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Cheops Technology wants to export its managed cloud to the United States to triple in size by 2020
Creative Technology lance son casque Sound Blaster JAM V2
McLaren sells its Technology Center at a premium
MCA Technology recruits Patrice Benloulou to create a VAD division
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) draws on the experience of EU experts to explore new business opportunities in the circular economy of solar energy
Packaging: Sale of Bosch Packaging Technology to CVC
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Bordeaux-based Cheops Technology continues its quiet ascent in the French cloud. It does not compete with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft or Google, three global public cloud giants. Instead, it faces players like Atos, Orange, Neurone IT or even oXya, a French competitor bought in 2015 by the Japanese group Hitachi. This is because it has chosen to operate in a high added value segment: managed private and hybrid cloud services.

Anecdotal foray into the public cloud

« When we have a client, we start by mapping their information system, explains to L’Usine Nouvelle its CEO Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot. We determine which commonplace applications like the web or email to migrate to the public cloud, and critical applications like ERP or databases to put in a private cloud. It is these critical applications, with strong availability and security constraints, that we support in our cloud. We also offer load transfer management with the public cloud. »

Founded in 1998 as an outsourcing company for critical applications, Cheops Technology converted to the cloud from 2010 starting with the private cloud before expanding to hybrid cloud and recently to public cloud. However, the foray into the public segment remains anecdotal. It aims to meet the demand of certain customers who want to put everything with the same provider. Neither large companies, nor SMEs. The Bordeaux region has chosen to target in particular mid-sized companies and healthcare establishments such as hospitals and clinics.

Five-nine availability

« Migrating your applications to the cloud only solves part of the problem, considers his boss. It is then necessary to ensure its operation in good conditions of performance, availability and safety. Big companies have big IT teams to do this. But not the ETI. It is this operational management service that we provide them in addition to accommodation. »

Cheops Technology promises ?five nines? (99.999%) uptime, which means only 10 minutes unplanned downtime per year. ” Large-scale incidents, such as the cut of more than 2 hours which affected OVH in November 2017, cannot happen to us, says Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot. We have three datacenters: two in Bordeaux and one in Lyon serving as back-up for the other two. We spend a lot of time securing it to keep our promise of high availability.»

No growth at any cost

The company employs 450 people and posted a turnover of 103 million euros for its last fiscal year ended in April 2017, an increase of 6%. The cloud represents a third but is growing by 15 to 20%, with the objective of increasing the share to 50% by 2020. ” We are not fans of growth at all costs, says the CEO. When growth is too fast, it is unsustainable. We prefer to take the time to secure our infrastructure to avoid sleepless nights and large penalties due to interruptions. »

Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot nonetheless displays the ambition to take a new development step by exporting his managed cloud model across the Atlantic. ” In the United States, companies have gone too far in the public cloud, he estimates. And now it’s the great disillusionment. While they have been promised great savings, they end up with prohibitive slates. They are looking to go back by switching some of their applications to the private cloud. But they don’t know how to do it and feel trapped by the difficulties of recovering their data. We can help them do that. »

Acquisition under negotiation in the United States

To take advantage of the opportunity, Cheops Technology is currently negotiating the acquisition of a private and hybrid cloud managed services player in California. Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot is careful not to say more to L’Usine Nouvelle because the transaction is still under negotiation. If it succeeds, it would bring it a reinforcement of a hundred people and 120 million euros in turnover. Enough to help it in its objective of tripling its turnover to 300 million euros in 2020. But it should then face two local competitors and not the least: Rackspace and especially IBM, the world number one in private cloud and hybrid.

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Bordeaux-based Cheops Technology continues its quiet ascent in the French cloud. It does not compete with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft or Google, three global public cloud giants. Instead, it faces players like Atos, Orange, Neurone IT or even oXya, a French competitor bought in 2015 by the Japanese group Hitachi. This is because it has chosen to operate in a high added value segment: managed private and hybrid cloud services.

Anecdotal foray into the public cloud

« When we have a client, we start by mapping their information system, explains to L’Usine Nouvelle its CEO Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot. We determine which commonplace applications like the web or email to migrate to the public cloud, and critical applications like ERP or databases to put in a private cloud. It is these critical applications, with strong availability and security constraints, that we support in our cloud. We also offer load transfer management with the public cloud. »

Founded in 1998 as an outsourcing company for critical applications, Cheops Technology converted to the cloud from 2010 starting with the private cloud before expanding to hybrid cloud and recently to public cloud. However, the foray into the public segment remains anecdotal. It aims to meet the demand of certain customers who want to put everything with the same provider. Neither large companies, nor SMEs. The Bordeaux region has chosen to target in particular mid-sized companies and healthcare establishments such as hospitals and clinics.

Five-nine availability

« Migrating your applications to the cloud only solves part of the problem, considers his boss. It is then necessary to ensure its operation in good conditions of performance, availability and safety. Big companies have big IT teams to do this. But not the ETI. It is this operational management service that we provide them in addition to accommodation. »

Cheops Technology promises ?five nines? (99.999%) uptime, which means only 10 minutes unplanned downtime per year. ” Large-scale incidents, such as the cut of more than 2 hours which affected OVH in November 2017, cannot happen to us, says Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot. We have three datacenters: two in Bordeaux and one in Lyon serving as back-up for the other two. We spend a lot of time securing it to keep our promise of high availability.»

