At a time when the smartphone market is no longer expanding as it was four or five years ago, the challenge for any brand is to impress the most demanding smartphone buyers. It is also during this five-year period the likes of Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo and Realme managed to build an appealing universe where profit margins are low because of the advantages of the online platform. Xiaomi went a step further by selling footwear to table lamps to suitcase; it believes in slim profit margins. Where did it leave Samsung in India? It made the South Korean company go back to the drawing board to regroup and deliver a sustained but very well planned campaign without compromising what it is known for — brand trust and quality.
A few days ago the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was announced. But it is more than just another phone. The almost-flagship device
LOS ANGELES–(Business Wire)–Oblong, Inc. (NYSE American: OBLG) (“Oblong” or the “Company”), an award-winning leader in multi-stream collaboration solutions, announced today over the course of 2020 amidst the global pandemic it has been granted seven patents that further define its leadership in multi-share collaboration offerings.
Oblong’s Mezzanine™ technology platform enables team members to work together in-person and remotely in a unique multi-share environment.
“As businesses return to the workplace and develop new modes of hybrid collaboration, we expect the need for multi-share to increase significantly,” says Peter Holst, Oblong’s Chief Executive Officer. “Oblong defines multi-share as a mode of collaboration where distributed users simultaneously share, view, and work with multiple streams of content. Oblong’s Mezzanine™ is the leader in this space, with award-winning, technologically advanced offerings, and these patents further our leadership and define the pathway forward to improve upon and extend beyond the traditional conference room setting.”
Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc., (OTCPK:AITX), is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) is now offering its customers an expanded suite of managed remote services through a partnership formed with third-party monitoring pioneer Centralized Vision. The deal marks the first time end users and guarding companies without central stations can access remote managed services.
“With this deal, we can offer our customers more value through greater access to premium monitoring services,” said Steven Reinharz, President and CEO of RAD. “This relationship will provide current and new customers with enhanced tools and services that, up until now, have only been available to clients of the largest guarding services.”
Centralized Vision offers real-time remote response services to protect property and assets and provide advanced access control services. This human element serves as a force multiplier for site protection and supplements the services offered by RAD’s existing guarding
Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEK), a high-end consulting and engineering firm, announced today that it has further expanded its advanced analytics business with the addition of BlueWater Federal Solutions, Inc. (BlueWater), a leading information technology systems and services firm. Based in Chantilly, Virginia, BlueWater has built a high-performing team of more than 350 employees who bring specialized expertise in cybersecurity, mission-critical systems design, and development and operation of federal enterprise systems for U.S. government clients, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Energy, and Department of Defense.
“Our ability to integrate high-end technology and analytics in the delivery of customized water, environment, and sustainable infrastructure solutions is a key differentiator for Tetra Tech in the marketplace today,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech Chairman and CEO. “The addition of BlueWater builds on our strategy to grow our advanced analytics business with expanded capabilities in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity solutions, and mission-essential