The Bulletin
17H
Zoom announces $100m fund for Zoom Apps
Zoom has announced the Zoom Apps Fund, a new $100m venture fund created to stimulate growth of Zoom’s ecosystem of Zoom Apps, integrations, developer platform, and hardware. Portfolio companies will receive initial investments between $250k and $2.5m to build solutions that will become core to how Zoom customers communicate. Zoom announced Zoom Apps at its Zoomtopia 20202 event.
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17H
Low-code company FintechOS raises $60m
FintechOS the technology provider for banks, insurers and other financial services companies, has announced it has raised $60m in Series B funding. FintechOS says its low-code approach to digital transformation has seen rapid adoption from financial institutions across Europe. Investment will be used to cement its position in UK and Europe and fuel international expansion.
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20H
Tech Mahindra pays $120m for hybrid cloud services provider DigitalOnUs
Tech Mahindra has acquired DigitalOnUs for $120m. As industry moves more to hybrid cloud, Tech Mahindra believe the acquisition will bolster its services in this area. DigitalOnUs, headquartered in San Jose, U.S., specialises in hybrid cloud and DevOps services. "The acquisition marks an important milestone in Tech Mahindra’s growth journey," said a spokesperson. The deal will close in May.
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Economic Times Live Mint
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22H
Atos makes three acquisitions
Atos has announced three acquisitions as it looks to bounce back from a first quarter sales drop. In the manufacturing space it has bought Canadian company Processia, while it has also acquired cryptography specialist Cryptovision. The third acquisition is UK-based computer vision company Ipsotek. CEO Elie Girard said Atos is also "engaging in important steps of internal transformation".
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1D
UK opens probe $40bn Nvidia-Arm deal citing national security concerns
The UK government has requested an investigation into the $40 billion sale of computer chip designer Arm Holdings to Nvidia on national security grounds. “Following careful consideration of the proposed takeover of Arm, I have today issued an intervention notice on national security grounds,” Digital minister Oliver Dowden said. The regulator will present a report in July assessing these concerns.
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Reuters BBC Financial Times GOV.UK
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1D
Mastercard pays $850m for digital identity firm Ekata
Mastercard is acquiring digital identity company Ekata for $850m. Ekata's software will allow Mastercard to distinguish between fraudsters and legitimate customers in real time. It currently works with more than 2,000 companies. "With the addition of Ekata, we will advance our identity capabilities," said Mastercard's Ajay Bhalla. The transaction is anticipated to close within the next six months.
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Mastercard Reuters Tech Crunch
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1D
Cloud protection company Druva closes $147m funding round
Cloud data protection company Druva Inc. has completed a funding round worth $147m, taking its value past the $2bn mark. Global investment outfit CDPQ led the round, with participation from three existing shareholders - Neuberger Berman, Viking Global Investors and Atreides Management. As part of the agreement, CDPQ is joining Druva's Board of Directors.
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1D
UK to explore national digital currency
The UK government has announced the formation of a taskforce that will bring together HM Treasury and the Bank of England, will be to explore a possible UK central bank digital currency. Two new forums will also be established to engage technical experts, and key stakeholders - including financial institutions, merchants, business users, civil society groups, and consumers - through the process.
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1D
Siemens and Google collaborate on AI for manufacturing
Google Cloud and Siemens are to come together to work on AI and machine learning (ML) tech for the industrial space. Siemens intends to integrate Google Cloud's data cloud AI/ML technologies with its factory automation solutions to help manufacturers innovate for the future. Manufacturers will be able run cloud-based AI/ML models on top of factory data, and deploy algorithms at the network edge.
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PR Newswire ZDNet SiliconAngle
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1D
Microsoft will set up first Malaysian data centre region
The Malaysian Prime Minister has announced a partnership between several government agencies, local companies and Microsoft Corp. The tech giant will invest $1 billion over the next five years in Malaysia to set up a new data centre region in the country. Last February, Malaysia granted approvals for Microsoft, Google and Amazon to build hyper-scale data centres and provide cloud services.
