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After Goal Line Technology, AI to detect offside in football?
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Privacy startup Nym Technology raises $ 13 million in Series A funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz
OQ Technology to launch its second cell tower in space
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Parisian startup Kili Technology raises $ 7 million in seed from Serena and e.ventures, with the participation of entrepreneurs such as Olivier Pomel, CEO of Datadog, Nicolas Dessaigne, CEO of Algolia, the founders of PeopleDoc, Stanislas de Bentzmann, CEO of Devoteam and Gus Robertson, CEO of NGINX.

Launched at the end of 2018 by François-Xavier Leduc and Edouard d’Archimbaud, Kili Technology is developing a collaborative platform to support companies in the industrialization of their artificial intelligence projects. To do this, the startup transforms the raw data of its customers (contracts, customer emails, medical imagery, video, aerial image from a drone or satellite, etc.) into annotated data using software.

«The majority of large companies have understood that the intelligence they can create from their data is a key factor of differentiation and sustainability ”, explains Marie Brayer, Partner at Serena. Present in the United States, Canada, China and France, Kili notably supports Crédit Agricole, Safran and other CAC 40 companies.

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Kili Technology: key data

Founders: François-Xavier Leduc and Edouard d’Archimbaud
Creation: 2018
The head office : Paris
Sector: artificial intelligence
Activity: collaborative platform to support companies in the industrialization of their artificial intelligence projects


Funding: $ 7 million in seed from Serena and e.ventures, with the participation of entrepreneurs such as Olivier Pomel, CEO of Datadog, Nicolas Dessaigne, CEO of Algolia, the founders of PeopleDoc, Stanislas de Bentzmann, CEO of Devoteam and Gus Robertson, CEO of NGINX.

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Parisian startup Kili Technology raises $ 7 million in seed from Serena and e.ventures, with the participation of entrepreneurs such as Olivier Pomel, CEO of Datadog, Nicolas Dessaigne, CEO of Algolia, the founders of PeopleDoc, Stanislas de Bentzmann, CEO of Devoteam and Gus Robertson, CEO of NGINX.

Launched at the end of 2018 by François-Xavier Leduc and Edouard d’Archimbaud, Kili Technology is developing a collaborative platform to support companies in the industrialization of their artificial intelligence projects. To do this, the startup transforms the raw data of its customers (contracts, customer emails, medical imagery, video, aerial image from a drone or satellite, etc.) into annotated data using software.

«The majority of large companies have understood that the intelligence they can create from their data is a key factor of differentiation and sustainability ”, explains Marie Brayer, Partner at Serena. Present in the United States, Canada, China and France, Kili notably supports Crédit Agricole, Safran and other CAC 40 companies.

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Kili Technology: key data

Founders: François-Xavier Leduc and Edouard d’Archimbaud
Creation: 2018
The head office : Paris
Sector: artificial intelligence
Activity: collaborative platform to support companies in the industrialization of their artificial intelligence projects


Funding: $ 7 million in seed from Serena and e.ventures, with the participation of entrepreneurs such as Olivier Pomel, CEO of Datadog, Nicolas Dessaigne, CEO of Algolia, the founders of PeopleDoc, Stanislas de Bentzmann, CEO of Devoteam and Gus Robertson, CEO of NGINX.

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) [1] => Array ( [title] => After Goal Line Technology, AI to detect offside in football? [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/after-goal-line-technology-ai-to-detect-offside-in-football/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 26 Nov 2021 17:26:09 +0000 [category] => TechnologyDetectFootballGoalLineoffside [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/after-goal-line-technology-ai-to-detect-offside-in-football/ [description] => The FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 could be the scene of a small... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 could be the scene of a small upheaval, with the arrival of algorithms and cameras to identify offside situations.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will take place in November and December in Qatar, may provide an opportunity to demonstrate new technology intended to aid refereeing. According to information from the British newspaper The Times, cameras scattered around the stadiums will be able to detect a possible case of offside and warn the referee.

The daily explains in its November 25 edition that a first experiment will take place between November 30 and December 16, 2021, on the occasion of the FIFA Arab Cup, a tournament that brings together sixteen African and African nations. Arabian Peninsula. If the results are conclusive, the device could return during the World Cup, but also be invited to the championships and other competitions.

offside football
The general principle of offside: when the attacker is behind the last defender when the ball is sent to him. // Source: Footy.com

The algorithm will not decide, but will raise plausible cases

It is not the algorithms backed by the detection cameras that will decide whether there is an offside or not. It is an arbitrator who will decide. The “artificial intelligence” will be satisfied with raising a possible situation of offside, which it will be necessary to solve by a human opinion. However, this raises a question: by tracing an event of this type, is there a risk that it will influence the arbitration decision a little?

Another question that this type of device can raise is its precision: how far should we go in the fineness of the measurement to determine a case of offside? In principle, it is the place of the head, trunk or legs of an attacker in the opposing camp, in relation to the last defender, which is observed. If the exceedance is microscopic, should a high be declared?

It is not the central referee who will receive the information from the device, but the assistant referees who are placed in a booth and who must intervene for very specific facts of the game – for example, if a penalty has to be awarded to a player. team in the event of a fault on the penalty area or if the goal that was scored must be validated. The VAR (that’s its name), however, has the effect of cutting the rhythm of a match.

What will happen to the referees in the future, with this kind of technology? // Source: John Garghan

As such, the device risks triggering the reluctance of part of the public, who could fear either a misinterpretation of the AI ​​(even if, in the end, it is the assistant referee who analyzes and transmits his opinion to the central referee) or, failing this, an orientation in the decision by the simple fact of having sent him a report. Not to mention the fear of tools that risk chopping the game.

The prospect of an AI capable of intervening in offside positions reminds us in any case that technology has strongly interfered in sport and more particularly in football. The teams thus face the VAR, and also wear sensors to follow their statistics in play. More recently, it is the “Goal Line Technology” which made speak about it, to check if a ball is well entered. the goal.

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The FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 could be the scene of a small upheaval, with the arrival of algorithms and cameras to identify offside situations.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will take place in November and December in Qatar, may provide an opportunity to demonstrate new technology intended to aid refereeing. According to information from the British newspaper The Times, cameras scattered around the stadiums will be able to detect a possible case of offside and warn the referee.

The daily explains in its November 25 edition that a first experiment will take place between November 30 and December 16, 2021, on the occasion of the FIFA Arab Cup, a tournament that brings together sixteen African and African nations. Arabian Peninsula. If the results are conclusive, the device could return during the World Cup, but also be invited to the championships and other competitions.

offside football
The general principle of offside: when the attacker is behind the last defender when the ball is sent to him. // Source: Footy.com

The algorithm will not decide, but will raise plausible cases

It is not the algorithms backed by the detection cameras that will decide whether there is an offside or not. It is an arbitrator who will decide. The “artificial intelligence” will be satisfied with raising a possible situation of offside, which it will be necessary to solve by a human opinion. However, this raises a question: by tracing an event of this type, is there a risk that it will influence the arbitration decision a little?

Another question that this type of device can raise is its precision: how far should we go in the fineness of the measurement to determine a case of offside? In principle, it is the place of the head, trunk or legs of an attacker in the opposing camp, in relation to the last defender, which is observed. If the exceedance is microscopic, should a high be declared?

