Pulzze Systems was happy to participate in such a premier event and thankful
to be receiving the winning investment and global network support from
G-Startup Worldwide. It is an exciting time for Pulzze to showcase the
effectiveness of innovative technologies and enable them to make the world
smarter and better.
The reputable contest is held to identify promising startups around the globe
that are assured to change the world through their innovative products and
disruptive technologies. There were multiple rounds of competitive selection
process before the top 8 finalists were invited to present their product in
front of a distinguished jury panel and an audience of ardent business
executives, technologists and entrepreneurs.
@ThingsExpo - The World's Largest 'Internet of Things' Event, November 1-3,
2016, at the Santa Clara Convention Center!
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Cloudscale Founder and CEO Bill McColl, on Monday, launched Cloudcel topic on
Cloudcel on Ulitzer offers articles on the Cloudcel platform. Cloudcel
enables the world's Excel users to simply and seamlessly exploit the full
power of realtime, highly parallel cloud computing to process realtime and
historical data of all kinds.
At the recent Hadoop World conference, Doug Cutting, Hadoop Project Founder,
remarked that "The Dream" was to provide non-programmers with the power of
parallel cloud computing tools such as MapReduce and Hadoop, via simple,
easy-to-use spreadshee... (more)
Little six-month-old ClearStory Data, which calls itself a self-driven data
exploration service, came out of stealth mode Monday with an undisclosed
amount of seed money from Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla
Ventures and some relatively eminent private parties.
Those personal investors include Andy Rachleff, founder of Benchmark Capital
and CEO at Wealthfront; Anand Rajaraman and Venky Harinarayan, senior VPs at
Walmart Global e-Commerce and co-founders of Junglee and Kosmix; Tim Howes,
co-founder of Rockmelt and ex-CTO of Netscape, and Nitin Donde, a one-time
Hey there; the IT Dog back with some color commentary on our VDI experience.
When I first heard the name, I thought VDI was the latest model Volkswagen
diesel, but as the guy with the suit explained in the last blog, VDI is
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Now that you know what VDI means, I am sure
you know all there is to know about it, right? Well, I wish it was that
easy for me.
Where Do I Begin?
I guess I’ll start from the beginning. At my company, my IT guys were at
their wits end trying to manage the 1000 or so desktops, spread out over four
different locations, with va... (more)
Space Monkey's beta started Wednesday.
It's taking pre-orders for its P2P device on Kickstarter, where it's looking
to raise money for the project.
A pledge of $99 will fetch the widget, 1TB of space and a year's
subscription. A pledge of $199 buys 2TB for a year.
The number of devices is limited and delivery appears set for July.
A pledge of $1,000 - and it appears to have one - buys a so-called special
edition device and 2TB for five years. The company says the user would work
with a designer "to come up with something not even the ‘Jones's' can get
their hands on."
Space Mon... (more)
Selling your startup’s product using a freemium model can be an enticing
option early on, seemingly offering you the best chance to get as many new
customers on board using your product as possible. Be aware however that
going with a freemium model may distract you from your real goals, and
ultimately harm your business.
So you’re new to the market and need to convince investors that your
product is a good fit to your target customers. You need to demonstrate
market traction to get investor attention, and your new product isn’t 100%
ready yet anyway. So why not kickstart your b... (more)