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Reuters Channel Asia Rappler
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1D
Didi taps Volvo for first self-driving car fleet
Didi will use Volvo XC90 SUVs in its first test fleet of self-driving cars. The two companies announced a strategic partnership for Didi Autonomous Driving, the ride-hailing firm's self-driving subdivision. Didi Gemini, Didi's self-driving hardware, will be integrated with Volvo vehicles. Deliveries have already started. Didi is targeting a long-term partnership with Volvo ahead of a $100bn IPO.
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4D
Splunk CTO Tim Tully departs to join VC firm Menlo Ventures
Splunk's CTO Tim Tully has left his position at the company to join venture capital firm Menlo Ventures as a new partner. Tully will focus on next-gen cloud infrastructure, specifically AI/ML platforms, DevOps, and the new data stack, while also advising on early-growth investments considered by Menlo’s Inflection Fund. Tully oversaw Splunk's cloud transformation and 10 of its acquisitions.
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Globe Newswire CRN
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4D
Turkey bans crypto payments, Bitcoin value falls 4.6%
The price of Bitcoin fell by more than 4% today after Turkey's central bank announced a ban on the use of cryptocurrencies and crypto assets for purchases. Explaining the decision, the bank cited the possibility of “irreparable” damage and transaction risks. Bitcoin, which has risen to historic highs over the last week, fell by 4.6% after the announcement to just over $60k.
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4D
Intel, Nvidia, TSMC execs say global chip shortage will last until 2023
Top executives from several leading chipmakers including Nvidia, Intel and TSMC have warned that the global semiconductor crisis is likely to continue until at least 2023. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has been the one to give the worst estimate, telling the Washington Post that he expects the issue will take “a couple of years” to solve as demand soars and production capacity is maxed out.
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4D
Google misled consumers over location data, Australian watchdog finds
Google misled some consumers over personal location data in Australia, the country's competitions watchdog has revealed. It found that between January 2017 and December 2018, Google wrongly said that it could only collect information from the location history setting on user devices. The watchdog is pressing for penalties, although Google said it "disagreed" with the ruling.
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4D
ARK buys $110m Coinbase shares on debut
Three funds at Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment Management bought shares of the biggest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global Inc. on its highly anticipated trading debut. Ark bought 341,186 shares across the funds, valued at about $110 million. The three funds were Ark Innovation ETF, Next Generation Internet ETF and Fintech Innovation ETF. Ark is known for its support of disruptive trends.
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4D
Google Cloud links up with OSIsoft
Google Cloud has agreed a partnership with OSIsoft. This will allow it to support clients as they move industrial workloads to the cloud. OSIsoft delivers infrastructure for two thirds of the industrial Fortune 500 and was acquired by Aveva last month for $5bn. "Our goal is for manufacturers to be able to scale across thousands of pieces of equipment," a Google spokesperson told Venture Beat.
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5D
EE and AT&T edging 5G performance race - research
Research firm RootMetrics has revealed that EE and AT&T are currently beating rivals in the 5G performance race. Data taken from the UK and the US showed that the two companies are marginally ahead. Areas tested included 5G availability, 5G download speed and 5G data reliability. Speeds in the US are down in general when compared to the UK and South Korea.
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Telecoms.com
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5D
Walmart makes bet on Cruise's self-driving tech
Walmart has invested in Cruise, the GM-backed self-driving car company. The pair collaborated on a trial delivery service late last year. Now Walmart is putting cash into a $2.75bn funding round. Microsoft and Honda have previously supported Cruise, which has also revealed plans to begin testing its vehicles in Dubai. So far testing has been undertaken in San Francisco.
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5D
IBM acquires Italian business process automation startup MyInvenio
IBM has announced the acquisition of Italian business minin software company MyInvenio. The deal is still subject to regulatory approval and expected to close by Q3 2021. MyInvenio's software helps enterprises tackle streamlining backend processes across accounting, sales, and production. IBM’s purchase of MyInvenio builds on its existing OEM agreement with the company, announced in November.