It is not the central referee who will receive the information from the device, but the assistant referees who are placed in a booth and who must intervene for very specific facts of the game – for example, if a penalty has to be awarded to a player. team in the event of a fault on the penalty area or if the goal that was scored must be validated. The VAR (that’s its name), however, has the effect of cutting the rhythm of a match.

What will happen to the referees in the future, with this kind of technology? // Source: John Garghan

As such, the device risks triggering the reluctance of part of the public, who could fear either a misinterpretation of the AI ​​(even if, in the end, it is the assistant referee who analyzes and transmits his opinion to the central referee) or, failing this, an orientation in the decision by the simple fact of having sent him a report. Not to mention the fear of tools that risk chopping the game.

The prospect of an AI capable of intervening in offside positions reminds us in any case that technology has strongly interfered in sport and more particularly in football. The teams thus face the VAR, and also wear sensors to follow their statistics in play. More recently, it is the “Goal Line Technology” which made speak about it, to check if a ball is well entered. the goal.

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Jeff Boyd

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) [2] => Array ( [title] => The feminization of STEM “Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics” ESIR – École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Rennes Rennes Friday December 3, 2021 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/the-feminization-of-stem-sciences-technology-engineering-and-mathematics-esir-ecole-superieure-dingenieurs-rennes-rennes-friday-december-3-2021/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Thu, 25 Nov 2021 15:07:14 +0000 [category] => TechnologyDecemberdIngénieursÉcoleengineeringESIRfeminizationFridayMathematicsRennesSciencesstemSupérieure [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/the-feminization-of-stem-sciences-technology-engineering-and-mathematics-esir-ecole-superieure-dingenieurs-rennes-rennes-friday-december-3-2021/ [description] => Rennes ESIR – Higher School of Engineers Rennes Ille-et-Vilaine, Rennes Event categories: [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Rennes ESIR – Higher School of Engineers Rennes Ille-et-Vilaine, Rennes




The feminization of STEM “Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics” ESIR – École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Rennes, December 3, 2021, Rennes.

La féminisation des STEM « Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics »
ESIR – École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Rennes, Friday December 3 at 10:15 a.m.
Each year, the ESIR educates its students through conferences on the diversity and parity of careers and professions. In 2021, six speakers will share their experience: * Yveline Lebreton, University professor, astrophysicist at the Paris Observatory, associate researcher at the[Institut de Physique de Rennes](https://ipr.univ-rennes1.fr/) * Fabienne Gauffre, (DR CNRS) in the laboratory [ISCR, Institut des sciences](https://iscr.univ-rennes1.fr/fr) [chimiques de Rennes](https://iscr.univ-rennes1.fr/fr) * Anne Siegel, Director of research at the CNRS in computer science, carrying out her research at the[’irisa (Rennes](https://www.irisa.fr/)) and scientific deputy director at the CNRS headquarters, in charge of the parity policy in the computer laboratories of which the CNRS is supervised * Maud Prévaud, head of the Rennes branch at [ATOS](https://atos.net/fr) * Véronique Pondaven, Program Manager Officer, [Orange Innovation](https://www.orange.com/fr) * Catherine Billard, Bot Expert, [Orange Innovation](https://www.orange.com/fr) The conference will be held in amphitheater N, Bât 42
On registration
A round table organized by ESIR

ESIR – Higher School of Engineers Rennes 263 Av. Général Leclerc, 35042 Rennes Rennes Jeanne d’Arc – Longs Champs – Beaulieu Ille-et-Vilaine


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Rennes ESIR – Higher School of Engineers Rennes Ille-et-Vilaine, Rennes




The feminization of STEM “Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics” ESIR – École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Rennes, December 3, 2021, Rennes.

La féminisation des STEM « Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics »
ESIR – École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Rennes, Friday December 3 at 10:15 a.m.
Each year, the ESIR educates its students through conferences on the diversity and parity of careers and professions. In 2021, six speakers will share their experience: * Yveline Lebreton, University professor, astrophysicist at the Paris Observatory, associate researcher at the[Institut de Physique de Rennes](https://ipr.univ-rennes1.fr/) * Fabienne Gauffre, (DR CNRS) in the laboratory [ISCR, Institut des sciences](https://iscr.univ-rennes1.fr/fr) [chimiques de Rennes](https://iscr.univ-rennes1.fr/fr) * Anne Siegel, Director of research at the CNRS in computer science, carrying out her research at the[’irisa (Rennes](https://www.irisa.fr/)) and scientific deputy director at the CNRS headquarters, in charge of the parity policy in the computer laboratories of which the CNRS is supervised * Maud Prévaud, head of the Rennes branch at [ATOS](https://atos.net/fr) * Véronique Pondaven, Program Manager Officer, [Orange Innovation](https://www.orange.com/fr) * Catherine Billard, Bot Expert, [Orange Innovation](https://www.orange.com/fr) The conference will be held in amphitheater N, Bât 42
On registration
A round table organized by ESIR

ESIR – Higher School of Engineers Rennes 263 Av. Général Leclerc, 35042 Rennes Rennes Jeanne d’Arc – Longs Champs – Beaulieu Ille-et-Vilaine


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2021-12-03T10:15:00 2021-12-03T12:15:00

) [3] => Array ( [title] => Privacy startup Nym Technology raises $ 13 million in Series A funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/privacy-startup-nym-technology-raises-13-million-in-series-a-funding-round-led-by-andreessen-horowitz/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Sun, 21 Nov 2021 21:38:38 +0000 [category] => TechnologyAndreessenfundingHorowitzledmillionNymprivacyraisesseriesstartup [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/privacy-startup-nym-technology-raises-13-million-in-series-a-funding-round-led-by-andreessen-horowitz/ [description] => Nym Technology, the blockchain-powered privacy web startup, has raised $ 13 million in a funding... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Nym Technology, the blockchain-powered privacy web startup, has raised $ 13 million in a funding round that puts its valuation at around $ 270 million.

The round was led by venture capitalist Andreessen Horowitz (a16z Crypto) along with Grayscale’s parent company, Digital Currency Group, Huobi Ventures, Fenbushi Capital, HashKey, Tayssir Capital and over two dozen people who participated in this round. .

Nym aims to be the best choice for “bitcoin and layer 2 solutions” and may even consider integrating its technology with protocols like the Lightning Network, Nym CEO Harry Halpin said in an interview.

The new capital will be used for new hires as Nym aims to expand its team from eight members to almost 4 times. He has previously recruited former US Army intelligence analyst and whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who leaked thousands of classified documents using Tor privacy software.

In the midst of this, Nym co-founder George Danezis also joined the project last month after briefly leaving the project to help design Facebook’s digital currency, Libra (renamed Diem). His other company, Chainspace, which he co-founded, was also bought out by the social media giant.

Starting next year, Nym also plans to award grants to independent third-party developers.

Just four months ago, Polychain Capital led a $ 6.5 million investment in Nym, and before that, in 2019, the venture capital arm of Binance had made an initial investment of $ 2.5 million. in the privacy startup.

“Encryption is becoming an extremely important component of the Internet today, and Nym provides privacy at the lower layer as the basis for other private solutions to be built,” said Ali Yahya, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz .

Make privacy a reality on the Internet

The three-year-old Swiss company uses mixnet, where node operators are rewarded with tokens to mix internet traffic and make it difficult for adversaries to get information at the highest level, including mass surveillance at scale. national like the NSA.

