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Enterprise Tech Happenings: August 2022

By Ken Wong - on 29 Aug 2022, 10:44am

Enterprise Tech Happenings August 2022

In this August issue, we look at what plans NVIDIA has for Quantum Computing, how AI will improve IT security, the opening of Google’s third data centre in Singapore, and much more.

 

NVIDIA dives deeper into Quantum computing with Qoda

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NVIDIA calls their new Quantum computing platform, Quantum-Optimized Device Architecture (QODA), a coherent hybrid-quantum-classical programming model because it is inherently interoperable with existing classical parallel programming models such as CUDA, OpenMP, and OpenACC.

This hybrid platform allows developers to create applications that work across classical and quantum systems to accelerate development and problem-solving capabilities.

This programming and compilation workflow enables an effective programming environment for accelerating hybrid algorithm research and development activities through standard interoperability with GPU processing and circuit simulation that scales from laptops to distributed multi-node, multi-GPU architectures.

Classical computing refers to the use of HPC clusters as well as other forms of computing resources such as GPUs and CPUs.

 

Darktrace and HackerOne partner to add AI to Attack Resistance

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Darktrace and HackerOne have partnered to combine Darktrace’s PREVENT/Attack Surface Management technology with the continuous security assessment capabilities of the HackerOne platform.

With this, they aim to help businesses close the security gap between known digital assets and those they need to protect.

OpenASM from Darktrace is an initiative that empowers businesses to combine external scan data from ASM products with HackerOne’s proactive security testing capabilities to gain a comprehensive understanding of attack surface risks.

 

Trend Micro One launched as a single unified security platform for businesses

Trend Micro has announced the launch of Trend Micro One, a new unified cybersecurity and attack surface management platform, that consolidates various security products and features in a single platform, enabling customers to better understand, communicate, and mitigate cyber risks.

The cloud-based solution delivers a continuous lifecycle of complete risk and threat assessment with attack discovery, cyber risk analysis, and threat mitigation and response.

Customers can also turn to expert services such as Managed Extended Detection & Response (XDR) promises better visibility, 24x7 monitoring, to enhance threat detection and response.

The Trend Micro One unified cybersecurity platform is available now.

 

Google opens third data centre in Singapore

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At its first-ever Google for Singapore event, Google marked its 15th anniversary in Singapore, the opening of its third data centre, and its Singapore Cloud Region’s 5th anniversary. The company has seen its workforce go from 24 to 3,000 since 2007. Their first data centre here opened in 2013 and the opening of the third data centre represents a US$850M commitment to Singapore in data centre investments alone by Google.

 

Pudu brings its CC1 cleaning robot to Singapore

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Pudu has brought its Pudu CC1 four-in-one cleaning robot to Singapore. Only 68.2cm tall, the CC! scrubs, sweeps, vacuums, and mops without the need for modules or add-ons on both hard floors and soft carpets. It can return to its own charger autonomously when its battery is low, as well as automatically drain or refill its own water tanks for mopping. The robot can additionally coordinate with other CC1 units in the area for cleaning schedules.

 

Industry veteran appointed head of NCS’s new Enterprise Strategic Business Group

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Following the establishment of the Gov+ and Telco+ Enterprise Strategic Business Groups (SBG) within NCS, the new SBG brings together NCS’ Healthcare, Transport, Financial, Industrial and Commercial client service units and service organisations like applications, and infrastructure into a single SBG targeting enterprises in general. Alfred Goh has been appointed as Managing Partner to lead this SBG and reports directly to Ng Kuo Pin, CEO of NCS.

 

Jabra’s new Engage 55 arrives here with improved call security and quality

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Jabra’s latest Engage 55 comes to Singapore with the highest DECT security with military-grade 256- bit encryption, and a noise-cancelling and voice-enhancing microphone that removes background sounds whilst keeping your voice crystal clear for more focused conversation. It also features PeakStop at 105 dB, to remove sudden loud sounds and BalancedVoice which processes incoming sound so it's clearer without increasing audio levels. It is also compatible with all communications platforms like MS Teams, Zoom, Cisco, Unify, Amazon Chime, Google Meet, Avaya, Unify, and Alcatel Lucent.

The Jabra Engage 55 is available now from selected Jabra retail partners like Amazon Singapore, priced from S$477 to S$592 depending on the model.

 

Rimini Protect launched with “zero-day” security for Oracle and SAP environments

New from Rimini Street, Rimini Protect is a new suite of always on security solutions to protect enterprise IT infrastructure and applications using a “Defence in Depth” strategy. Rimini Protect includes layered application and database security software and service solutions like Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware Security, Rimini Street Advanced Database Security, Rimini Protect for SAP Applications, and Global Security Services from Rimini Street expert security engineers.

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