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5D
Dell to spin off VMware
Dell has announced the long-awaited spinoff of computer visualisation giant VMware. Dell confirmed it would spin off 81% ownership of VMware to create two separate businesses, with VMware to distribute a cash dividend between $11.5bn and $12bn to shareholders, $9bn of which will go to Dell. VMware will continue to use Dell Financial Services to help its customers finance digital transformations.
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5D
AI chipmaker Groq raises $300m
AI chipmaker Groq has closed a bumper $300m funding round, bringing the company's total funding to-date to $367m. The round was co-led with investment from Tiger Global Management and D1 Capital. Groq said the raise would allow it to grow across industries while "elevating the company’s efforts to hire top talent and accelerating its next-generation products in development".
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6D
Google receives $36.65m fine from Turkish government
Google has received a $36.65 million fine from Turkey’s Competition Board. Turkey has accused the tech giant of abusing its dominant position in the market by providing advantages to its own accommodation price comparison and its local search services over those of its competitors. In addition the fine, Google will have to ensure within six months that competitors are not disadvantaged
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6D
Ford to offer hands-free driving aid this year
Ford Motors has announced that it will offer its hands-free highway driving technology BlueCruise in some of its pickup truck and Mustang models later this year. BlueCruise will be available on Ford's 2021 model year F-150 pickup trucks and the Mustang Mach-E electric crossovers. Ford has conducted 500,000 miles of development testing for BlueCruise to ensure its safety.
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6D
IT services firm bought by KKR for reported $1.7bn
IT Services provider Ensono has been bought by global investment firm KKR. Ensono provides a suite of services that help enterprises manage, optimise and modernise their IT systems across mainframe, cloud and hybrid infrastructure. Ensono recently completed acquisition of Amido, a UK-based cloud native consultancy. Financial terms are undisclosed but Reuters pegged the value of the deal at $1.7bn.
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6D
Blockchain infrastructure outfit ConsenSys closes $65m funding round
ConsenSys has closed a $65m round of funding that it says will accelerate the convergence of decentralised finance and Web3 applications on Ethereum with enterprise blockchain infrastructure. J.P. Morgan, Mastercard, and UBS invested alongside leading blockchain companies, including Protocol Labs, the Maker Foundation, Fenbushi, The LAO, and Alameda Research.
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6D
Red Hat and NEC team up for 5G solutions
Red Hat and NEC are collaborating on new cloud-native 5G solutions. NEC will utilise Red Hat's Kubernetes platform with its core 5G capabilities. The pair have a long-standing partnership but believe this new step will help businesses capitalise on 5G across a broad set of use cases, including AI and machine learning. "We are working to build an open industry standard," said an NEC spokesperson.
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6D
LogicGate reveals data breach
LogicGate has confirmed that its AWS-hosted cloud servers were breached by an unised third party. The company, which helps organisations with risk and compliance, gained access to customer backup files in February. LogicGate has told employees that it hopes to get to the root of the problem by the end of this week. The company has so far refused to reveal how many customers were affected.
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7D
SambaNova Systems becomes the world’s best-funded AI startup
SambaNova Systems has raised $676 million in its latest funding round, reaching a valuation of than $5 billion. The company develops semiconductors for artificial intelligence-related computation work that can run on the edge. The Series D round was led by the SoftBank Vision Fund 2, together with participation from Temasek and GIC, BlackRock, Intel Capital, GV, Walden International and WRVI.
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7D
"Super app" Grab to go public via record $40bn SPAC merger
Grab has confirmed that it will go public in a record SPAC deal. It will merge with Altimeter Growth Corp. in a transaction valued at $40bn. Grab, which offers ride-hailing, food delivery and financial services in south-east Asia, says the decision was made after a strong 2020. The U.S. offering is led by $750m from funds managed by Altimeter Capital. The deal includes $4bn in private investments.