Nym also offers privacy identification services to allow users to authorize access to part of their business only when necessary without revealing their identity.

Currently operating in test mode, Nym has around 5,000 nodes and 30 validators, with plans to operate at full capacity by the end of this year.

Just last week, the team launched a desktop wallet that allows node operators to pledge their tokens to join the Nym network. In return, they earn more tokens according to their quantity and the quality of their work by mixing internet traffic. It guarantees the quality of services while encouraging minors to do a job well done.

These financial incentives, along with the potential of the mixnet, according to Halpin, will help Nym “make privacy real across the Internet.”

In addition to the wallet, Nym Network has also released open source code for the world’s first Mixnet explorer, which it defines as an essential tool for decentralized quality control and security auditing.

Additionally, Nym’s tokenomics has been fully encrypted and implemented on the Milhon testnet, the team said during its weekly developer update.

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Nym Technology, the blockchain-powered privacy web startup, has raised $ 13 million in a funding round that puts its valuation at around $ 270 million.

The round was led by venture capitalist Andreessen Horowitz (a16z Crypto) along with Grayscale’s parent company, Digital Currency Group, Huobi Ventures, Fenbushi Capital, HashKey, Tayssir Capital and over two dozen people who participated in this round. .

Nym aims to be the best choice for “bitcoin and layer 2 solutions” and may even consider integrating its technology with protocols like the Lightning Network, Nym CEO Harry Halpin said in an interview.

The new capital will be used for new hires as Nym aims to expand its team from eight members to almost 4 times. He has previously recruited former US Army intelligence analyst and whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who leaked thousands of classified documents using Tor privacy software.

In the midst of this, Nym co-founder George Danezis also joined the project last month after briefly leaving the project to help design Facebook’s digital currency, Libra (renamed Diem). His other company, Chainspace, which he co-founded, was also bought out by the social media giant.

Starting next year, Nym also plans to award grants to independent third-party developers.

Just four months ago, Polychain Capital led a $ 6.5 million investment in Nym, and before that, in 2019, the venture capital arm of Binance had made an initial investment of $ 2.5 million. in the privacy startup.

“Encryption is becoming an extremely important component of the Internet today, and Nym provides privacy at the lower layer as the basis for other private solutions to be built,” said Ali Yahya, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz .

Make privacy a reality on the Internet

The three-year-old Swiss company uses mixnet, where node operators are rewarded with tokens to mix internet traffic and make it difficult for adversaries to get information at the highest level, including mass surveillance at scale. national like the NSA.

Nym also offers privacy identification services to allow users to authorize access to part of their business only when necessary without revealing their identity.

Currently operating in test mode, Nym has around 5,000 nodes and 30 validators, with plans to operate at full capacity by the end of this year.

Just last week, the team launched a desktop wallet that allows node operators to pledge their tokens to join the Nym network. In return, they earn more tokens according to their quantity and the quality of their work by mixing internet traffic. It guarantees the quality of services while encouraging minors to do a job well done.

These financial incentives, along with the potential of the mixnet, according to Halpin, will help Nym “make privacy real across the Internet.”

In addition to the wallet, Nym Network has also released open source code for the world’s first Mixnet explorer, which it defines as an essential tool for decentralized quality control and security auditing.

Additionally, Nym’s tokenomics has been fully encrypted and implemented on the Milhon testnet, the team said during its weekly developer update.

) [4] => Array ( [title] => OQ Technology to launch its second cell tower in space [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/oq-technology-to-launch-its-second-cell-tower-in-space/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Sat, 20 Nov 2021 06:42:34 +0000 [category] => Technologycelllaunchspacetower [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/oq-technology-to-launch-its-second-cell-tower-in-space/ [description] => OQ Technology will add another “cell tower in space” to its 5G IoT constellation. This... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

OQ Technology will add another “cell tower in space” to its 5G IoT constellation. This technology will ultimately provide real-time global connectivity with ultra-reliable, low latency communication (URLLC).

With “Tiger-3”, OQ Technology expands its global constellation of satellites for 5G IoT applications. This most recent mission follows the successful launch and testing of its Tiger -2 satellite. In addition, it improves access, increases capacity and reduces revisit times for our customers.

OQ confirms Tiger-3 schedule to join 5G IoT constellation

OQ Technology founder said the company’s satellite and telecommunications capabilities are improving and become more powerful with each launch. Described as a ‘cell tower in space’, OQ’s new technology aims to provide real-time global connectivity. It offers ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) and massive machine-to-machine communications (mMTC) for applications in rural and remote areas.

In fact, this 5G IoT /M2M is particularly suitable for applications in various sectors. In particular oil and gas, logistics, mining and defense. Adhering to the global 3GPP standard for Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), enables OQ to deliver a cost-effective and highly scalable system. In addition, it provides access to a large ecosystem of cellular chip suppliers and operators. According to OQ, the satellite will be launched in 2022.

OQ Tchnology undertakes various more advanced operations

In addition to testing the Tiger-2 satellite, the company tested its user terminal in harsh desert conditions. During these tests, OQ was able to collect data on client assets, by connecting smart meters to the satellite.

pcloud

During these tests, OQ Technology was able to send the terminal’s GPS position to the satellite from inside a moving car with no direct line of sight to the sky. Even buried in the desert sands, the terminal continued to send signals to the satellite. It is therefore ideally suited for many agricultural applications. In addition, the high level of signal-to-noise ratio exceeded OQ’s high expectations.

This ability to track terminals even indoors and covered in sand has enabled OQ tooffer other innovative services to its customers. It opens the door to many potential use cases that other satellite operators cannot provide. And it demonstrates the impact and possibilities of this new generation of 5G satellite.

In addition, this product works equally well with GSM / LTE-M / NB-IoT as well as satellite uplink and downlink. he can connect to a maximum of 1000 sensors using multiple inputs / outputs. It supports multiple SIM cards and can be powered by a battery that survives for several years.

OQ Technology aims to connect 70 to 80% of the world without internet access, initially providing possibilities for latency tolerant applications.

) [summary] => OQ Technology will add another “cell tower in space” to its 5G IoT constellation. This... [atom_content] =>

OQ Technology will add another “cell tower in space” to its 5G IoT constellation. This technology will ultimately provide real-time global connectivity with ultra-reliable, low latency communication (URLLC).

With “Tiger-3”, OQ Technology expands its global constellation of satellites for 5G IoT applications. This most recent mission follows the successful launch and testing of its Tiger -2 satellite. In addition, it improves access, increases capacity and reduces revisit times for our customers.

OQ confirms Tiger-3 schedule to join 5G IoT constellation

OQ Technology founder said the company’s satellite and telecommunications capabilities are improving and become more powerful with each launch. Described as a ‘cell tower in space’, OQ’s new technology aims to provide real-time global connectivity. It offers ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) and massive machine-to-machine communications (mMTC) for applications in rural and remote areas.

In fact, this 5G IoT /M2M is particularly suitable for applications in various sectors. In particular oil and gas, logistics, mining and defense. Adhering to the global 3GPP standard for Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), enables OQ to deliver a cost-effective and highly scalable system. In addition, it provides access to a large ecosystem of cellular chip suppliers and operators. According to OQ, the satellite will be launched in 2022.

