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Samsung Announces Availability of Its Leading-Edge 2.5D Integration ‘H-Cube’ Solution for High Performance Applications
Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, announced that it has developed Hybrid-Substrate Cube (H-Cube) technology, its latest 2.5D packaging solution specialized for semiconductors for HPC, AI, data center, and network products that require high-performance and large-area packaging technology.
Uiflow, the no-code platform for development teams to build both the user interface and logic of web apps visually, announced that it has raised $5.2 million in seed funding. The round was led by Addition, with participation from YC Continuity, David Helgason, founder of Unity Technology and Jeff Lawson, founder of Twilio, as well as existing investors TI Platform and Kevin Mahaffey, the founder of SNR, amongst others.
JumpCloud Expands MSP Program with ConnectWise Integration to Deliver Increased Partner Profitability and Success
JumpCloud announced an integration with ConnectWise, the industry-leading software platform for technology solution providers to enable managed service providers (MSPs) to securely connect their clients’ users to virtually any IT resource, on-prem and in the cloud, from a single pane of glass.
Lacework Strengthens Data-Driven Cloud Security Platform with Acquisition of Infrastructure as Code Company Soluble
Lacework, the data-driven security platform for the cloud, announced the acquisition of Soluble, a scalable cloud infrastructure management company. The Infrastructure as Code (IaC) remediation capabilities Soluble provides, in addition to several new updates to the Lacework platform announced today, combine to help organizations integrate security practices into their software delivery workflows, further extending the value of the platform to customers.
Vodafone Selects VMware for Automation and Orchestration of All Workloads Running on Core Networks Across Europe
As service providers continue to virtualize and containerize network functions, they require a consistent, cloud-native platform for onboarding and managing these workloads across any network and any cloud. Vodafone has selected VMware as its strategic technology partner to deliver a single platform to automate and orchestrate all workloads running on its core networks across Europe, starting with 5G standalone (5G SA).