No growth at any cost

The company employs 450 people and posted a turnover of 103 million euros for its last fiscal year ended in April 2017, an increase of 6%. The cloud represents a third but is growing by 15 to 20%, with the objective of increasing the share to 50% by 2020. ” We are not fans of growth at all costs, says the CEO. When growth is too fast, it is unsustainable. We prefer to take the time to secure our infrastructure to avoid sleepless nights and large penalties due to interruptions. »

Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot nonetheless displays the ambition to take a new development step by exporting his managed cloud model across the Atlantic. ” In the United States, companies have gone too far in the public cloud, he estimates. And now it’s the great disillusionment. While they have been promised great savings, they end up with prohibitive slates. They are looking to go back by switching some of their applications to the private cloud. But they don’t know how to do it and feel trapped by the difficulties of recovering their data. We can help them do that. »

Acquisition under negotiation in the United States

To take advantage of the opportunity, Cheops Technology is currently negotiating the acquisition of a private and hybrid cloud managed services player in California. Nicolas Leroy-Fleuriot is careful not to say more to L’Usine Nouvelle because the transaction is still under negotiation. If it succeeds, it would bring it a reinforcement of a hundred people and 120 million euros in turnover. Enough to help it in its objective of tripling its turnover to 300 million euros in 2020. But it should then face two local competitors and not the least: Rackspace and especially IBM, the world number one in private cloud and hybrid.

[date_timestamp] => 1629879236 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Creative Technology lance son casque Sound Blaster JAM V2 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/25/creative-technology-lance-son-casque-sound-blaster-jam-v2/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Wed, 25 Aug 2021 07:43:07 +0000 [category] => TechnologyBlastercasqueCreativeJamlancesonSound [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/25/creative-technology-lance-son-casque-sound-blaster-jam-v2/ [description] => An on-ear model with Bluetooth 5.0 with Multipoint functionality. Creative Technology has added a new... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

An on-ear model with Bluetooth 5.0 with Multipoint functionality.

Creative Technology has added a new on-ear headphones to its catalog, the Sound Blaster JAM V2. This model benefits from Bluetooth 5.0. Its battery life can reach 22 hours according to Creative Technology.

To promote its helmet, the company highlights a “Multipoint connectivity [qui] allows users to seamlessly connect and switch between two different Bluetooth devices at the same time ? ; “A dual microphone and Qualcomm’s cVc 8.0 noise reduction technology” ; finally, a “New SmartComms kit including VoiceDetect which automatically mutes and reactivates the user’s microphone based on voice detection as well as two-way NoiseClean functionality, which allows users to be heard perfectly during calls”. Creative Technology specifies that “These features are easily accessible via the brand new Creative app when the headset is wired”, to “New software platform with a user interface integrating many products and now available on Windows 10”.

Comparison: which are the best headphones for gaming?

84 grams

Compared to the V1, this V2 goes to Bluetooth 5.0. It also gains support for aptX HD, aptX LL, aptX codecs and has better battery life.

As for the technical characteristics, this Sound Blaster JAM V2 inherits 32mm neodymium drivers. It delivers a frequency response of 20Hz-20kHz.

As mentioned above, the headset connects via Bluetooth 5.0. The technical sheet announces a maximum range of 15 meters. The autonomy can reach 22 hours per charge thanks to a battery of 200 mAh. Charging is via USB Type-C (a USB Type-C to A charging cable is included). It takes between an hour and two hours. Finally, this helmet has dimensions of 50 x 63 x 166 mm and a weight of 84 grams.

Creative Technology grants one year warranty. These Sound Blaster JAM V2 headphones cost 39.99 euros.

Image 5 : Creative Technology lance son casque Sound Blaster JAM V2

) [summary] => An on-ear model with Bluetooth 5.0 with Multipoint functionality. Creative Technology has added a new... [atom_content] =>

An on-ear model with Bluetooth 5.0 with Multipoint functionality.

Creative Technology has added a new on-ear headphones to its catalog, the Sound Blaster JAM V2. This model benefits from Bluetooth 5.0. Its battery life can reach 22 hours according to Creative Technology.

To promote its helmet, the company highlights a “Multipoint connectivity [qui] allows users to seamlessly connect and switch between two different Bluetooth devices at the same time ? ; “A dual microphone and Qualcomm’s cVc 8.0 noise reduction technology” ; finally, a “New SmartComms kit including VoiceDetect which automatically mutes and reactivates the user’s microphone based on voice detection as well as two-way NoiseClean functionality, which allows users to be heard perfectly during calls”. Creative Technology specifies that “These features are easily accessible via the brand new Creative app when the headset is wired”, to “New software platform with a user interface integrating many products and now available on Windows 10”.

Comparison: which are the best headphones for gaming?

84 grams

Compared to the V1, this V2 goes to Bluetooth 5.0. It also gains support for aptX HD, aptX LL, aptX codecs and has better battery life.

As for the technical characteristics, this Sound Blaster JAM V2 inherits 32mm neodymium drivers. It delivers a frequency response of 20Hz-20kHz.

As mentioned above, the headset connects via Bluetooth 5.0. The technical sheet announces a maximum range of 15 meters. The autonomy can reach 22 hours per charge thanks to a battery of 200 mAh. Charging is via USB Type-C (a USB Type-C to A charging cable is included). It takes between an hour and two hours. Finally, this helmet has dimensions of 50 x 63 x 166 mm and a weight of 84 grams.

Creative Technology grants one year warranty. These Sound Blaster JAM V2 headphones cost 39.99 euros.

Image 5 : Creative Technology lance son casque Sound Blaster JAM V2

[date_timestamp] => 1629877387 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => McLaren sells its Technology Center at a premium [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/mclaren-sells-its-technology-center-at-a-premium/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 10:53:15 +0000 [category] => TechnologyCenterMcLarenpremiumsells [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/mclaren-sells-its-technology-center-at-a-premium/ [description] => McLaren sells its Technology Center at a high price – AutoHebdo F1 The LNG Group... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

McLaren sells its Technology Center at a high price – AutoHebdo

The LNG Group bought the McLaren Technology Center for a whopping £ 170 million, but the F1 and sports car plant will be able to remain there for the next 20 years.

