The Bulletin
10H
Cognizant appoints Rob Walker as new UK chief
Cognizant has named Rob Walker as its Managing Director for UK and Ireland. Walker joins from EY, where he spent 14 years leading digital consultancy as UK&I Consulting Markets Lead. At Cognizant, Walker will lead on strategic planning, commercial development and client delivery. "I look forward to being part of a team with deep technology and industry expertise," Walker said in a statement.
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12H
Magna to build driving assistance tech for Fisker
Fisker is to equip its Ocean SUV range with advanced driver assistance tech from Magna. The software will support autonomous driving and the addition of new products across a vehicle's lifecycle. They will run on an advanced and scalable domain controller architecture. The Fisker Ocean will initially be manufactured exclusively by Magna in Europe after the pair signed a major agreement last year.
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16H
SolarWinds hackers accessed Microsoft source code
The hacking group behind the SolarWinds attack has been able to access Microsoft's source code. The company reported last month that the cybercriminals had been able to access its network, but the attack was worse than initially revealed. Microsoft has said that the hackers did not make any changes to the code as the accounts from which they accessed it only had viewing permissions.
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13D
Autonomous cars startup Ouster to go public in $1.9b deal - Reuters
Ouster, a U.S. startup known for developing lidar sensors for self-driving cars and smart cities, is reportedly approaching a deal to go public via a SPAC merger with Colonnade Acquisition Corp, according to Reuters. The deal with value the company at $1.9 billion. If confirmed, the news would make Ouster the fifth lidar manufacturer to go public via a SPAC merger this year.
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13D
Ironclad raises $100m - report
Legal tech firm Ironclad has reportedly raised at least $100m from a Series D funding round. The Information broke the story regarding the startup co-founded by Mary Meeker. Ironclad's digital contracting platform saves time for legal firms, and gives them access to key data. The funding round, which was led by venture capital firm Bond, values the company at around $1bn.
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Silicon Angle The Information LawSites
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13D
Verizon and Deloitte partner to expand 5G and edge computing infrastructure
Verizon Communications Inc. subsidiary Verizon Business and Deloitte have teamed up to build an extended ecosystem for 5G and mobile edge computing (MEC) solutions aimed at the manufacturing and retail industries. The first deployment will be a smart factory solution for Verizon’s Customer Technology Center in Richardson, Texas, that identifies and predicts quality defects on the assembly line.
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13D
Tech giants unite in legal battle against NSO hacking group
Microsoft and Google are among a group of tech companies to have filed an amicus brief in support of Facebook's legal challenge against hacking company NSO Group. Facebook's WhatsApp is taking on NSO in the courts after it surveilled more than 1,400 people through the instant messaging app. Cisco, Dell and VMware have also supported the argument that NSO's tech is "powerful and dangerous".
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14D
Google Cloud will be made available in Saudi Arabia thanks to Aramco
Saudi Aramco Development Co, a subsidiary of Aramco, has partnered with Google Cloud to offer cloud services to customers in Saudi Arabia. To provision the country, a new cloud region will be established in Saudi Arabia, while a new company will be formed after required regulatory clearances to supply cloud solutions and services to customers.
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Reuters CNA Alarabiya Saudi Gazette
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14D
IBM acquires European cloud firm Nordcloud
International Business Machines (IBM) will acquire European cloud startup Nordcloud for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Nordcloud has a current turnover of $61 million and over 450 employees. IBM said the acquisition will “turbocharge” its hybrid cloud consulting ability, which faces competition from Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, and Google.
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14D
Viasat to pay $222m for RigNet
Viasat is to acquire networking tech company RigNet in a deal worth $222m. The comms giant says RigNet's solutions will help it deliver broadband to hard-to-reach locations, while also allowing it to extend into different industries. "We are accelerating the diversification of our connectivity portfolio," said Viasat CEO Rick Baldridge. The deal is expected to close halfway through 2021.
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14D
Cognizant snaps up tech consultancy Inawisdom
Cognizant has acquired Inawisdom, a UK-based consultancy specialising in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics to help businesses make better decisions. Inawisdom focuses on delivering cloud-native, full-stack solutions leveraging proven consulting methodologies and an analytics and machine learning platform built using AWS. Financial details were not disclosed.
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14D
Mimik and IBM partner to offer edge computing services
IBM has partnered with startup mimik to make edge computing more accessible to its clients. The companies claim their resources will accelerate automation and digital transformation in healthcare, manufacturing, retail and other industries. “We are excited to work with IBM and to leverage its expertise in hybrid cloud computing and software delivery solutions,” said Fay Arjomandi, mimik's CEO.
