge is the lack of standardized charging protocol, according to EV Cosmos, a company that is rapidly expanding to offer EV chargers across the country.
Tuesday 5 July 2022
Unu Motors to roll out economical e-scooter and battery subscription in big European cities
E-mobility can be life-changing, especially when you live in big cities and getting stuck in traffic is your daily routine. Unu Motors (styled as unu) is providing a life-changing, time-saving solution to Europeans, starting in Berlin, Germany.
Friday 1 July 2022
Monitoring tools ensure machine learning models drive positive value: Aporia interview
In November 2021, Zillow, a US-based real estate online marketplace, announced it would terminate the practice of relying on algorithms to buy and sell houses. Thanks to the malfunctioned machine learning (ML) models, the company lost almost US$330 million in Q3 2021, according to its financial report.
Friday 1 July 2022
OwlTing enlists Dow Jones database to enhance blockchain transaction security
Taiwan-based blockchain services provider OwlTing has announced that its OwlPay platform has acquired a license for using Dow Jones Risk & Compliance database for strengthening the service's "know your customer" (KYC) processes and improving its risk management ability, according to company founder and CEO Darren Wang.