OQ Tchnology undertakes various more advanced operations

In addition to testing the Tiger-2 satellite, the company tested its user terminal in harsh desert conditions. During these tests, OQ was able to collect data on client assets, by connecting smart meters to the satellite.

pcloud

During these tests, OQ Technology was able to send the terminal’s GPS position to the satellite from inside a moving car with no direct line of sight to the sky. Even buried in the desert sands, the terminal continued to send signals to the satellite. It is therefore ideally suited for many agricultural applications. In addition, the high level of signal-to-noise ratio exceeded OQ’s high expectations.

This ability to track terminals even indoors and covered in sand has enabled OQ tooffer other innovative services to its customers. It opens the door to many potential use cases that other satellite operators cannot provide. And it demonstrates the impact and possibilities of this new generation of 5G satellite.

In addition, this product works equally well with GSM / LTE-M / NB-IoT as well as satellite uplink and downlink. he can connect to a maximum of 1000 sensors using multiple inputs / outputs. It supports multiple SIM cards and can be powered by a battery that survives for several years.

OQ Technology aims to connect 70 to 80% of the world without internet access, initially providing possibilities for latency tolerant applications.

) [5] => Array ( [title] => Viva Technology 2021: Moroccan startups in force [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/viva-technology-2021-moroccan-startups-in-force/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Wed, 17 Nov 2021 16:18:21 +0000 [category] => TechnologyForceMoroccanstartupsviva [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/viva-technology-2021-moroccan-startups-in-force/ [description] => The UM6P Ecosystem, in partnership with the OCP Group, is showcasing 13 startups and 4... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The UM6P Ecosystem, in partnership with the OCP Group, is showcasing 13 startups and 4 Moroccan solutions at the fifth edition of the largest technology fair in Europe Viva Technology 2021.

Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), in partnership with the OCP Group, represents technological innovation “Made in Morocco” at the fifth edition of Viva Technology (VivaTech) which took place from June 16 to 19, in Paris. Startups and innovative solutions from the UM6P-OCP ecosystem were presented virtually throughout the four days in order to promote their products, solutions or services under a virtual stand carried by UM6P to startups, unicorns and investors around the world. To this end, the UM6P stand highlighted a selection of innovations from its ecosystem focused on applied research, innovation and entrepreneurship and will host a workshop on the third day.

Innovative solutions made in Morocco
At the level of applied research, two solutions supported by R&D laboratories of UM6P were selected with the desire to reflect the return on experience of the university and its active participation in the national effort for the development of solutions against the SARS-CoV, through, among other things, the implementation of several breakthrough technology solutions “Made in Morocco” present during this fifth edition. These are Nafas, the first Moroccan resuscitation and intensive care ventilator, and Spectro, a device for the real-time screening without reagents of Covid-19 negative patients carried by the MAScIR Foundation, a research and development institution under of UM6P.

At the level of the OCP Group, two innovative solutions were put forward at Viva Tech. The OCP Group’s Digital Innovation Lab (DIL), in collaboration with the business teams, supported the prototyping and testing of technological solutions developed by start-ups. Two flagship innovations are presented at Viva Tech. These include driving in low visibility: A digital solution based on the installation of lidars on trucks and an on-board driving assistance system on the dashboard for drivers, it will allow operations to continue without risk of collision or production stoppages. The solution is developed by the Tunisian start-up Enova Robotics, winner of the Mining Challenge by OCP.

The second innovation concerns the inspection of ship holds using drones: it was an African first and enabled the optimization of maritime transshipment operations at Jorf Lasfar. Developed by the start-up Drone Reveal, the solution enabled Jorf Lasfar’s teams to inspect the holds of more than one hundred bulk carriers, a real technical challenge on a global level.

Sanae Raqui / Eco Inspirations

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The UM6P Ecosystem, in partnership with the OCP Group, is showcasing 13 startups and 4 Moroccan solutions at the fifth edition of the largest technology fair in Europe Viva Technology 2021.

Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), in partnership with the OCP Group, represents technological innovation “Made in Morocco” at the fifth edition of Viva Technology (VivaTech) which took place from June 16 to 19, in Paris. Startups and innovative solutions from the UM6P-OCP ecosystem were presented virtually throughout the four days in order to promote their products, solutions or services under a virtual stand carried by UM6P to startups, unicorns and investors around the world. To this end, the UM6P stand highlighted a selection of innovations from its ecosystem focused on applied research, innovation and entrepreneurship and will host a workshop on the third day.

Innovative solutions made in Morocco
At the level of applied research, two solutions supported by R&D laboratories of UM6P were selected with the desire to reflect the return on experience of the university and its active participation in the national effort for the development of solutions against the SARS-CoV, through, among other things, the implementation of several breakthrough technology solutions “Made in Morocco” present during this fifth edition. These are Nafas, the first Moroccan resuscitation and intensive care ventilator, and Spectro, a device for the real-time screening without reagents of Covid-19 negative patients carried by the MAScIR Foundation, a research and development institution under of UM6P.

At the level of the OCP Group, two innovative solutions were put forward at Viva Tech. The OCP Group’s Digital Innovation Lab (DIL), in collaboration with the business teams, supported the prototyping and testing of technological solutions developed by start-ups. Two flagship innovations are presented at Viva Tech. These include driving in low visibility: A digital solution based on the installation of lidars on trucks and an on-board driving assistance system on the dashboard for drivers, it will allow operations to continue without risk of collision or production stoppages. The solution is developed by the Tunisian start-up Enova Robotics, winner of the Mining Challenge by OCP.

The second innovation concerns the inspection of ship holds using drones: it was an African first and enabled the optimization of maritime transshipment operations at Jorf Lasfar. Developed by the start-up Drone Reveal, the solution enabled Jorf Lasfar’s teams to inspect the holds of more than one hundred bulk carriers, a real technical challenge on a global level.

Sanae Raqui / Eco Inspirations

) [6] => Array ( [title] => ThinkOn Named One of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50TM Program Winners and Ranked 451 Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte Technology Fast 500TM 2021 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/thinkon-named-one-of-deloittes-technology-fast-50tm-program-winners-and-ranked-451-fastest-growing-company-in-north-america-on-deloitte-technology-fast-500tm-2021/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Wed, 17 Nov 2021 15:46:48 +0000 [category] => Technology500TM50TMAméricacompanydeloitteDeloittesFastfastestGrowingnamedNorthprogramRankedThinkOnwinners [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/thinkon-named-one-of-deloittes-technology-fast-50tm-program-winners-and-ranked-451-fastest-growing-company-in-north-america-on-deloitte-technology-fast-500tm-2021/ [description] => In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is named to two rankings, Technology Fast 50TM and Fast 500TM from Deloitte

TORONTO, 17 nov. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ThinkOn Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been ranked 451 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 chartMC this year, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing companies in North America in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy technology sectors. Deloitte also named ThinkOn to its Technology Fast 50 rankingMC for its rapid revenue growth, entrepreneurial spirit and daring innovation.

« [TRADUCTION] We are thrilled to be included in Deloitte’s Canadian and North American rankings for this year, ”said Craig McLellan, Founder and CEO of ThinkOn. “The entire ThinkOn team and our partners and customers are critical to our success. I would like to thank all those who allowed us to obtain this recognition. I look forward to continuing our growth and, above all, continuing to offer our clients data protection services that make a real difference, thanks to a team of true professionals. “

To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 ™ category, companies must own either proprietary intellectual property or patented technology sold to customers in products that help generate the majority of the company’s operating revenue. Companies must have generated operating revenue of at least US $ 50,000 for a base year, while their current year operating revenue must total at least US $ 5 million. Companies must have been in business for at least four years and be headquartered in North America.