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14D
SoftBank set for first SPAC filing
SoftBank is aiming to raise $500-600m from the IPO of its first special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC). SPACs are seen as a lower-cost alternative to traditional IPOs, and are popular with tech firms. SoftBank focuses most of its investments on tech startups. Axios reports that this could be the first of a handful of SoftBank SPACs. The company has experienced financial difficulties in 2020.
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17D
U.S. blacklists SMIC alongside 60 other Chinese firms
The United States confirmed that SMIC will be added alongside more than 60 other Chinese companies to a trade blacklist. The U.S. Commerce Department saying the action “evidence of activities between SMIC and entities of concern in the Chinese military-industrial complex.” In the future, companies will be banned from selling US-technology to companies on the list without a license.
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17D
Microsoft finds malicious SolarWinds software in its systems
Microsoft has said it has detected a malicious version of software from SolarWinds inside the company. SolarWinds was a massive hacking campaign that had attacked a significant amount of United States' governing agencies. However, Microsoft has stated that its investigation so far has shown no evidence of hackers using Microsoft systems to attack customers.
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17D
Chat platform Discord raises $100m, takes valuation to $7bn
Voice and chat app Discord has closed a $100m funding round, taking the company's valuation to a whopping $7bn. The funding was led by Greenoaks Capital and supported by Index Ventures. "As we look to 2021, we are excited about what we have in store and plan to use this funding to help make Discord even better – both for our free service and our Nitro subscribers," said Discord CEO Jason Citron.
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17D
Crypto exchange Coinbase files registration for 2021 IPO
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global has signalled its intent to go public, following months of speculation. The company announced that it has confidentially submitted a draft registration statement on Form S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The Form S-1 is expected to become effective after the SEC completes its review process, subject to market and other conditions.
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17D
UiPath files paperwork ahead of possible IPO
UiPath has filed confidential paperwork for an IPO. The robotic process automation (RPA) provider submitted a draft registration to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Valued at more than $10bn, UiPath would become one of New York City's biggest tech companies if it went public. RPA helps companies automate repetitive, low-value tasks. The IPO market is booming, even in the face of COVID-19.
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18D
Alphabet-backed GoCardless raises $95m approaching unicorn status
British financial technology start-up GoCardless has recently raised $95 million, approaching a $1 billion valuation. The investment round was led by the venture capital arm of Bain Capital. The new funding values the company at $970 million, very close to reaching the “unicorn” status. GoCardless will use the funding to accelerate its open banking strategy.
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18D
EU gives Google the go-ahead for Fitbit acquisition
The European Union's antitrust regulators have conditionally approved Google's buyout of Fitbit. The $2.1bn acquisition was under scrutiny because of anti-competition and data concerns. But Google has pledged not to hinder rivals, while it will also not use Fitbit-gathered data in advertising. The rules will apply for a decade. Google has previously said "the deal is about devices, not data".
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18D
Google buys Neverware to turn old PCs into Chromebook devices
Google LLC has acquired Neverware Inc., a company whose software CloudReady OS transforms old personal computers and Macs into Chromebook devices. CloudReady is typically offered to schools to breathe life into old PCs but businesses and individuals can also use it. This technology will be folded into the ChromeOS team, Neverware has said in a statement.
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18D
Data analytics firm ChaosSearch raises $40m in funding
Data analytics and insight platform ChaosSearch has closed a $40m Series B funding round co-led by Stripes and Moore Strategic Ventures. The company said it has enjoyed a record-breaking 2020 in which the company saw triple digit sales growth, while rapidly expanding its enterprise customer base in the US and Europe. Funding will be used to capitalise on the growing demand for its platform.
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18D
BigID achieves unicorn status after $70m funding round
The security and privacy outfit BigID is technology's newest unicorn after a $70m funding round took its valuation past the $1bn mark. The round was led by Salesforce and Tiger Global, joined by Glynn Capital, with participation from existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Scale Venture Partners, and Boldstart Ventures. It is the company's third funding round in just over 12 months.
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18D
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna elected chairman
Arvind Krishna has been elected as IBM's chairman. The tech firm's CEO, who replaced Ginni Rometty in April, will now also succeed Rometty as chairman. Rometty is retiring at the end of the year but will continue to consult for IBM. Krishna has been with the company for more than 30 years. As CEO, he has already announced the spin-off of IBM's $19bn Managed Infrastructure Services business.
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19D
IBM swoops to acquire fintech Expertus Technologies
IBM has acquired Montreal-based fintech, Expertus Technologies Inc. IBM said the deal will strengthen its portfolio as an end-to-end digital payments solution provider and further advances its hybrid cloud and AI strategy. This acquisition also expands IBM's finance industry depth and ability to manage complex integrations, of technologies, people and processes. Financial terms were not disclosed.
