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MORAI to Introduce Cloud-Enabled Autonomous Driving Simulation Technology at CES 2022

MORAI | January 03, 2022

MORAI, the principal creator of full-stack autonomous driving simulation technology, declared today that it will reveal MORAI SIM Cloud, which leverages the cloud to build a wide range of simulation ecosystems without hardware limitations and allows simultaneous testing, at CES 2022.

MORAI SIM Cloud is the Software as a Service (SaaS) application of the prevalent MORAI autonomous driving simulator, MORAI SIM, that will enable users to execute simulation tests in the cloud environment without the the need for any software installation on their local computers. The cloud-enabled process will play a major role in improving test efficiency as it allows users to run a plethora of simulation tests demanding multiple computers to run on a single computer concurrently.

MORAI SIM Cloud will also provide a test automation feature, which automatically allocates test cases in a cloud environment to execute tests and generate ultimate results.

"Based on the cloud-based simulation technology, we announce Cloud-based Autonomous Driving Simutation Technology at  CES 2022.  MORAI will dynamically expand domestic and global business opportunities. We will also use in-person engagement at this year's CES as a prospect to further build global partnerships and actively engage in sharing autonomous driving simulation technologies."

- Jiwon Jung CEO of MORAI

MORAI is the only creator and distributor of a full-stack autonomous driving simulation environment in South Korea, with more than 100 clients, including Naver Labs, Hyundai Mobis and Samsung Engineering. In 2021, the company has acquired around two billion KRW through a bridge funding round. As a result, they were nominated as a future unicorn company by the Ministry of Science and ICT of Korea. They have also received the Hong Dae-yong Award for Patent Technology. MORAI has received additional recognition, such as the Korea Institute of Startup & Entrepreneurship Development Award in the Youth Enterprise Sector and the Prime Minister's Commendation.

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Now that healthcare in America is evolving as rapidly as technology, hospitals are expected to transform their archaic IT systems to meet reform requirements or face significant penalties from the government. Add to the mix a lack of skilled IT workers and an operating system that is already functioning at a loss, and the next few years look very grim. How can hospitals meet the mandates and recover their cumbersome IT systems? We outline what these facilities need to implement now to meet a brighter future.

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Acquisition of Computer Technology Resources by Applications Software Technology to Expand Cloud Ecosystem Services

Applications Software Technology | January 10, 2023

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Snowflake Set to Acquire Monetize.Net’s SnowConvert, Speed up Migration to Data Cloud

Snowflake | January 20, 2023

The Data Cloud company, Snowflake, recently announced that it signed an agreement to acquire Mobilize.Net's SnowConvert, the leading set of tools that helps efficiently migrate databases to the Data Cloud. The acquisition's closing relies on the receipt of all necessary regulatory approvals and the fulfillment of other customary closing conditions. The major challenge with platform migration remains the code conversion which is required to confirm that all the legacy database functionality can be shifted to the cloud with minimum effort and time. The SnowConvert toolkit has long been the best way to move customer workloads to Snowflake. It uses advanced automation techniques to reduce the need for manual coding and ensure that migration projects are successful. The toolkit has demonstrated its ability to significantly reduce migration effort and greatly speed up the migration of legacy databases to Snowflake through the built-in analysis capacities at a data-type and procedure level, as well as corresponding to Snowflake native types after converting more than 1.5 billion lines of code1 with SnowConvert. In addition to converting legacy databases, SnowConvert converts Python and Scala workloads, making it simple to move that code to Snowflake's Snowpark development environment. Ted Brackin, Snowflake's VP of Professional Services, said, "One of our key objectives at Snowflake is to make it as fast and simple as possible for our customers and partners to unlock value from data. For many organizations, that starts with the efficient migration of their legacy databases and applications to the Data Cloud," He also said, "With the acquisition of SnowConvert, we can help more customers, partners and more broadly, our Snowflake partner network move more data and applications into the Data Cloud, enabling customers to obtain faster value from their investment in Snowflake sooner." (Source: Business Wire) About Snowflake Founded in 2012, Snowflake is a Data Cloud provider that helps organizations arocss the globe to mobilize their data with concurrency, nearly-unlimited scale and performance. Data Cloud allows organizations to unite siloed data, effortlessly discover and safely share government data, and perform various analytic workloads. Every time data or users live, the company delivers data lakes, data engineering, data science, and data cloud, creating a solution for data warehousing, data application development, and data sharing. Customers use Snowflake data cloud across many industries, including 543 of the 2022 Forbes Global 2000 (G2K) as of October 31, 2022.

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Eudora Medical Center, LLC Transitioned to eClinicalWorks Intelligent Cloud EHR

eClinicalWorks | January 24, 2023

The ambulatory cloud Electronic Health Record (EHR), eClinicalWorks, recently announced that Eudora Medical Center, LLC, a family medicine practice based in Mississippi, selected eClinicalWorks Cloud EHR to offer data-driven decisions at the point of care and leverage real-time cloud intelligence. The eClinicalWorks Cloud provides real-time zone and regional redundancy, offers scalability and flexibility to support the future growth of organizations. In addition, its practices can help in faster application deployment, collect, and transform patient data from all sources and explore new features for AI and ML. eClinicalWorks has recently invested $110 million in Microsoft Azure to keep on developing cloud services. Amy Perkins, Nurse Practitioner at Eudora Medical Center, said, “We selected the eClinicalWorks Cloud EHR to leverage its search capabilities at the point of care, which will help us gain deep clinical insights and provide better value-based care.” She also said, “We wanted the best cloud EHR IT and solution partner to help reach our practice goals. With this cloud technology, we will be able to access key data securely—even during unexpected challenges—streamline operations, and reduce costs associated with the management of traditional hosting models.” (Source: Business Wire) About eClinicalWorks Based in Westborough (Massachusetts) is a comprehensive EHR and Practice Management (PM) solutions provider. The company provides digitized paper charts for ambulatory practices. In addition, it develops innovative, customized tools for documentation, patient engagement, population health and revenue cycle management. The solutions by eClinicalWorks are used by 8,50,000+ medical professionals across 20+ countries. It also helps medical professionals improve care quality, reduce costs, and meet regulatory needs through leading-edge technology. Founded in 1999, the company is growing with 150,000+ Physicians and NPs using eClinicalWorks worldwide.

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