BEAVERTON, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Open RF Association (OpenRF™), an industry consortium dedicated to creating an open 5G ecosystem of interoperable hardware and software across member multi-mode RF (radio frequency) front-end and chipset platforms, today announced the next evolution of its mission to improve time-to-market, enhance operational benefits and reduce overall costs for wireless device OEMs. As part of these
- The LGBTQ+ community has unique financial needs that traditional financial services don’t meet.
- Traditional banks require transgender people to jump through hoops to get their correct name on their accounts.
- Companies like Daylight and personal finance app SageCENTS use technology to try to solve those problems.
Queer and transgender people face unique challenges when it comes
A new venture from Veeam’s founders gives users a back-end hardware option that’s specifically designed for Veeam backup storage.
Object First comes out of stealth and starts in beta Tuesday. The company, created by Veeam co-founders Ratmir Timashev and Andrei Baronov, targets the midmarket with its object storage-based backup hardware.
Veeam partners with hardware suppliers for back-end
Article by Nima Badiey, Global VP Alliances at GitLab
With the growing popularity of modern app design patterns and cloud-native services on hyperscalers like AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure, it may seem that mainframes are no longer relevant to modern application development. However, mainframes are still used by 71% of Fortune 500 companies, handle 90% of
On 5 November 2013, Mariam Gelashvili and her family welcomed a beautiful baby girl, Nina. Unfortunately, Nina suffered from birth asphyxia, which resulted in her spending 1 month in the intensive care unit (ICU) and consequently losing function in her arms, legs, and neck region. Soon after leaving the ICU, she started to receive rehabilitation therapy for quadriplegia.