197 million euros and trifles, it is the tidy sum that will pocket McLaren within the framework of the sale and the assignment of commercial lease of its opulent Technology Center in Woking.

The lucky buyer is the US company Global Net Lease (GNL), a real estate investment company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). “The ultramodern buildings of the McLaren Group Headquarters have won numerous awards for their design envisioned by renowned architect Norman Foster, and are the type of net leased properties that make up the spectrum of domains owned by LNG.”, explained this Tuesday, April 20, James Nelson, CEO of GNL.

The British manufacturer had built the mega-structure under the aegis of Ron Dennis in the early 2000s for its Formula 1 team as well as its new branch dedicated to sports cars.

But be reassured, McLaren is not going to move in a hurry. The team entering Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo in Formula 1 in 2021 will still work in the Technology Center for the next 20 years.

The announcement comes a year after Zak Brown made public statements. McLaren CEO acknowledged that his company was looking for new investors, even before the Covid-19 crisis intervened.

Last December, the partial sale of the team to the eight Constructors titles and 12 Drivers’ titles was recorded for 202 million euros. “The sale and leaseback of our global headquarters as well as the appointment of banks to advise us on debt restructuring and fundraising are part of a comprehensive refinancing strategy announced earlier this year.”, had then explained the McLaren group in an official press release.

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McLaren sells its Technology Center at a high price – AutoHebdo

The LNG Group bought the McLaren Technology Center for a whopping £ 170 million, but the F1 and sports car plant will be able to remain there for the next 20 years.

197 million euros and trifles, it is the tidy sum that will pocket McLaren within the framework of the sale and the assignment of commercial lease of its opulent Technology Center in Woking.

The lucky buyer is the US company Global Net Lease (GNL), a real estate investment company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). “The ultramodern buildings of the McLaren Group Headquarters have won numerous awards for their design envisioned by renowned architect Norman Foster, and are the type of net leased properties that make up the spectrum of domains owned by LNG.”, explained this Tuesday, April 20, James Nelson, CEO of GNL.

The British manufacturer had built the mega-structure under the aegis of Ron Dennis in the early 2000s for its Formula 1 team as well as its new branch dedicated to sports cars.

But be reassured, McLaren is not going to move in a hurry. The team entering Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo in Formula 1 in 2021 will still work in the Technology Center for the next 20 years.

The announcement comes a year after Zak Brown made public statements. McLaren CEO acknowledged that his company was looking for new investors, even before the Covid-19 crisis intervened.

Last December, the partial sale of the team to the eight Constructors titles and 12 Drivers’ titles was recorded for 202 million euros. “The sale and leaseback of our global headquarters as well as the appointment of banks to advise us on debt restructuring and fundraising are part of a comprehensive refinancing strategy announced earlier this year.”, had then explained the McLaren group in an official press release.

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[date_timestamp] => 1629802395 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => MCA Technology recruits Patrice Benloulou to create a VAD division [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/mca-technology-recruits-patrice-benloulou-to-create-a-vad-division/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 10:21:44 +0000 [category] => TechnologyBenlouloucreatedivisiónMCAPatricerecruitsVAD [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/mca-technology-recruits-patrice-benloulou-to-create-a-vad-division/ [description] => Patrice Benloulou left his former company, D2B Informatique, after 10 years in charge of operations.... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Patrice Benloulou left his former company, D2B Informatique, after 10 years in charge of operations. (Credit: MCA Technology)

Distributor MCA Technology has just appointed Patrice Benloulou as business development manager. With this recruitment, the wholesaler embarked on the creation of a Value division, focused on value added products.

After more than ten years as head of operations at D2B Informatique, Patrice Benloulou joined another IT wholesaler, MCA Technology. As business development manager, his main mission is to create a Value division. MCA Technology recruited me to work on the development of this BU dedicated to value-added products, in the fields of security, data management and high-tech , specifies the main interest. A team is being created to support Mr. Benloulou in this adventure on commercial and technical aspects. It will be made up of company employees trained on this type of product. New recruits will also come to complete it within a few weeks. The first signings with suppliers are expected to arrive during the months of April, May and June, in the cybersecurity and storage sectors.

Before his arrival in his new company, on April 1, Patrice Benloulou therefore worked for the value added wholesaler D2B Informatique, as director of operations. I left D2B by mutual agreement, on very good terms, and with the feeling that I had given my best for the past ten years, he emphasizes. I needed to bounce back, to throw myself a new challenge. Earlier in his career, Mr. Benloulou also held the position of vice-president for the Southern Europe region at Arrow ECS, between 1997 and 2008. With MCA Technology, he joined a company with a turnover of ? 71 million. (year-end on March 31) and working with around fifty employees.

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Patrice Benloulou left his former company, D2B Informatique, after 10 years in charge of operations. (Credit: MCA Technology)

Distributor MCA Technology has just appointed Patrice Benloulou as business development manager. With this recruitment, the wholesaler embarked on the creation of a Value division, focused on value added products.

After more than ten years as head of operations at D2B Informatique, Patrice Benloulou joined another IT wholesaler, MCA Technology. As business development manager, his main mission is to create a Value division. MCA Technology recruited me to work on the development of this BU dedicated to value-added products, in the fields of security, data management and high-tech , specifies the main interest. A team is being created to support Mr. Benloulou in this adventure on commercial and technical aspects. It will be made up of company employees trained on this type of product. New recruits will also come to complete it within a few weeks. The first signings with suppliers are expected to arrive during the months of April, May and June, in the cybersecurity and storage sectors.