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SiliconAngle IBM The Motley Fool
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19D
Samsung and IBM partner for 5G and edge computing combination
Samsung Electronics and IBM have signed a partnership to combine edge computing with private 5G networks, with the aim of helping customers automate production. “The move to standalone 5G has accelerated the adoption of IIoT solutions and will require businesses to adopt an edge computing strategy that allows them to manage their IT environments from anywhere,” said KC Choi, EVP at Samsung.
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19D
ClickUp raises $100m for its productivity platform
ClickUp has pocketed $100m from a Series B funding round. The startup, which was only founded three years ago, has created a productivity platform now used by over 200,000 teams worldwide. This round, led by Canadian-based venture fund Georgian, values ClickUp at $1 billion. Google, Nike and Uber are among the businesses that use ClickUp. The startup recently launched its new mobile app.
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19D
Fiat Chrysler to invest in global tech centre
Fiat Chrysler (FCA) is to spend $150m on a global tech centre in India. The centre will create 1,000 jobs by the end of next year, according to the automotive firm. FCA says it wants to "digitalise every aspect of its automotive operations globally". Its statement said it would focus on connected and autonomous cars, as well as AI, data science and cloud. The centre will be built in Hyderabad.
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19D
AWS steps up legal challenge to overturn Microsoft-Pentagon contract
AWS says Microsoft's cloud contract with the Pentagon must be overturned. In a court filing which was unsealed yesterday, AWS argued the award to Microsoft must “be invalidated because it is the product of systematic bias, bad faith, and undue influence exerted by President Trump to steer the award away from” AWS. It went on to describe the decision as “flawed and politically corrupted decision.”
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20D
Twitter taps AWS to run user feeds
Twitter has signed a major cloud deal with AWS. It will use AWS to power the delivery of millions of tweets daily, the first time it has utilised the public cloud to scale its real-time service. Twitter has long-relied on its own data centres. "The collaboration will improve performance for people who use Twitter," said its CTO. AWS already delivers compute and storage services for Twitter.
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20D
Digital radar company Uhnder raises $45m in funding
Digital radar company Uhnder has raised $45m, taking its finding to date to $145m. The round was led by Uhnder’s newest customer and partner, Sensata Technologies, with participation by new and existing investors. Sensata intends to use Uhnder’s digital imaging radar chip in applications for markets where they are a key supplier, including mining, agriculture, aerospace, and construction.
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20D
U.S. government software provider SolarWinds hit by cyberattack
The U.S. government software provider SolarWinds has confirmed it was hit by a cyberattack, which it described as "a highly sophisticated, manual supply chain attack". It added: "We have been advised this attack was likely conducted by an outside nation state and intended to be a narrow, extremely targeted, and manually executed attack, as opposed to a broad, system-wide attack."
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20D
Nokia wins Proximus Luxembourg 5G nationwide contract
Nokia has won a seven-year deal with Proximus Luxembourg to supply 5G coverage nationwide. Deployment of the 5G network is set to begin in 2021. Nokia will be replacing China’s Huawei, which has been left out of many European 5G deals due to national security concerns. Proximus Luxembourg has spectrum in the 700Mhz band for low-latency communication and the 3.5Ghz band for dense urban coverage.
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Reuters Financial Post Nokia
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20D
Apple implements new data privacy requirements for apps
Apple has begun forcing apps to display their use of user's data through data privacy labels. The labels will be placed at the top of the Apple Store and inform users about the privacy practices of apps before they are downloaded from its App Store. Apple has included its own apps in the new rule. Users will not be able to opt out of an app's data activity, but they can decide not to download it.
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20D
Zenoti enters the unicorn club
Software startup Zenoti has raised $160m from a new funding round, giving it unicorn status. The company delivers SaaS solutions to the salon and spa industries, combining ERP and CRM tools. It has around 12,000 customers in more than 50 countries, and is now valued in excess of $1bn. Advent International led the round, with involvement from Tiger Global and Steadview Partners.
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21D
Vista Equity Partners to acquire Pluralsight for $3.5bn
Technology workforce development company Pluralsight is to be acquired by Vista Equity Partners in a deal worth $3.5bn. Pluralsight provides technology workforce development solutions, including skills intelligence, skills development and engineering management capabilities. Pluralsight Skills and Pluralsight Flow, are used by more than 17,000 customers, including 70% of Fortune 500 companies.
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21D
Google services including Gmail and Youtube hit by worldwide outage
Google applications including YouTube, Gmail, Google Documents and Google Meet have suffered a service outage worldwide, although its effects have been felt more strongly in Asia and Europe. Downtime site indicators showed big spikes for services dropping from 11.30am UK time. "We're aware of a problem with Gmail affecting a majority of users," a statement said.