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7D
NVIDIA unveils CPU for 'Giant AI' and high-performance workloads
NVIDIA has unveiled its first data centre CPU, an Arm-based processor that it says will deliver 10x the performance of today’s fastest servers on the most complex AI and high performance computing workloads. Named 'Grace' the CPU has been designed to address the computing requirements for the world’s most advanced applications — including NLP, recommender systems and AI supercomputing.
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7D
Microsoft buys Nuance Communications for $19.7bn
Microsoft has completed the acquisition of speech-recognition company Nuance Communications for $19.7bn, well in excess of the reported $16bn pricetag that was rumoured. The deal will bolster Microsoft's efforts to to provide industry-specific cloud offerings to support customers and partners. Nuance provides conversational AI and cloud-based ambient clinical intelligence for healthcare providers.
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7D
Intel hopes to make car chips "within six to nine months"
Intel hopes to support automotive manufacturers with semiconductor chips within the next nine months. CEO Pat Gelsinger told Reuters it is in talks with chip designers about using Intel's factories, a strategy designed to get the sector moving again following the highly-publicised chip shortage. Car manufacturers including Ford and GM have had to shut down production plants in recent months.
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8D
Microsoft nears $16 billion purchase of AI firm Nuance - reports
Microsoft is reportedly in advanced talks to acquire speech-recognition company Nuance Communications for $16 billion, according to Bloomberg. Nuance has developed an AI tool that recognises and transcribes speech in doctor’s visits, customer-service calls and voicemails. The company reported $7 million in net income in the fourth quarter. The official agreement could come as soon as this week.
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8D
Alibaba fined record $2.75 billion for antitrust practices in China
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has received a record-breaking $2.75 billion fine from the Chinese government after an anti-monopoly probe accused it of abusing its dominant market position for several years. The fine amounts to about 4% of the company's 2019 domestic revenue. Alibaba has accepted the fine and said it is not aware of any other anti-monopoly investigations by Chinese regulators.
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8D
NEC and Cisco expand 5G transport tech partnership
NEC and Cisco have expanded their partnership for accelerating the deployment of 5G IP transport network technologies. The companies will drive new business opportunities for 5G. NEC will work with Cisco to complement NEC’s ecosystem with optimised IP metro/access transport and edge cloud. Cisco will support NEC’s customer engagements by offering products, proposals and execution support.
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8D
Fujitsu and Trend Micro team up to secure 5G networks
Fujitsu and Trend Micro have teamed up to secure 5G networks. The companies will demonstrate the effectiveness of Trend Micro’s security for private 5G using a simulated smart factory environment and an operational Fujitsu environment prior to the product’s public availability. The smart factory environment is located at Fujitsu's Collaboration Lab in Kawasaki, Japan.
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11D
New tool from IBM boosts machine learning with quantum computing
IBM is augmenting Qiskit, its quantum computing software kit, to improve machine learning models. Developers will be able to bring machine learning into the quantum space through Qiskit Machine Learning. The Qiskit team has also launched the Torch Connector, which allows users to integrate quantum neural networks directly into the PyTorch open source machine learning library.
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11D
AWS announces general availability of Amazon Lookout for Equipment
AWS has announced the general availability of Amazon Lookout for Equipment, a new service that uses machine learning (ML) models to help customers perform predictive maintenance on the equipment in their facilities. Lookout for Equipment ingests sensor data from industrial equipment and trains a ML model to accurately predict early warning signs of machine failure or suboptimal performance.
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11D
Digital forensics company Cellebrite to go public via $2.4bn SPAC
Digital forensics company Cellebrite has said it is to go public via a special-purpose acquisition company (SAPC) through a merger with TWC Tech Holdings II Corp. It is the latest in a long line of technology companies to go public via a SPAC and it values Cellebrite at $2.4bn. The deal includes Cellebrite obtaining $580m, comprised of TWC Tech Holdings’ cash held in trust.