Before his arrival in his new company, on April 1, Patrice Benloulou therefore worked for the value added wholesaler D2B Informatique, as director of operations. I left D2B by mutual agreement, on very good terms, and with the feeling that I had given my best for the past ten years, he emphasizes. I needed to bounce back, to throw myself a new challenge. Earlier in his career, Mr. Benloulou also held the position of vice-president for the Southern Europe region at Arrow ECS, between 1997 and 2008. With MCA Technology, he joined a company with a turnover of ? 71 million. (year-end on March 31) and working with around fifty employees.

[date_timestamp] => 1629800504 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) draws on the experience of EU experts to explore new business opportunities in the circular economy of solar energy [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/the-industrial-technology-research-institute-itri-draws-on-the-experience-of-eu-experts-to-explore-new-business-opportunities-in-the-circular-economy-of-solar-energy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 09:50:21 +0000 [category] => TechnologyBusinesscirculardrawseconomyenergyexperienceexpertsexploreIndustrialInstituteITRIOpportunitiesresearchsolar [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/the-industrial-technology-research-institute-itri-draws-on-the-experience-of-eu-experts-to-explore-new-business-opportunities-in-the-circular-economy-of-solar-energy/ [description] => The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) draws on the experience of EU experts to explore... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) draws on the experience of EU experts to explore new business opportunities in the circular economy of solar energy

TAIPEI, TAWAN – Media OutReach – le 24 aot 2021 – The lifespan of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels can reach 30 years. If not properly disposed of, it is estimated that the cumulative amount of global solar module waste will reach 8 million tonnes by 2030. The integration of solar module waste into circular economic models is a major issue. With the support of the Industrial Technology Department (DTI), under the aegis of the Minister of Economic Affairs (MAE), the Industrial Technology Research Institute (Industrial Technology Research Institute, ITRI) to innov Easy to dismantle PV module and rinsed the solar module. ITRI ??has introduced easy-to-dismantle materials and new structural designs into the final part of manufacturing upstream of the solar module value chain, enabling complete dismantling of waste solar panels and greatly increasing the value of recycling solar panels. solar modules.

The redesign of the PV module allows us to approach the energy future zero and truly renewable.

To further introduce the new technology to the international market, ITRI is hosting the webinar the approach of more greenery: easy to dismantle PV module on (Thursday) September 16, 2021, to analyze the recycling trends of solar panels in the EU and the opportunities for introducing innovative technologies to the international market. The webinar invited Dr. Frank Lenzmann from the Netherlands Energy Research Center to share his experiences and to talk about the life cycle of solar PV modules and how to overcome the latest environmental challenges.

In addition, ITRI’s Materials and Chemicals Research Laboratories will also share the research and development spirit underlying the easy-to-dismantle PV module innovation, which maintains the high conversion efficiency of the PV panel. The webinar also invited high-profile Taiwanese listed companies to share the latest trends in PV panel materials. San Fang Chemical Industry and United Renewable Energy will discuss thermoplastic seal film technology and easy-to-dismantle PV module manufacturing capability trends. Through this event, we hope to bring together international companies to take advantage of new technologies and create a technological leap, develop competitive advantages and become future partners. Welcome to join us online!

Event webpage: https://easy-pv-module.itri.org.tw/

Contact

Tang-Xi, Yu

tangxi@itri.org.tw

) [summary] => The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) draws on the experience of EU experts to explore... [atom_content] =>

The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) draws on the experience of EU experts to explore new business opportunities in the circular economy of solar energy

TAIPEI, TAWAN – Media OutReach – le 24 aot 2021 – The lifespan of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels can reach 30 years. If not properly disposed of, it is estimated that the cumulative amount of global solar module waste will reach 8 million tonnes by 2030. The integration of solar module waste into circular economic models is a major issue. With the support of the Industrial Technology Department (DTI), under the aegis of the Minister of Economic Affairs (MAE), the Industrial Technology Research Institute (Industrial Technology Research Institute, ITRI) to innov Easy to dismantle PV module and rinsed the solar module. ITRI ??has introduced easy-to-dismantle materials and new structural designs into the final part of manufacturing upstream of the solar module value chain, enabling complete dismantling of waste solar panels and greatly increasing the value of recycling solar panels. solar modules.

The redesign of the PV module allows us to approach the energy future zero and truly renewable.

To further introduce the new technology to the international market, ITRI is hosting the webinar the approach of more greenery: easy to dismantle PV module on (Thursday) September 16, 2021, to analyze the recycling trends of solar panels in the EU and the opportunities for introducing innovative technologies to the international market. The webinar invited Dr. Frank Lenzmann from the Netherlands Energy Research Center to share his experiences and to talk about the life cycle of solar PV modules and how to overcome the latest environmental challenges.

In addition, ITRI’s Materials and Chemicals Research Laboratories will also share the research and development spirit underlying the easy-to-dismantle PV module innovation, which maintains the high conversion efficiency of the PV panel. The webinar also invited high-profile Taiwanese listed companies to share the latest trends in PV panel materials. San Fang Chemical Industry and United Renewable Energy will discuss thermoplastic seal film technology and easy-to-dismantle PV module manufacturing capability trends. Through this event, we hope to bring together international companies to take advantage of new technologies and create a technological leap, develop competitive advantages and become future partners. Welcome to join us online!

Event webpage: https://easy-pv-module.itri.org.tw/

Contact

Tang-Xi, Yu

tangxi@itri.org.tw

[date_timestamp] => 1629798621 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Packaging: Sale of Bosch Packaging Technology to CVC [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/packaging-sale-of-bosch-packaging-technology-to-cvc/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 09:17:32 +0000 [category] => TechnologyBoschCVCPackagingsale [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/packaging-sale-of-bosch-packaging-technology-to-cvc/ [description] => Bosch is considering selling its packaging machine manufacturing business to CVC Capital Partners (CVC). Bosch... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Bosch is considering selling its packaging machine manufacturing business to CVC Capital Partners (CVC).

