Thursday, May, 23, 2019 12:49:36

Category: Technology

Japan’s Fujitsu and ENERES run blockchain-powered electricity test

Fujitsu’s blockchain-based DR process achieves 40% efficiency boost Fujitsu, the leading Japanese IT firm, recently announced that it has successfully completed a trial of blockchain-powered solution to address the inefficiencies and issues of electricity surplus management. Reportedly, the company has partnered with a local electric …

Samsung brings to light its small-sized high-resolution image sensor

The device will make it to mainstream production in Q1 2019. Samsung Electronics, a leader in semiconductor technology, has reportedly announced the introduction of its compact image sensor (high resolution) known as the ISOCELL Slim 3T2. The 0.8μm-pixel device is the smallest image sensor, standing …

Grab-ZhongAn JV aimed toward creating a digital insurance marketplace

Grab, a Singapore-based technology company, has reportedly announced a partnership with Chinese online-only insurance company ZhongAn (ZA International). The two of them plan to establish a joint venture firm to enter SEA’s digital insurance distribution business and aim to offer their products to uninsured customers …

ExxonMobil, IBM partner to advance research in quantum computing

The collaboration will enhance ExxonMobil’s ability to address computational challenges across diverse energy applications. Global oil and gas conglomerate, ExxonMobil has recently signed a partnership agreement with tech giant IBM Corp. to advance the potential use of quantum computing in developing next-gen energy and manufacturing …

Radware acquires ShieldSquare to expand its cloud security portfolio

The acquisition would be further expanding Radware’s current industry-leading cloud security portfolio. The transaction is expected to be concluded by the first quarter of 2019. Radware, a renowned Tel Aviv-based load balancing & cybersecurity services provider, has reportedly announced that it has signed a definitive …