« [TRADUCTION] Each year, the Technology Fast 500MC spotlights leaders in technology innovation, and this year is no exception, ”said Paul Silverglate, vice president, Deloitte LLP, and leader of the technology industry in the United States. “Although faced with the myriad challenges that have arisen from the pandemic, the best and most talented in the industry have been able to adapt, reinvent themselves, transform and grow. We celebrate the winning organizations and, most importantly, the talented employees who are at the heart of their success. “

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programMC takes place alongside the expanded North American Technology Fast 500 programMC by Deloitte. To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankingMC, companies must meet the criteria of the Fast 500 categoryMC, have their head office in Canada and carry out their research and development activities there, own patented technology and invest at least 5% of their gross revenues in research and development.

The Technology Fast 50 awardsMC of Deloitte celebrates world-class accomplishments, as well as the tremendous evolution of the Canadian technology sector. The ranking recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies with the highest percentage revenue growth from 2017 to 2020.

A proud Canadian company, ThinkOn is a true industry leader in Canadian cloud security standards. Aligning with strict technical principles and requirements for compliance and data sovereignty, the company has become the go-to supplier to Canadian government agencies and other organizations in the public and private sectors.

« [TRADUCTION] At the end of another year of uncertainties, we are particularly proud to announce the winners of the Fast 50 categoryMC of this year, ”says Anders McKenzie, Partner and National Leader of the Technology Fast 50 ProgramMC at Deloitte Canada. “These innovative pioneers have demonstrated resilience, a genuine commitment to innovation, adaptability and business leadership in an era characterized by an ever-evolving new normal. Companies in the Fast 50 rankingMC serve as catalysts, and stimulate the growth of Canadian businesses. “

About ThinkOn Inc.

ThinkOn Inc. is a cloud service provider dedicated to solving complex data problems through its portfolio of turnkey Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions. ThinkOn’s channel-only distribution model enables more than 150 VARs and Managed Service Providers to serve the data needs of more than 1,800 companies in the public and commercial enterprise sectors in North America, UK and Australia. ThinkOn’s cloud services have been designed to deliver ultra-high availability and scalability to securely host, manage and store all types of data processing workloads on industry-leading technology platforms. industry.

www.thinkon.com

About Deloitte
The Deloitte brand refers to one or more entities of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, and their affiliates. DTTL and each of its member firms are legally separate and independent entities. DTTL (also referred to as “Deloitte Global”) does not provide any service to clients. In the United States, Deloitte refers to one or more entities of the US member companies of DTTL, their affiliates that do business as “Deloitte” in the United States and the companies of their respective groups. Certain services may not be offered to our assurance clients under the rules and regulations of public accountancy. Please visit www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about our global network of member firms.

For more information: (media only). Please contact Sarah Finney, Marketing Director, ThinkOn Inc. 1-844-888-4465 sarah.finney@thinkon.com

) [summary] => In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is... [atom_content] =>

In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is named to two rankings, Technology Fast 50TM and Fast 500TM from Deloitte

TORONTO, 17 nov. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ThinkOn Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been ranked 451 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 chartMC this year, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing companies in North America in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy technology sectors. Deloitte also named ThinkOn to its Technology Fast 50 rankingMC for its rapid revenue growth, entrepreneurial spirit and daring innovation.

« [TRADUCTION] We are thrilled to be included in Deloitte’s Canadian and North American rankings for this year, ”said Craig McLellan, Founder and CEO of ThinkOn. “The entire ThinkOn team and our partners and customers are critical to our success. I would like to thank all those who allowed us to obtain this recognition. I look forward to continuing our growth and, above all, continuing to offer our clients data protection services that make a real difference, thanks to a team of true professionals. “

To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 ™ category, companies must own either proprietary intellectual property or patented technology sold to customers in products that help generate the majority of the company’s operating revenue. Companies must have generated operating revenue of at least US $ 50,000 for a base year, while their current year operating revenue must total at least US $ 5 million. Companies must have been in business for at least four years and be headquartered in North America.

« [TRADUCTION] Each year, the Technology Fast 500MC spotlights leaders in technology innovation, and this year is no exception, ”said Paul Silverglate, vice president, Deloitte LLP, and leader of the technology industry in the United States. “Although faced with the myriad challenges that have arisen from the pandemic, the best and most talented in the industry have been able to adapt, reinvent themselves, transform and grow. We celebrate the winning organizations and, most importantly, the talented employees who are at the heart of their success. “

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programMC takes place alongside the expanded North American Technology Fast 500 programMC by Deloitte. To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankingMC, companies must meet the criteria of the Fast 500 categoryMC, have their head office in Canada and carry out their research and development activities there, own patented technology and invest at least 5% of their gross revenues in research and development.

The Technology Fast 50 awardsMC of Deloitte celebrates world-class accomplishments, as well as the tremendous evolution of the Canadian technology sector. The ranking recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies with the highest percentage revenue growth from 2017 to 2020.

A proud Canadian company, ThinkOn is a true industry leader in Canadian cloud security standards. Aligning with strict technical principles and requirements for compliance and data sovereignty, the company has become the go-to supplier to Canadian government agencies and other organizations in the public and private sectors.

« [TRADUCTION] At the end of another year of uncertainties, we are particularly proud to announce the winners of the Fast 50 categoryMC of this year, ”says Anders McKenzie, Partner and National Leader of the Technology Fast 50 ProgramMC at Deloitte Canada. “These innovative pioneers have demonstrated resilience, a genuine commitment to innovation, adaptability and business leadership in an era characterized by an ever-evolving new normal. Companies in the Fast 50 rankingMC serve as catalysts, and stimulate the growth of Canadian businesses. “

About ThinkOn Inc.

ThinkOn Inc. is a cloud service provider dedicated to solving complex data problems through its portfolio of turnkey Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions. ThinkOn’s channel-only distribution model enables more than 150 VARs and Managed Service Providers to serve the data needs of more than 1,800 companies in the public and commercial enterprise sectors in North America, UK and Australia. ThinkOn’s cloud services have been designed to deliver ultra-high availability and scalability to securely host, manage and store all types of data processing workloads on industry-leading technology platforms. industry.

www.thinkon.com

About Deloitte
The Deloitte brand refers to one or more entities of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, and their affiliates. DTTL and each of its member firms are legally separate and independent entities. DTTL (also referred to as “Deloitte Global”) does not provide any service to clients. In the United States, Deloitte refers to one or more entities of the US member companies of DTTL, their affiliates that do business as “Deloitte” in the United States and the companies of their respective groups. Certain services may not be offered to our assurance clients under the rules and regulations of public accountancy. Please visit www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about our global network of member firms.

For more information: (media only). Please contact Sarah Finney, Marketing Director, ThinkOn Inc. 1-844-888-4465 sarah.finney@thinkon.com

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In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is named to two rankings, Technology Fast 50TM and Fast 500TM from Deloitte

TORONTO, 17 nov. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ThinkOn Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been ranked 451 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 chartMC this year, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing companies in North America in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy technology sectors. Deloitte also named ThinkOn to its Technology Fast 50 rankingMC for its rapid revenue growth, entrepreneurial spirit and daring innovation.