Bosch plans to sell its packaging machine manufacturing business, based in Waiblingen, to a newly incorporated entity managed by CVC Capital Partners (CVC). The parties signed an agreement on July 11, 2019 providing for the transfer of all packaging technology activities.

Positive outlook for the packaging technology industry

For Alexander Dibelius, Managing Partner of CVC: ?Packaging technology enjoys an excellent reputation for quality and innovation, a wide product range, a global footprint and experienced people. In collaboration with the management team, we will work to move the company forward in the years to come and to make it even more competitive ?.
Stefan König, President of Bosch Packaging Technology GmbH, said: ?Just two years ago, we completely changed our strategy. This now means working on a whole new range of intelligent and sustainable processing and packaging technologies, which will allow us to offer our customers even more attractive solutions and services in the future ?.

Bosch consolidates its resources

A year ago, Bosch announced that it was looking for a buyer for its packaging technology business. Society is paying more and more attention to mobility and connectivity through the Internet of Things. It focuses its existing resources on areas of future importance, such as organizing the transformation process and preparing for digitization.
Bosch firmly believes that this new partnership can strengthen the competitiveness of the Packaging Technology division and hence its future viability. It also helps to stimulate growth considerably.

) [summary] => Bosch is considering selling its packaging machine manufacturing business to CVC Capital Partners (CVC). Bosch... [atom_content] =>

Bosch is considering selling its packaging machine manufacturing business to CVC Capital Partners (CVC).

Bosch plans to sell its packaging machine manufacturing business, based in Waiblingen, to a newly incorporated entity managed by CVC Capital Partners (CVC). The parties signed an agreement on July 11, 2019 providing for the transfer of all packaging technology activities.

Positive outlook for the packaging technology industry

For Alexander Dibelius, Managing Partner of CVC: ?Packaging technology enjoys an excellent reputation for quality and innovation, a wide product range, a global footprint and experienced people. In collaboration with the management team, we will work to move the company forward in the years to come and to make it even more competitive ?.
Stefan König, President of Bosch Packaging Technology GmbH, said: ?Just two years ago, we completely changed our strategy. This now means working on a whole new range of intelligent and sustainable processing and packaging technologies, which will allow us to offer our customers even more attractive solutions and services in the future ?.

Bosch consolidates its resources

A year ago, Bosch announced that it was looking for a buyer for its packaging technology business. Society is paying more and more attention to mobility and connectivity through the Internet of Things. It focuses its existing resources on areas of future importance, such as organizing the transformation process and preparing for digitization.
Bosch firmly believes that this new partnership can strengthen the competitiveness of the Packaging Technology division and hence its future viability. It also helps to stimulate growth considerably.

[date_timestamp] => 1629796652 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Paulette Lenert visits the United Nations Technology Innovations Lab in Finland [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/paulette-lenert-visits-the-united-nations-technology-innovations-lab-in-finland/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 07:33:13 +0000 [category] => TechnologyFinlandInnovationsLabLenertNationsPauletteUnitedvisits [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/paulette-lenert-visits-the-united-nations-technology-innovations-lab-in-finland/ [description] => MAEE Group photo Launched a little over a year ago in Helsinki, the UNTILab aims... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

MAEE

Group photo

Launched a little over a year ago in Helsinki, the UNTILab aims to incubate and accelerate the use of innovative products and services to meet the most pressing needs of members of the Nations. united in matters of peace and security, human rights and sustainable development. These technological solutions are based on the development of partnerships between the United Nations, the Member States as well as public and private actors. Several UNTILabs already exist today, including in Egypt, India, Malaysia and Finland. Each UNTILab aims to focus on specific development themes central to the needs, priorities and strengths of their respective geolocation. The objective of the visit was indeed to better understand the involvement of the local ecosystem in the stimulation of innovation for the purposes of socio-economic development and to explore avenues of similar collaboration with – and in – Luxembourg. .

Paulette Lenert also met Elina Kalkkum, Undersecretary of State for Development, Middle East and Africa policies at the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Discussions focused on Finnish development cooperation priorities, in particular in discussions around the new multiannual financial framework of the European Union, and on the integration of innovative technologies, in particular through public-private partnerships, within the Finnish cooperation policy.

Communicated by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and the Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action

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MAEE

Group photo

Launched a little over a year ago in Helsinki, the UNTILab aims to incubate and accelerate the use of innovative products and services to meet the most pressing needs of members of the Nations. united in matters of peace and security, human rights and sustainable development. These technological solutions are based on the development of partnerships between the United Nations, the Member States as well as public and private actors. Several UNTILabs already exist today, including in Egypt, India, Malaysia and Finland. Each UNTILab aims to focus on specific development themes central to the needs, priorities and strengths of their respective geolocation. The objective of the visit was indeed to better understand the involvement of the local ecosystem in the stimulation of innovation for the purposes of socio-economic development and to explore avenues of similar collaboration with – and in – Luxembourg. .

Paulette Lenert also met Elina Kalkkum, Undersecretary of State for Development, Middle East and Africa policies at the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Discussions focused on Finnish development cooperation priorities, in particular in discussions around the new multiannual financial framework of the European Union, and on the integration of innovative technologies, in particular through public-private partnerships, within the Finnish cooperation policy.

Communicated by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and the Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action

[date_timestamp] => 1629790393 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Saturne Technology, additive et addictive [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/saturne-technology-additive-et-addictive/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 07:02:56 +0000 [category] => Technology [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/saturne-technology-additive-et-addictive/ [description] => The lights dance on the steel powder. The silent ballet is tuned to the nearest... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The lights dance on the steel powder. The silent ballet is tuned to the nearest micron. Layer after layer, for hours, lasers shape parts destined for the flagship of fighter planes and very high speed trains.