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21D
SoftBank backed Innoviz to go public in $1.4b SPAC merger
Innoviz Technologies Ltd., the Israel startup responsible for the development of LiDAR sensors that enable self-driving cars to see their surroundings, will go public via a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), Collective Growth. The deal values the startup at $1.4 billion. Innoviz is said to be the first company to bring a solid-state lidar sensor to market.
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21D
Star Alliance makes AWS cloud shift
Star Alliance is moving its entire IT infrastructure over to AWS. The biggest aviation alliance in the world with 26 airlines, Star Alliance says it will reduce its infrastructure total cost of ownership by 25% with this public cloud shift. "The pandemic has proved how valuable it is to have a flexible and agile infrastructure," said a spokesperson. It will work with TCS to complete the migration.
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21D
"AI is not infallible" - EU watchdog
The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has warned against the risks of artificial intelligence. A report published on Monday said there are dangers with using AI in areas like policing and medical diagnoses. "AI is not infallible, it is made by people – and humans can make mistakes," said FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty. The EU is weighing up the introduction of rules around tech such as AI.
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24D
Deutsche Telekom and Microsoft combine to accelerate cloud initiatives
Deutsche Telekom and Microsoft have expanded their partnership to help customers accelerate their cloud transformation initiatives. Microsoft’s cloud and AI capabilities with Telekom’s Cloud Migration Framework are to be combined to increase productivity, build more agile and resilient operations, and deliver new cloud offerings faster. The partnership will run for seven years.
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24D
Hyundai to take controlling interest of Boston Dynamics
Hyundai Motor Group to acquire controlling interest in Boston Dynamics, valued at $1.1bn, with the goal of "advancing robotics and mobility to realise progress for humanity". The robotics technologies will lend synergies to autonomous vehicles and smart factories, and will will create a robotics value chain ranging from robot component manufacturing to smart logistics solutions.
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24D
Amazon to train 29 million people in cloud computing
Amazon is to help 29 million people around the world grow their technology skills with free cloud computing skills training by 2025. A number if initiatives will be launched including more than 500 free courses, interactive labs, and virtual day-long training sessions. The AWS re/Start programme to help people from underrepresented communities transition into tech jobs is also to be expanded.
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25D
Tech giants form Modern Computing Alliance to fight common challenges
Some of the world's leading tech companies have come together to tackle a number of common challenges. The likes of Google, Dell, Intel, VMware, Zoom and Slack have joined up to found the Modern Computing Alliance. The group will focus on performance, security and identity, remote work, productivity and collaboration, and healthcare. New standards and interoperability are to be high on the agenda.
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25D
New Relic to acquire Pixie Labs
New Relic is to buy Pixie Labs, the Kubernetes observability platform. Pixie Labs's technology is designed to simplify application troubleshooting in Kubernetes environments. Earlier this year it raised $9m from a Series A funding round. "We're doubling down on our Kubernetes strategy," said New Relic's CEO. Financial details were not disclosed, and an expected closing date wasn't given.
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25D
Cloud security firm Wiz launches with $100m in funding
Wiz, a cloud security startup founded by former Microsoft senior engineers, has emerged from stealth with a $100m funding round. Sequoia Capital is among those to have poured cash into the firm, which is aiming to reinvest cloud security. It says it can onboard enterprise clients in just 15 minutes. The company only began work nine months ago but Wiz support is already available for AWS and Azure.
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25D
Arm shifts design automation workloads to AWS cloud
AWS has announced that Arm will leverage AWS for its cloud use, including the vast majority of its electronic design automation workloads. It will leverage AWS Graviton2-based instances, powered by Arm Neoverse cores. Since beginning its AWS cloud migration, Arm has realised a 6x improvement in performance time for EDA workflows on AWS. NVIDIA agreed a deal to buy Arm for $40bn in September.
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25D
Facebook to face antitrust lawsuit from Federal Trade Commission
Facebook is to face an antitrust lawsuit from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, with the support of 46 states, the District of Columbia and Guam. The suit alleges that Facebook used its financial muscle to buy technology platforms that poised a competitive threat, such as Instagram and WhatsApp. The FTC is seeking to force Facebook to divest a number of assets, including Instagram and WhatsApp.
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26D
Google acquires data analytics startup Dataform
Data warehouse analytics firm Dataform has confirmed that it has been acquired by Google. The company's technology allows analysts to manage the entire flow of data in their warehouses, using a single, unified workflow. In a blog Dataform co-founders Guillaume-Henri Huon and Lewis Hemens said that the platform will be joining Google Cloud. No financial terms have been disclosed.
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26D
Firebolt emerges from stealth with $37m to supercharge data analytics
Firebolt has emerged from stealth with $37m in funding which it says it will use to "redesign the cloud data warehouse experience". Firebolt says it is able to delivers the fastest analytics performance – up to 182 times faster than other data warehouse. The funding included participation from Zeev Ventures, TLV Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners and Angular Ventures.
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