« [TRADUCTION] We are thrilled to be included in Deloitte’s Canadian and North American rankings for this year, ”said Craig McLellan, Founder and CEO of ThinkOn. “The entire ThinkOn team and our partners and customers are critical to our success. I would like to thank all those who allowed us to obtain this recognition. I look forward to continuing our growth and, above all, continuing to offer our clients data protection services that make a real difference, thanks to a team of true professionals. “

To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 ™ category, companies must own either proprietary intellectual property or patented technology sold to customers in products that help generate the majority of the company’s operating revenue. Companies must have generated operating revenue of at least US $ 50,000 for a base year, while their current year operating revenue must total at least US $ 5 million. Companies must have been in business for at least four years and be headquartered in North America.

« [TRADUCTION] Each year, the Technology Fast 500MC spotlights leaders in technology innovation, and this year is no exception, ”said Paul Silverglate, vice president, Deloitte LLP, and leader of the technology industry in the United States. “Although faced with the myriad challenges that have arisen from the pandemic, the best and most talented in the industry have been able to adapt, reinvent themselves, transform and grow. We celebrate the winning organizations and, most importantly, the talented employees who are at the heart of their success. “

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programMC takes place alongside the expanded North American Technology Fast 500 programMC by Deloitte. To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankingMC, companies must meet the criteria of the Fast 500 categoryMC, have their head office in Canada and carry out their research and development activities there, own patented technology and invest at least 5% of their gross revenues in research and development.

The Technology Fast 50 awardsMC of Deloitte celebrates world-class accomplishments, as well as the tremendous evolution of the Canadian technology sector. The ranking recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies with the highest percentage revenue growth from 2017 to 2020.

A proud Canadian company, ThinkOn is a true industry leader in Canadian cloud security standards. Aligning with strict technical principles and requirements for compliance and data sovereignty, the company has become the go-to supplier to Canadian government agencies and other organizations in the public and private sectors.

« [TRADUCTION] At the end of another year of uncertainties, we are particularly proud to announce the winners of the Fast 50 categoryMC of this year, ”says Anders McKenzie, Partner and National Leader of the Technology Fast 50 ProgramMC at Deloitte Canada. “These innovative pioneers have demonstrated resilience, a genuine commitment to innovation, adaptability and business leadership in an era characterized by an ever-evolving new normal. Companies in the Fast 50 rankingMC serve as catalysts, and stimulate the growth of Canadian businesses. “

About ThinkOn Inc.

ThinkOn Inc. is a cloud service provider dedicated to solving complex data problems through its portfolio of turnkey Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions. ThinkOn’s channel-only distribution model enables more than 150 VARs and Managed Service Providers to serve the data needs of more than 1,800 companies in the public and commercial enterprise sectors in North America, UK and Australia. ThinkOn’s cloud services have been designed to deliver ultra-high availability and scalability to securely host, manage and store all types of data processing workloads on industry-leading technology platforms. industry.

www.thinkon.com

About Deloitte
The Deloitte brand refers to one or more entities of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, and their affiliates. DTTL and each of its member firms are legally separate and independent entities. DTTL (also referred to as “Deloitte Global”) does not provide any service to clients. In the United States, Deloitte refers to one or more entities of the US member companies of DTTL, their affiliates that do business as “Deloitte” in the United States and the companies of their respective groups. Certain services may not be offered to our assurance clients under the rules and regulations of public accountancy. Please visit www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about our global network of member firms.

For more information: (media only). Please contact Sarah Finney, Marketing Director, ThinkOn Inc. 1-844-888-4465 sarah.finney@thinkon.com

) [summary] => In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is... [atom_content] =>

In recognition of its commitment to innovation and service, and exceptional revenue growth, ThinkOn is named to two rankings, Technology Fast 50TM and Fast 500TM from Deloitte

TORONTO, 17 nov. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ThinkOn Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been ranked 451 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 chartMC this year, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing companies in North America in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy technology sectors. Deloitte also named ThinkOn to its Technology Fast 50 rankingMC for its rapid revenue growth, entrepreneurial spirit and daring innovation.

« [TRADUCTION] We are thrilled to be included in Deloitte’s Canadian and North American rankings for this year, ”said Craig McLellan, Founder and CEO of ThinkOn. “The entire ThinkOn team and our partners and customers are critical to our success. I would like to thank all those who allowed us to obtain this recognition. I look forward to continuing our growth and, above all, continuing to offer our clients data protection services that make a real difference, thanks to a team of true professionals. “

To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 ™ category, companies must own either proprietary intellectual property or patented technology sold to customers in products that help generate the majority of the company’s operating revenue. Companies must have generated operating revenue of at least US $ 50,000 for a base year, while their current year operating revenue must total at least US $ 5 million. Companies must have been in business for at least four years and be headquartered in North America.

« [TRADUCTION] Each year, the Technology Fast 500MC spotlights leaders in technology innovation, and this year is no exception, ”said Paul Silverglate, vice president, Deloitte LLP, and leader of the technology industry in the United States. “Although faced with the myriad challenges that have arisen from the pandemic, the best and most talented in the industry have been able to adapt, reinvent themselves, transform and grow. We celebrate the winning organizations and, most importantly, the talented employees who are at the heart of their success. “

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programMC takes place alongside the expanded North American Technology Fast 500 programMC by Deloitte. To be eligible for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankingMC, companies must meet the criteria of the Fast 500 categoryMC, have their head office in Canada and carry out their research and development activities there, own patented technology and invest at least 5% of their gross revenues in research and development.

The Technology Fast 50 awardsMC of Deloitte celebrates world-class accomplishments, as well as the tremendous evolution of the Canadian technology sector. The ranking recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies with the highest percentage revenue growth from 2017 to 2020.

A proud Canadian company, ThinkOn is a true industry leader in Canadian cloud security standards. Aligning with strict technical principles and requirements for compliance and data sovereignty, the company has become the go-to supplier to Canadian government agencies and other organizations in the public and private sectors.

« [TRADUCTION] At the end of another year of uncertainties, we are particularly proud to announce the winners of the Fast 50 categoryMC of this year, ”says Anders McKenzie, Partner and National Leader of the Technology Fast 50 ProgramMC at Deloitte Canada. “These innovative pioneers have demonstrated resilience, a genuine commitment to innovation, adaptability and business leadership in an era characterized by an ever-evolving new normal. Companies in the Fast 50 rankingMC serve as catalysts, and stimulate the growth of Canadian businesses. “

About ThinkOn Inc.

ThinkOn Inc. is a cloud service provider dedicated to solving complex data problems through its portfolio of turnkey Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions. ThinkOn’s channel-only distribution model enables more than 150 VARs and Managed Service Providers to serve the data needs of more than 1,800 companies in the public and commercial enterprise sectors in North America, UK and Australia. ThinkOn’s cloud services have been designed to deliver ultra-high availability and scalability to securely host, manage and store all types of data processing workloads on industry-leading technology platforms. industry.

www.thinkon.com

About Deloitte
The Deloitte brand refers to one or more entities of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, and their affiliates. DTTL and each of its member firms are legally separate and independent entities. DTTL (also referred to as “Deloitte Global”) does not provide any service to clients. In the United States, Deloitte refers to one or more entities of the US member companies of DTTL, their affiliates that do business as “Deloitte” in the United States and the companies of their respective groups. Certain services may not be offered to our assurance clients under the rules and regulations of public accountancy. Please visit www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about our global network of member firms.