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11D
Computer vision startup CrowdAI launches with $10m in funding
CrowdAI, a startup which has built a platform for computer vision, has launched with $10m in funding. A new Series A round worth $6.25m, along with previous seed funding, gives the firm the chance to commercialise its offering. Businesses can use CrowdAI to analyse images and video. The company says its solutions can be used across different industries. The Series A was led by Threshold Ventures.
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12D
Google open-sources Lyra codec to reduce voice call bandwidth usage
Google has open-sourced Lyra in beta, an audio codec that relies on machine learning to enable high-quality voice calls in low bandwidth situations. The code and demo are available on GitHub can compress raw audio down to 3 kilobits per second. Google assures the codec enables audio quality that is similar to the most popular existing codecs with 60% less bandwidth.
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12D
IBM announces general availability of Cloud for Financial Services
IBM has announced the general availability of its cloud platform for financial service companies. IBM also revealed that the platform now includes support for Red Hat OpenShift and other cloud-native services. First revealed in 2019, the IBM Cloud for Financial Services was designed in collaboration with Bank of America to to reduce risk for financial institutions, their partners and FinTechs.
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12D
UC San Diego to power supercomputer with Intel Habana Labs chips
Intel's Habana Labs will supply its AI chips to UC San Diego's supercomputer programme. The university's supercomputer aims to advance AI research across a number of domains. "Voyager" will use Habana’s interconnectivity technology to efficiently scale AI capacity. Intel bought Habana for $2bn in 2019 and went on to ditch its own Nervana neutral network programme in the wake of the acquisition.
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12D
Business messaging service Gupshup raises $100m on $1.4bn valuation
Business messaging service Gupshup has raised $100mn in funding from Tiger Global Management, propelling the company's valuation to $1.4bn. This funding will be followed by a second close with significant additional funds raised from more investors, Gupshup revealed. The company said it will use this investment to rapidly scale product and go-to-market initiatives worldwide
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12D
Trax lands $640m for retail analytics platform
Trax has closed a Series E funding round at $640m. The company helps retailers with merchandising through its computer vision and machine learning technologies. Among its backers are SoftBank's VisionFund 2, BlackRock and the Sony Innovation Fund. The round valued Trax at more than $3bn. Its CEO says the money will help it grow its team and scale its retailer business.
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13D
Accenture snaps up cloud analytics firm Core Compete
Accenture has acquired Core Compete, a cloud analytics services firm. Core Compete enables digital transformations with cloud-native solutions that deliver AI and machine learning-infused business outcomes, to serve a diverse client base across the US and UK, with particular focus on supply chain, retail and financial services. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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13D
Redis Labs valued at $2bn+ after $110m financing round
Redis Labs has closed $110m in financing led by a new investor, Tiger Global, which brings the company’s valuation to more than $2bn. The company’s Series G round also includes participation from another new investor, Softbank Vision Fund 2, and existing Redis Labs investor TCV. Additionally, Tiger, Softbank, and TCV acquired additional ownership as part of a $200m secondary transaction.
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13D
IT spending to hit $4.1bn in 2021
Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $4.1trn in 2021, an increase of 8.4% from 2020, according to the latest forecast by Gartner. The highest growth will come from devices (14%) and enterprise software (10.8%). "IT no longer just supports corporate operations as it traditionally has, but is fully participating in business value delivery," said John-David Lovelock, research VP at Gartner.
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TechRadar InformationAge IT Pro Portal
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13D
No-code startup Bryter closes $66m round
Bryter, a German startup in the no-code space, has completed a Series B funding round worth $66bn. The round, led by Tiger Global, comes just eight months after its Series A. Bryter will use the cash to expand into the U.S.. The company's platform offers businesses the chance to develop apps even if they don't have the technical expertise. It counts McDonald’s and Telefónica among its clients.
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