With his nose glued to the glass, Walter Grzymlas has the amazed eyes of a child who would live Christmas every day. Very quickly, however, the CEO of Saturn Technology grimaces. Times are hard and they will be hard. ?We are fortunate to have diversified. Some postponements of orders are offset by other projects from other customers. “

Aeronautics, which allowed the Contern company to take off, will inevitably weather a heavy storm. ?But the large international groups, whether in aeronautics, space, nuclear or oil, want their parts! And as some companies will have trouble getting through the crisis, others will have to replace the first? ?The expert in metal additive manufacturing, cutting, drilling, welding and laser reloading, has secured his powder, in Canada, in France , in the United Kingdom, in Spain and in Germany, to allow its increasingly larger machines to continue to produce unique pieces.

The more complicated, the better

?With high added value?, he specifies, at a time when additive manufacturing is gaining its acclaim to industrialize the sector. ?We are only interested in very complicated parts and impeccable quality. I always tell my team that there is no question of letting out a part that does not exactly comply with the client’s specifications. ?

The industry would not forgive him: his parts are at the heart of star fighter planes, futuristic trains or oil platforms. Every detail counts every second.

Saturn Technology CEO Walter Grzymlas in front of one of his additive manufacturing ?Rolls-Royces?.

(Photo: Paperjam)

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The Saturn Coin Gallery.

(Photo: Paperjam)

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Tire molds for Goodyear.

(Photo: Paperjam)

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Saturn was looking for 3,000 square meters, it found 5,000 to continue its growth.

(Photo: Paperjam)

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Last year, Saturn, cramped in Sandweiler? moved to Contern. “We had been looking for another warehouse for two years, around 3,000 square meters, to continue to develop,” says the intractable manager. ?And then one day, by chance, while having lunch in a restaurant, I was told about this 5,000 square meter room that Goedert wanted to abandon. We jumped at the chance and did all the work necessary to bring the place up to our standards and to safety. ? The 2,000 square meters “in excess” are rented temporarily to Kuehne + Nagel, which has its warehouse in the other industrial zone of Contern. The logistician agreed to leave if Saturn needed room for his giant machines. Because Luxembourgers have become references for the builders of these extraordinary machines, who no longer hesitate to entrust one or the other to “beta-test” for a year or two. What to be at the forefront of technological developments.

Four million to 13 people

As in many modern industries, it seems possible to eat on the floor because the large hangar is so clean, but the CEO has set up a sort of canteen for his team. Thirteen hyperspecialized people who work from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., every day, not to mention the on-call duty when a machine sends an SMS to say that it has a problem, or tampering to deliver customers on time.

This is one of the two elements that ensure the growing success of the Luxembourg company: delivering on time, “telling our customers early enough that they will not have their parts on the scheduled date” and guaranteeing impeccable quality. Three laboratories continuously test that each part meets the needs of the end customer.

?I’m still looking for four people this year, but recruiting remains a complicated subject. I not only need people who are specialized, but who want to, who imagine a personal development, who are able to give a helping hand to a colleague when he needs it. “

“I often go down to production,” he smiles in his large office, where models of planes from a dozen companies are enthroned, computer graphics of ranges of planes and bits of metal which no one could understand. interest. And the boss knows each machine and each part inside out … He does not hesitate to describe to the layman the interest of each of them, as he had done, in his previous warehouse, for a guided tour. to Grand Duke Henri much longer than expected.

A market growing by 25% per year

?I was delighted to share this with him. The Grand Ducal family is important to me, to us. Both the Grand Duke and the Hereditary Grand Duke have expressed their interest. ? This attachment alone justifies that, despite the price of real estate, the company with four million euros in turnover last year, which has an investment plan of 10 million euros over the years. to come, continues to swear by Luxembourg.

It is not nothing as the giants reintegrate additive printing directly on their production sites. The market, estimated at $ 9.8 billion in 2018, will reach at least $ 16 billion this year, 25.5 in 2022 and 40.8 in 2024. More than a quarter of high-tech parts are already produced in this way (28 , 4%) and 27.9% of functional prototypes.

Far from the local initiatives that have saved lives by networking all the country’s 3D printers in an incredible outpouring of solidarity, additive manufacturing has its Luxembourg flagship.

) [summary] => The lights dance on the steel powder. The silent ballet is tuned to the nearest... [atom_content] =>

The lights dance on the steel powder. The silent ballet is tuned to the nearest micron. Layer after layer, for hours, lasers shape parts destined for the flagship of fighter planes and very high speed trains.

With his nose glued to the glass, Walter Grzymlas has the amazed eyes of a child who would live Christmas every day. Very quickly, however, the CEO of Saturn Technology grimaces. Times are hard and they will be hard. ?We are fortunate to have diversified. Some postponements of orders are offset by other projects from other customers. “

Aeronautics, which allowed the Contern company to take off, will inevitably weather a heavy storm. ?But the large international groups, whether in aeronautics, space, nuclear or oil, want their parts! And as some companies will have trouble getting through the crisis, others will have to replace the first? ?The expert in metal additive manufacturing, cutting, drilling, welding and laser reloading, has secured his powder, in Canada, in France , in the United Kingdom, in Spain and in Germany, to allow its increasingly larger machines to continue to produce unique pieces.

The more complicated, the better

?With high added value?, he specifies, at a time when additive manufacturing is gaining its acclaim to industrialize the sector. ?We are only interested in very complicated parts and impeccable quality. I always tell my team that there is no question of letting out a part that does not exactly comply with the client’s specifications. ?

The industry would not forgive him: his parts are at the heart of star fighter planes, futuristic trains or oil platforms. Every detail counts every second.

Saturn Technology CEO Walter Grzymlas in front of one of his additive manufacturing ?Rolls-Royces?.

(Photo: Paperjam)

1 / 4

The Saturn Coin Gallery.