For more information: (media only). Please contact Sarah Finney, Marketing Director, ThinkOn Inc. 1-844-888-4465 sarah.finney@thinkon.com

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Explorance continues to rank among the fastest growing companies in North America and Canada

MONTREAL and CHICAGO, Nov. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Explorance, a global leader in experience measurement solutions for students and employees, today announces it is ranked at number 463 on the charts Technology Fast 500MC and number 49 of programs technology almost 50MC. This year, these programs distinguish the fastest growing companies, based on the rate of revenue growth between 2017 and 2020. Explorance’s revenue growth is attributed to its unique ability to accelerate the flow cycle from ideas to the action of its customers.

“Explorance’s growth is the result of our clients’ recognition that to achieve organizational agility, they must focus on accelerating the cycle from ideas to action and committing to a culture of inclusion and lifelong learning, ”said Samer Saab, CEO of Explorance. “We aim to be the platform where every voice is heard and can make all the difference. Whether it’s a student looking to prepare for the world of work or an employee who wants to tell their own story of impact and progression, this process of continuous improvement in turn leads to personal growth and business success, ”adds Saab.

Scalable solutions continuous learning Explorance transform any source of qualitative textual data, including any informal feedback network, into guided actions, driving richer experiences across the organization. In 2021 alone, more than 20 million students and employees from all over the world were able to express their opinions using Explorance tools.

Le programme Technology Fast 500MC of 2021 recognizes companies that recorded an increase in revenue ranging from 212% to 87,037%. The Canadian Technology Fast 50 programMC recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Canada. In addition to the continuous increase in its revenues over the past 4 years, Explorance has not only posted a 115% increase in its number of clients, but also a wider expansion into new markets. In addition, Explorance has seen a significant increase in its market share from 1% to 35% of Fortune 100 companies. This is now the third time that Explorance has been recognized for its rapid growth. .

Find out how your organization can achieve similar results by viewing our experts.

About Explorance
Explorance is a provider of innovative experience measurement solutions, enabling more than 20 million students and employees around the world to express themselves and be heard. This, in turn, enables organizations to improve the overall experience, participation and inclusion of all of their key stakeholders. With scalable automation and advanced prescriptive machine learning (AI) capabilities, such as Blue solutionsMD et Metrics That MatterMC, combined with world-class expertise and services in this area, Explorance facilitates continuous improvement and accelerates the cycle from ideas to action, leading to personal growth and organizational agility.

Founded in 2003, Explorance is headquartered in Montreal, with business units in Chicago, Chennai, Melbourne, Amman and London. Explorance works with 35% of Fortune 100 companies and 25% of the largest institutions of higher education, including 8 of the 10 largest business schools in the world. The company has customers in more than 40 countries. Since 2014, Explorance has been ranked consecutively among the best employers by the Great Places to Work InstituteMD and is currently ranked # 1 for ‘Best Workplaces in Canada’ for 2021. For more information, please visit Explorance.com and connect with us at LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter @explorance.

About the 2021 edition of the Technology Fast 500 programMC
Now in its 27th year, the Technology Fast 500 programMC provides a ranking of the fastest growing tech, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and energy companies – public and private – in North America. The winning companies of the Technology Fast 500 programMC are selected based on revenue growth for the years 2017 to 2020.

To be eligible for the Technology Fast 500 programMC, companies must own proprietary technology or intellectual property that is sold to consumers as products and that accounts for the majority of those companies’ operating revenues. Base year operating revenues must be at least US $ 50,000 and current year revenues at least US $ 5 million. In addition, companies must have been in business for at least four years and be headquartered in North America.

About the Technology Fast 50 programMC
The Technology Fast 50 programMC is the largest technology rewards program in Canada. Highlighting business growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, it includes distinct categories, including the Technology Fast 50 ranking.MC, the Fast 15 Enterprises award, the Clean Technology award and the Promising Companies award. The program also recognizes companies in the North American Technology Fast 500 ranking.MC, which targets technology companies in the United States and Canada. The 2021 program sponsors are Royal Bank of Canada, EDC, Miller Thomson, Clarity Recruitment and Lafond. To learn more, visit www.fast50.ca.

A photo accompanying this press release is available at the following address:
https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/b296a98f-9233-48f4-9229-7b46064a6b77/fr

) [summary] => Explorance continues to rank among the fastest growing companies in North America and Canada MONTREAL... [atom_content] =>

Explorance continues to rank among the fastest growing companies in North America and Canada

MONTREAL and CHICAGO, Nov. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Explorance, a global leader in experience measurement solutions for students and employees, today announces it is ranked at number 463 on the charts Technology Fast 500MC and number 49 of programs technology almost 50MC. This year, these programs distinguish the fastest growing companies, based on the rate of revenue growth between 2017 and 2020. Explorance’s revenue growth is attributed to its unique ability to accelerate the flow cycle from ideas to the action of its customers.

“Explorance’s growth is the result of our clients’ recognition that to achieve organizational agility, they must focus on accelerating the cycle from ideas to action and committing to a culture of inclusion and lifelong learning, ”said Samer Saab, CEO of Explorance. “We aim to be the platform where every voice is heard and can make all the difference. Whether it’s a student looking to prepare for the world of work or an employee who wants to tell their own story of impact and progression, this process of continuous improvement in turn leads to personal growth and business success, ”adds Saab.

Scalable solutions continuous learning Explorance transform any source of qualitative textual data, including any informal feedback network, into guided actions, driving richer experiences across the organization. In 2021 alone, more than 20 million students and employees from all over the world were able to express their opinions using Explorance tools.

Le programme Technology Fast 500MC of 2021 recognizes companies that recorded an increase in revenue ranging from 212% to 87,037%. The Canadian Technology Fast 50 programMC recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Canada. In addition to the continuous increase in its revenues over the past 4 years, Explorance has not only posted a 115% increase in its number of clients, but also a wider expansion into new markets. In addition, Explorance has seen a significant increase in its market share from 1% to 35% of Fortune 100 companies. This is now the third time that Explorance has been recognized for its rapid growth. .

Find out how your organization can achieve similar results by viewing our experts.

About Explorance
Explorance is a provider of innovative experience measurement solutions, enabling more than 20 million students and employees around the world to express themselves and be heard. This, in turn, enables organizations to improve the overall experience, participation and inclusion of all of their key stakeholders. With scalable automation and advanced prescriptive machine learning (AI) capabilities, such as Blue solutionsMD et Metrics That MatterMC, combined with world-class expertise and services in this area, Explorance facilitates continuous improvement and accelerates the cycle from ideas to action, leading to personal growth and organizational agility.

Founded in 2003, Explorance is headquartered in Montreal, with business units in Chicago, Chennai, Melbourne, Amman and London. Explorance works with 35% of Fortune 100 companies and 25% of the largest institutions of higher education, including 8 of the 10 largest business schools in the world. The company has customers in more than 40 countries. Since 2014, Explorance has been ranked consecutively among the best employers by the Great Places to Work InstituteMD and is currently ranked # 1 for ‘Best Workplaces in Canada’ for 2021. For more information, please visit Explorance.com and connect with us at LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter @explorance.

