It might not be an opportune time to be out and about but Canon thinks people will, at one point in time, want to escape the monotony of the new normal and go outdoors. Some might even take to nature and to the night skies for a bit of reprieve. Those are pretty much the situations where Canon’s newest PowerShot ZOOM camera might be of use, helping people get close to the action even while staying far, far away.
Canon’s PowerShot line is designed for ease of use and you probably can’t get any simpler than this. Coming in a form reminiscent of camcorders, the PowerShot ZOOM is a compact monocular camera that does just one thing and that is to take you closer to your subject matter as quickly and as easily as possible.
To that end, the PowerShot ZOOM offers three telephoto lengths of 100mm, 400mm, and 800mm,
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Cloud Managed Service Provider, Velocity Technology Solutions, is enhancing its Cloud Services portfolio with the launch of two new service offerings: Managed Container Services and Cloud Data Analytics. These service offerings help Velocity customers sharpen their competitive edge by making the deeper and richer functionalities of the cloud more accessible.
This announcement comes on the heels of Velocity’s Cloud Managed Infrastructure, Cloud Managed Database, and Cloud Disaster Recovery services launch, which were designed to help customers optimize efficiencies, reduce costs, and improve resiliency in the public cloud. Now, with the launch of Managed Container Services and Cloud Data Analytics, Velocity is helping customers go one step further in their digitization journeys.
Velocity’s two new cloud service offerings include:
Managed Container Services: Velocity’s Managed Container Services offers planning, deployment, and ongoing management of customers’ Kubernetes environments with enterprise-grade functionality backed by robust
Future Energy Ventures, a venture capital platform that invests in the digital technologies and digital business models redefining the energy landscape, has launched with €250 million invested capital in its portfolio. The new fund is the venturing and collaboration platform of the energy company E.ON investing in digital and digitally enabled technologies that have the potential to redefine the future energy landscape – providing funding, mentoring and connections to accelerate their growth trajectory.
The launch of Future Energy Ventures follows the completion of E.ON’s acquisition of innogy and brings together an enviable level of expertise and experience in investing and scaling future energy focused start-ups from across the E.ON and innogy venturing teams to create an industry leading venturing platform.
The fund, which is led by Ines Bergmann-Nolting and Jan Lozek, focuses on digital, scalable and asset-light businesses transforming the energy ecosystem seeking Series A and
Quanterix Corporation (NASDAQ: QTRX), a company digitizing biomarker analysis to advance the science of precision health, today announced it has entered into a non-exclusive royalty-bearing license agreement with Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT), the global healthcare company. The non-exclusive license grants Abbott access to Quanterix’ portfolio of bead-based technology patents for use in in vitro diagnostic (IVD) applications.
Under the terms of the agreement, Quanterix will receive an initial license fee, milestone fees subject to the achievement by Abbott of future development, regulatory, and launch milestones and royalties on the sale of licensed products. To learn more about Quanterix, click here.
Quanterix is a company that’s digitizing biomarker analysis with the goal of advancing the science of precision health. The company’s digital health solution, Simoa, has the potential to change the way in which healthcare is provided today by giving researchers the ability to closely examine the continuum from
Strategic buy builds on industry-leading food and beverage, pharmaceutical and logistics portfolio
ABB has acquired Codian Robotics B.V., a leading provider of delta robots, which are used primarily for high-precision pick and place applications. Codian Robotics’ offering includes a hygienic design line, ideal for hygiene-sensitive industries including food and beverage and pharmaceuticals. With the transaction, ABB is accelerating its engagement in the growing field of delta robots.
Codian Robotics is located in Ede, Netherlands and employs 20 people globally. The company will continue to serve its customers directly. The acquisition was signed and closed on October 1, 2020 and both parties agreed not to disclose any details regarding the purchase price.
“Our acquisition underscores our focus on breakthrough technology, helping our customers to fully realize the potential of automation and increase their flexibility in a rapidly changing business landscape,” said Sami Atiya, President of ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation. “Codian
IDEMIA, the global leader in Augmented Identity, today announces its GREENPAY launch, an eco-friendly global offer for financial institutions, in line with its CSR* and sustainability strategy.
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Environmental concerns underpin IDEMIA’s business practices. Through GREENPAY, IDEMIA commits to move away from today’s “take-make-waste” attitude to redesign our habits. IDEMIA is proud to develop solutions generating less plastic and paper waste, reducing land and water pollution while also minimizing its carbon footprint.
GREENPAY is IDEMIA’s commitment to continuously improve each part of the payment card value chain, seeking to:
Minimize the environmental impact of its processes and services
Develop innovative, eco-friendly products, services and solutions
Help customers achieve their environmental goals with IDEMIA’s product offering.
GREENPAY encompasses eco-friendly card body solutions, advanced card related services like eco-designed packaging, on-demand printing of PEFC/FSC certified card carrier, digital alert
September has been a wild month for the market. It began with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hitting new records, as Apple AAPL and other big-names continued to climb higher. The market then experienced an ultra fast selloff, with the tech-heavy index falling into correction territory in just several sessions.
Stocks have chopped around since then, and technical traders point to the 50 and 200-day moving averages for levels of resistance and support.
Traders are now betting on the continuation of volatility through the election, which is just five weeks away. The specter of the coronavirus also lingers, even as the U.S. economy and others slowly recover. This is reflected in the improving earnings outlook (also read: Handicapping the Q3 Earnings Season).
Given the historic coronavirus selloff, the fact that the proxy index for the broader market is up 4% in 2020 and 50% off its lows, seems like
New WorkForce EC-C7000 Ushers In-House, On-Demand Printing for Professional-Quality Prints up to 13″ x 19″
LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —Epson America, Inc. today introduced the Epson WorkForce®EC-C7000, the affordable color A3 multifunction printer designed for reliability and to deliver fast, professional-quality prints up to 13″ x 19″. Engineered to meet the needs of today’s hybrid workforce, the EC-C7000 produces fast, high-quality, color prints with DURABrite® Ultra instant-dry pigment ink and offers simple wireless setup1 for professionals working remote, promoting productivity at home, in small businesses or wherever work might lead.
To support businesses in today’s shifting work environments, the EC-C7000 offers flexible features for retail, architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), remote offices, and home offices requiring a reliable, color MFP capable of printing up to 13″x19″. The EC-C7000 offers convenient security features, including secure wireless
Retirement brings in a number of challenges, including the replacement of income that seniors earn during their service life. And it is difficult to cover expenses from the traditional approaches to retirement planning, which include investment in fixed-income assets.
Therefore, we believe equity investments are a brilliant way to create solid income streams for the long run. Though these are riskier, equities are the only asset class that can beat inflation and simultaneously offer capital appreciation over a longer period.
Tech Stocks are the Best Picks
Tech stocks could be an intriguing choice for a retirement portfolio, considering the sector’s resiliency amid the coronavirus-induced panic sell-off in March. The coronavirus outbreak has, surprisingly, opened up newer avenues of growth for tech companies.
Shift in consumer preference for Internet-based services, owing to the increase in social-distancing practices, has propelled demand for PCs, notebooks and peripheral accessories. In addition, the growing demand