(Photo: Paperjam)

2 / 4

Tire molds for Goodyear.

(Photo: Paperjam)

3 / 4

Saturn was looking for 3,000 square meters, it found 5,000 to continue its growth.

(Photo: Paperjam)

4 / 4

Last year, Saturn, cramped in Sandweiler? moved to Contern. “We had been looking for another warehouse for two years, around 3,000 square meters, to continue to develop,” says the intractable manager. ?And then one day, by chance, while having lunch in a restaurant, I was told about this 5,000 square meter room that Goedert wanted to abandon. We jumped at the chance and did all the work necessary to bring the place up to our standards and to safety. ? The 2,000 square meters “in excess” are rented temporarily to Kuehne + Nagel, which has its warehouse in the other industrial zone of Contern. The logistician agreed to leave if Saturn needed room for his giant machines. Because Luxembourgers have become references for the builders of these extraordinary machines, who no longer hesitate to entrust one or the other to “beta-test” for a year or two. What to be at the forefront of technological developments.

Four million to 13 people

As in many modern industries, it seems possible to eat on the floor because the large hangar is so clean, but the CEO has set up a sort of canteen for his team. Thirteen hyperspecialized people who work from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., every day, not to mention the on-call duty when a machine sends an SMS to say that it has a problem, or tampering to deliver customers on time.

This is one of the two elements that ensure the growing success of the Luxembourg company: delivering on time, “telling our customers early enough that they will not have their parts on the scheduled date” and guaranteeing impeccable quality. Three laboratories continuously test that each part meets the needs of the end customer.

?I’m still looking for four people this year, but recruiting remains a complicated subject. I not only need people who are specialized, but who want to, who imagine a personal development, who are able to give a helping hand to a colleague when he needs it. “

“I often go down to production,” he smiles in his large office, where models of planes from a dozen companies are enthroned, computer graphics of ranges of planes and bits of metal which no one could understand. interest. And the boss knows each machine and each part inside out … He does not hesitate to describe to the layman the interest of each of them, as he had done, in his previous warehouse, for a guided tour. to Grand Duke Henri much longer than expected.

A market growing by 25% per year

?I was delighted to share this with him. The Grand Ducal family is important to me, to us. Both the Grand Duke and the Hereditary Grand Duke have expressed their interest. ? This attachment alone justifies that, despite the price of real estate, the company with four million euros in turnover last year, which has an investment plan of 10 million euros over the years. to come, continues to swear by Luxembourg.

It is not nothing as the giants reintegrate additive printing directly on their production sites. The market, estimated at $ 9.8 billion in 2018, will reach at least $ 16 billion this year, 25.5 in 2022 and 40.8 in 2024. More than a quarter of high-tech parts are already produced in this way (28 , 4%) and 27.9% of functional prototypes.

Far from the local initiatives that have saved lives by networking all the country’s 3D printers in an incredible outpouring of solidarity, additive manufacturing has its Luxembourg flagship.

[date_timestamp] => 1629788576 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Viva Technology: Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook as guest stars [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/viva-technology-mark-zuckerberg-and-tim-cook-as-guest-stars/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 24 Aug 2021 06:30:09 +0000 [category] => TechnologyCookguestmarkmeta_keywordsstarsTimvivaZuckerberg [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/24/viva-technology-mark-zuckerberg-and-tim-cook-as-guest-stars/ [description] => After having had to give up its 2020 edition, the Parisian meeting dedicated to technological... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

After having had to give up its 2020 edition, the Parisian meeting dedicated to technological innovations intends to strike hard for its return. And announces for its edition scheduled from June 16 to 19, in Paris and online, the participation of the CEOs of Apple and Facebook, Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg.

The casting of this session had already been announced the European Commissioner Thierry Breton, the CEO of Magic Leap Peggy Johnson, the CEO of IBM Arvind Krishna, the CEO of Google Cloud Thomas Kurian, the president of Microsoft Brad Smith, the CEO of Zoom Eric S. Yuan, or the CEO of Paypal Dan Schulman.

This cast of choice is based in particular on the recent merger of VivaTech with German and British events such as its DLD and Founders Forum. The three meetings undertake to cooperate in the promotion and marketing of their respective operations. A cooperation which aims in particular to attract advantages of speakers, investors, start-ups and visitors to European events.

The gathering will once again be held in Hall 1 of the Parc des Expositions at Porte de Versailles. And will offer as usual a day open to the general public on Saturday, June 19. Among the exhibitors and partners are LVMH, Google, Huawei, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon Web Services, as well as a large number of innovative start-ups and scale-ups.

For each edition, the LVMH pavilion welcomes a large number of start-ups, particularly focused on e-commerce – VivaTech

As usual, the gathering will be largely punctuated by various speeches and thematic roundtables. These will follow one another this time on three distinct stages. Events that participants can also find online. Viva Technology is indeed adapting for this session to health requirements, at a time when the constraints imposed on the organizers continue to gradually disappear.

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) [summary] => After having had to give up its 2020 edition, the Parisian meeting dedicated to technological... [atom_content] =>

After having had to give up its 2020 edition, the Parisian meeting dedicated to technological innovations intends to strike hard for its return. And announces for its edition scheduled from June 16 to 19, in Paris and online, the participation of the CEOs of Apple and Facebook, Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg.

The casting of this session had already been announced the European Commissioner Thierry Breton, the CEO of Magic Leap Peggy Johnson, the CEO of IBM Arvind Krishna, the CEO of Google Cloud Thomas Kurian, the president of Microsoft Brad Smith, the CEO of Zoom Eric S. Yuan, or the CEO of Paypal Dan Schulman.

This cast of choice is based in particular on the recent merger of VivaTech with German and British events such as its DLD and Founders Forum. The three meetings undertake to cooperate in the promotion and marketing of their respective operations. A cooperation which aims in particular to attract advantages of speakers, investors, start-ups and visitors to European events.