About the 2021 edition of the Technology Fast 500 programMC
Now in its 27th year, the Technology Fast 500 programMC provides a ranking of the fastest growing tech, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and energy companies – public and private – in North America. The winning companies of the Technology Fast 500 programMC are selected based on revenue growth for the years 2017 to 2020.

To be eligible for the Technology Fast 500 programMC, companies must own proprietary technology or intellectual property that is sold to consumers as products and that accounts for the majority of those companies’ operating revenues. Base year operating revenues must be at least US $ 50,000 and current year revenues at least US $ 5 million. In addition, companies must have been in business for at least four years and be headquartered in North America.

About the Technology Fast 50 programMC
The Technology Fast 50 programMC is the largest technology rewards program in Canada. Highlighting business growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, it includes distinct categories, including the Technology Fast 50 ranking.MC, the Fast 15 Enterprises award, the Clean Technology award and the Promising Companies award. The program also recognizes companies in the North American Technology Fast 500 ranking.MC, which targets technology companies in the United States and Canada. The 2021 program sponsors are Royal Bank of Canada, EDC, Miller Thomson, Clarity Recruitment and Lafond. To learn more, visit www.fast50.ca.

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A key player in the digital transformation of Moroccan companies and institutions for more than 14 years, DXC CDG is developing and gaining other markets in Africa and beyond, thus benefiting from the experience of the DXC Technology Group to offer customers solutions. tailored. The group now wants to make its mark on the construction of a trusted Cloud in Africa. An ambition entrusted to Cio Mag by Kettani Mehdi, CEO of DXC Technology.

Cio Mag : How does DXC Technology IT Services bring innovation to its customers’ IT infrastructure?

Kittani Mehdi : DXC CDG is constantly looking for avenues of improvement and optimization for its customers and provides innovative solutions via:

IT automation is a necessity to enable the integration of new technologies, accelerate business and IT processes and focus efforts on high value-added operations.

What positioning for DXC Technology in the deployment of Data Centers in Morocco and Africa?

DXC CDG brings its DC and Cloud services to unique customers and perimeters to meet specific needs of the local market and complete an end-to-end service offering. DXC CDG thus integrates the wave of growth of Data Centers in Morocco. This growth is explained by the emergence of several projects created around IT infrastructures, by His Majesty’s directives to accelerate the modernization of the administration and the digitization of public services, which explains the importance and the need to have today, data centers made in Morocco with very large storage capacities, high availability and a better security system.

DXC CDG’s strategy is to offer the Moroccan private or public institutional ecosystem an end-to-end sovereign move to cloud. In addition, DXC CDG’s Offshore Market has recently expanded by integrating the EMEA zone.

DXC CDG is therefore positioned as the main actor of DXC in the MEA region and supports the African continent in its Modernization strategy and the implementation of efficient tools and services to allow the Move to Cloud of the African Digital Economy.

How is this innovation, the support offered by DXC Technology, reflected in this period of Covid which requires rethinking the professional environment with Teleworking?

DXC CDG takes advantage of the know-how of the DXC Technology Group to bring the best of the Group’s International Standard. With these strengths, DXC CDG has established itself for more than 14 years on the Moroccan market to help its customers create value by offering integrated, standardized solutions on a large scale with solid sector expertise and delivery of excellence. Effective support during this health crisis reinforces these ambitions with the implementation in record time of continuity plans and the development of a dedicated application to organize the return to the office in complete safety.

DXC CDG has developed Salamty, a Workforce Safety Management as a Service Solution, hosted in DXC CDG’s main Data Center, with a suite of functionalities designed to control collective health and manage the organization – in accordance with government recommendations – Management of the Health Pass, Health Watch, Planning, Optimization of workspaces and Performance Monitoring.

DXC CDG continues to innovate to present solutions in Software as a Service with a maximum of added value and of National Interest to see African and to orient itself towards the Digital Working to support its customers in their Digital Transformation in all efficiency.

What interest does DXC Technology give to ATDAs, in particular to the celebration of the 10 years of the event in Morocco?

DXC CDG is delighted and honored to participate in the 10 years of ATDAs and to take part, among the African and Moroccan ecosystem, in the round table discussion of the challenges of Digital Transformation and its economic and social impact in Morocco and Africa with an ambition : build the roadmap of an African Confidence Cloud.

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A key player in the digital transformation of Moroccan companies and institutions for more than 14 years, DXC CDG is developing and gaining other markets in Africa and beyond, thus benefiting from the experience of the DXC Technology Group to offer customers solutions. tailored. The group now wants to make its mark on the construction of a trusted Cloud in Africa. An ambition entrusted to Cio Mag by Kettani Mehdi, CEO of DXC Technology.

Cio Mag : How does DXC Technology IT Services bring innovation to its customers’ IT infrastructure?

Kittani Mehdi : DXC CDG is constantly looking for avenues of improvement and optimization for its customers and provides innovative solutions via:

IT automation is a necessity to enable the integration of new technologies, accelerate business and IT processes and focus efforts on high value-added operations.

What positioning for DXC Technology in the deployment of Data Centers in Morocco and Africa?

DXC CDG brings its DC and Cloud services to unique customers and perimeters to meet specific needs of the local market and complete an end-to-end service offering. DXC CDG thus integrates the wave of growth of Data Centers in Morocco. This growth is explained by the emergence of several projects created around IT infrastructures, by His Majesty’s directives to accelerate the modernization of the administration and the digitization of public services, which explains the importance and the need to have today, data centers made in Morocco with very large storage capacities, high availability and a better security system.

DXC CDG’s strategy is to offer the Moroccan private or public institutional ecosystem an end-to-end sovereign move to cloud. In addition, DXC CDG’s Offshore Market has recently expanded by integrating the EMEA zone.

DXC CDG is therefore positioned as the main actor of DXC in the MEA region and supports the African continent in its Modernization strategy and the implementation of efficient tools and services to allow the Move to Cloud of the African Digital Economy.

How is this innovation, the support offered by DXC Technology, reflected in this period of Covid which requires rethinking the professional environment with Teleworking?

DXC CDG takes advantage of the know-how of the DXC Technology Group to bring the best of the Group’s International Standard. With these strengths, DXC CDG has established itself for more than 14 years on the Moroccan market to help its customers create value by offering integrated, standardized solutions on a large scale with solid sector expertise and delivery of excellence. Effective support during this health crisis reinforces these ambitions with the implementation in record time of continuity plans and the development of a dedicated application to organize the return to the office in complete safety.

DXC CDG has developed Salamty, a Workforce Safety Management as a Service Solution, hosted in DXC CDG’s main Data Center, with a suite of functionalities designed to control collective health and manage the organization – in accordance with government recommendations – Management of the Health Pass, Health Watch, Planning, Optimization of workspaces and Performance Monitoring.

DXC CDG continues to innovate to present solutions in Software as a Service with a maximum of added value and of National Interest to see African and to orient itself towards the Digital Working to support its customers in their Digital Transformation in all efficiency.

What interest does DXC Technology give to ATDAs, in particular to the celebration of the 10 years of the event in Morocco?

DXC CDG is delighted and honored to participate in the 10 years of ATDAs and to take part, among the African and Moroccan ecosystem, in the round table discussion of the challenges of Digital Transformation and its economic and social impact in Morocco and Africa with an ambition : build the roadmap of an African Confidence Cloud.

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