Thursday, March 29, 2007
Acopia's patented technology has been developed by a talented engineering team with extensive experience defining, designing, and introducing breakthrough products. Its technical mission was created by founder, industry visionary and serial entrepreneur, Cheng Wu. Prior to founding Acopia Networks, Cheng Wu founded Arrowpoint Communications, which was sold to Cisco Systems for $5.7 Billion in 2000. In 2002, Mr Wu was named to Interactive Week Magazines "Top 25 Unsung Heroes of the Internet." Today, Wu guides Acopia's technology vision, and is the Chairman of Acopia's Board of Directors.
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Skinkers is a privately funded technology company headquartered in London with offices in Milan, New York and Sydney. Our founders have been involved with the web since 1993 when email and online communication were in their infancy. The management team includes a mixture of serial entrepreneurs and seasoned enterprise software professionals. We believe this mix of talent and experience ensures we can not only think creatively and build innovative technology, but also have the business maturity needed to deliver enterprise software to the world’s largest corporations. Since we founded in 2001 our expansion has been rapid. Many of the world’s leading brands use Skinkers technology.
Skinkers universal push platform is the world’s first multi channel message and content delivery technology. Our Live Notification Platform delivers information directly to the screen of the most appropriate digital device, e.g. a computer desktop or BlackBerry. We enable organisations to deliver priority notifications and distribute heavy content through a controlled, highly versatile and secure universal communication platform.
Employees, customers and business partners receive the information they ShouldKnow, at the right time, through the right channel, to the right device.
In June 2006 Skinkers agreed an ‘Equity for Technology’ deal with Microsoft. As joint development partners we are co-developing technology to enhance our current products and create new solutions for real-time event notification and high bandwidth content delivery. Microsoft plans to incorporate part of the final technology into its product line.
In February 2007, D-Wave unveiled and demonstrated this technology publicly for the first time. The company plans to deliver field-deployable systems in 2008.Building a commercial-scale quantum computer processor was — and is — a daunting task. D-Wave’s strategy was to enter into collaborative partnerships with world-renowned researchers having access to significant capital infrastructure, while retaining all intellectual property developed. Each institution in this network was responsible for delivering some critical part of a future commercial processor. Partners included theoretical physicists, chemists, electrical engineers, cryogenics experts, applied physicists, mathematicians, and computer scientists. These partnerships were managed and led by D-Wave. All results were systematically reviewed, catalogued, and placed in the context of state-of-the-art developments both internal and external to the company's effort.
Thursday, March 01, 2007
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