The gathering will once again be held in Hall 1 of the Parc des Expositions at Porte de Versailles. And will offer as usual a day open to the general public on Saturday, June 19. Among the exhibitors and partners are LVMH, Google, Huawei, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon Web Services, as well as a large number of innovative start-ups and scale-ups.

For each edition, the LVMH pavilion welcomes a large number of start-ups, particularly focused on e-commerce – VivaTech

As usual, the gathering will be largely punctuated by various speeches and thematic roundtables. These will follow one another this time on three distinct stages. Events that participants can also find online. Viva Technology is indeed adapting for this session to health requirements, at a time when the constraints imposed on the organizers continue to gradually disappear.

All rights of reproduction and representation reserved.
© 2021 FashionNetwork.com

.

[date_timestamp] => 1629786609 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Aurora acquires OURS Technology, a company specializing in LIDAR technologies [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/21/aurora-acquires-ours-technology-a-company-specializing-in-lidar-technologies/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Sat, 21 Aug 2021 11:50:22 +0000 [category] => TechnologyacquiresAuroracompanyLidarspecializingtechnologies [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/technology/2021/08/21/aurora-acquires-ours-technology-a-company-specializing-in-lidar-technologies/ [description] => After having bought the autonomous car division of Uber and Blackmore, the startup Aurora has... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

After having bought the autonomous car division of Uber and Blackmore, the startup Aurora has just finalized a new acquisition. OURS Technology is the name of this company specializing in LIDAR technologies, which has just been acquired by Aurora. With this buyout, Aurora hopes accelerate the development of autonomous trucks on public roads, in the United States at first.

Aurora has an appetite

OURS Technology is a company specialized in LIDAR technologies. Founded in 2017, OURS Technology’s head office is based in Montana. For the moment, Aurora did not wish to disclose the cost of this acquisition or the conditions of the transaction. The 12 employees of the company will soon join the offices of Aurora, according to the press release issued on the occasion of the takeover.

In the same category

An Aurora spokesperson said this: “we are always on the lookout for how we can progress as quickly as possible and the expertise of OURS Technology in the development of LIDAR chips adds to what we already have and will allow us to accelerate our research “. LIDAR sensors, also called light wave detection and telemetry radars, are considered to be the essential and indispensable element for safely deploying autonomous vehicles on public roads.

The 70 global companies working in this sector are developing LIDAR technologies. These pulses of light form a 3D map that allows the autonomous vehicle to take the right direction and respect the right distances. We understand better how this is an essential element for autonomous driving technologies … Apple is for example currently in discussions with several suppliers of LIDAR sensors for the development of its own autonomous car.

OURS Technology, the startup specialized in FMCW LIDAR

OURS Technology does not develop just any LIDAR sensors. It is a LIDAR technology continuous wave frequency modulated (FMCW). This technology would have two main advantages: FMCW LIDAR sensors can instantly measure the speed of objects approaching or moving away from them. What’s more, these sensors are not subject to interference from the sun or other sensors.

BEAR’s technologies will enable Aurora to fine-tune your own technologies. A few months ago, Aurora already unveiled its “FirstLight Lidar“, a sensor based on technology from Blackmore (a company acquired by the startup in May 2019). Aurora plans to use BEAR’s technologies to make this sensor scalable. A spokesperson for the company said this: “Now we are going to look to expand our fleet and market our driverless trucks, the FirstLight Lidar must be more and more scalable, it must be smaller and cheaper, but just as powerful”.

) [summary] => After having bought the autonomous car division of Uber and Blackmore, the startup Aurora has... [atom_content] =>

After having bought the autonomous car division of Uber and Blackmore, the startup Aurora has just finalized a new acquisition. OURS Technology is the name of this company specializing in LIDAR technologies, which has just been acquired by Aurora. With this buyout, Aurora hopes accelerate the development of autonomous trucks on public roads, in the United States at first.

Aurora has an appetite

OURS Technology is a company specialized in LIDAR technologies. Founded in 2017, OURS Technology’s head office is based in Montana. For the moment, Aurora did not wish to disclose the cost of this acquisition or the conditions of the transaction. The 12 employees of the company will soon join the offices of Aurora, according to the press release issued on the occasion of the takeover.

In the same category

An Aurora spokesperson said this: “we are always on the lookout for how we can progress as quickly as possible and the expertise of OURS Technology in the development of LIDAR chips adds to what we already have and will allow us to accelerate our research “. LIDAR sensors, also called light wave detection and telemetry radars, are considered to be the essential and indispensable element for safely deploying autonomous vehicles on public roads.

The 70 global companies working in this sector are developing LIDAR technologies. These pulses of light form a 3D map that allows the autonomous vehicle to take the right direction and respect the right distances. We understand better how this is an essential element for autonomous driving technologies … Apple is for example currently in discussions with several suppliers of LIDAR sensors for the development of its own autonomous car.

OURS Technology, the startup specialized in FMCW LIDAR

OURS Technology does not develop just any LIDAR sensors. It is a LIDAR technology continuous wave frequency modulated (FMCW). This technology would have two main advantages: FMCW LIDAR sensors can instantly measure the speed of objects approaching or moving away from them. What’s more, these sensors are not subject to interference from the sun or other sensors.

BEAR’s technologies will enable Aurora to fine-tune your own technologies. A few months ago, Aurora already unveiled its “FirstLight Lidar“, a sensor based on technology from Blackmore (a company acquired by the startup in May 2019). Aurora plans to use BEAR’s technologies to make this sensor scalable. A spokesperson for the company said this: “Now we are going to look to expand our fleet and market our driverless trucks, the FirstLight Lidar must be more and more scalable, it must be smaller and cheaper, but just as powerful”.

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