Today’s Daily AI Roundup covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on AI capabilities, AI mobility products, Robotic Service, Technology from StackRox, Adaptiv Networks, Oracle, Raydiant and DVEholographics.
StackRox, the leader in container and Kubernetes security, announced that Sumo Logic, a leading continuous intelligence and big data provider, has tapped the StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform to deliver compliance and security capabilities for its containerized, cloud-native applications and services. Sumo Logic enables more than 2,000 cloud companies and big enterprises with real-time data insights as a service and must keep those customers’ sensitive data protected on its cloud platform running on AWS. The StackRox Kubernetes-native solution provides Sumo Logic with the security, compliance, and transparency it needs to stay safe while delivering innovative customer solutions at DevOps pace.
Oracle announced the general availability of Java 14 . Java 14 continues Oracle’s commitment to accelerate innovation by delivering new enhancements to enterprises and the developer community with a new feature release every six months. The latest Java Development Kit (JDK) delivers new features, including two new highly anticipated preview features – Pattern Matching for instanceof (JEP 305) and Records (JEP 359), as well as a second preview of Text Blocks (JEP 368).
Adaptiv Networks, a leading cloud-native SD-WAN-as-a-Service vendor, announced its partnership with Telecom Consulting Group, one of the largest master agencies in the United States. Adaptiv Networks strengthens TCG’s SD-WAN product portfolio by addressing the needs of smaller and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) who rely on the public Internet for cloud access. Adaptiv’s SD-WAN solution improves connectivity by increasing reliability and performance for mission-critical cloud services such as Unified Communications-as-a-Service .
DVEholographics HDR Studio Stage™ offers corporations a new way to create impressive business conferences and live events. It also ensures that speakers, executives, employees, partners, and clients dramatically reduce exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The HDR Studio Stage™ is based on an expansive patent portfolio of holographic telepresence combined with converting hotel ballrooms/convention centers into temporary and/or permanent broadcast streaming studios. Corporations now have an alternative to virtualize their events and not resort to unimpressive webcasts. Executives and speakers appear live from their homes or offices virtually on a real event stage which is then streamed to hundreds and even tens of thousands of online attendees. A first generation of live holographic telepresence was proven when DVE teleported live Stephen Hawking from his home in Cambridge England to the Sydney Opera House (see link). As impressive as that was, the technology has now evolved into stunning ultra-realism.
Digital signage and in-store experience solutions provider Raydiant, announced the release of their ScreenRay LTE solution, powered by the T-Mobile for Business Network. Raydiant’s ScreenRay LTE is architected to meet the emerging market need for instantaneous, secure digital signage connectivity—crucial as brick-and-mortar locations experience the increasing demand for broader, more reliable, and flexible deployment of digital signage.
Microway, a leading provider of computational clusters, servers, and workstations for AI and HPC, announces it has delivered 2 NVIDIA DGX-2 AI Systems to the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) that have since opened new opportunities and scientific results for machine learning and data-intensive computing groups.