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Oracle | February 03, 2022
Oracle announced a one-million-dollar support for tech startups in Africa to assist them in accelerating their digital activities by leveraging the latest cloud technologies and business tools. Over the next two years, led by Oracle for startups, they will provide additional resources and assistance to technology startups across Africa.
As a part of the initiative, 100 startups will receive cloud credits worth up to USD 10,000. In addition, startups will also receive hands-on tech...
computerweekly.com | March 27, 2020
The company said during its online Huawei Cloud developer today that the new investment will be used to fund programmes for universities, startups, developers and partners to build talent, access cloud resources and conduct research and development (R&D).
Huawei’s software partners, for example, can look forward to financial support totalling RMB600m (US$84.4m), including a one-off R&D subsidy of RMB300m ($42.4m) and cloud resources worth RMB300m.The company already counts s...
Lightbits | August 02, 2022
Lightbits, the first software-defined NVMe data platform for any cloud, today announced a preview of Lightbits on Amazon Web Services (AWS). When used with Amazon Storage Optimized Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances that leverage Intel Xeon Scalable processors with built-in AI accelerators or AWS Graviton, Lightbits delivers enterprise-grade, resilient block storage that is easy to use and provides greater cost-efficiency compared to other cloud-based block storage solutions. It offers...
Informatica | April 20, 2021
According to Tony Frey, vice-president and general manager for Asia-Pacific and Japan, the tech provider agreed to concentrate its staff and operations around the country in the main markets of Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Tokyo in 2020.
Frey described the move, which went into effect in the third quarter of last year, as a significant change that would enable Informatica to scale to the next level. “As a company, we are not as big as Microsoft, and scaling and continui...
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