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Mavenir’s Smart Device Connect (SDC) Extends T-Mobile’s IMS Capabilities to now Include Their Smartwatch Connection Service
Mavenir’s SDC solution enables T-Mobile to offer “one number” services to customers
i2c Partners with BEYON Money and Visa to Launch First Open Banking Super App in Bahrain
Fintech arm of Batelco, the nation’s leading telco, to launch first mobile payments super app in region by year-end 2021
South African Retailer, Woolworths South Africa, Ramps up Store Innovation With Flooid
The Flooid Unified Commerce Platform provides cornerstone for future innovation across Woolworths South Africa stores and restaurants
Square, Inc. Changes Name to Block
The change differentiates the Square brand, which was built for the Seller business, from the corporate entity.
Crayon Announces Collaboration with Microsoft Teams Essentials – a flexible and affordable solution for everyone
Making it easy for small businesses to choose the top world's leading digital meeting platform.
KnowBe4’s Team of Cybersecurity Experts Release Predictions for 2022
Predicted trends include nuclear ransomware 3.0, a major power station/utility provider will be crippled, disinformation powered by deep fakes, the rise of dark economy M&A and more
CertiK Closes Largest Investment Round in Blockchain Security from Sequoia, Bringing its Valuation to Nearly $1 Billion
Sequoia leads an $80M round in investment of CertiK - a leader in Smart Contract and Blockchain security.
NetApp Delivers Award-Winning Innovation to Enable Digital Transformation on AWS
At AWS re:Invent, NetApp Named 2021 AWS ISV Design Partner of the Year – US; Spot by NetApp Simplifies CloudOps with new portfolio updates
DriveWealth Partners with Hisa Technologies to Expand Access to Investing and Financial Literacy in Kenya
Partnership empowers the Kenyan population to invest in fractional shares of U.S. equities for the first time
Amazon Investing in 274 Renewable Energy Projects Globally, Adds 18 New Projects in Europe and U.S.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced 18 new utility-scale wind and solar energy projects across the U.S., Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the U.K., totaling 5.6 gigawatts (GW) of procured capacity to date in 2021.