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Jellyfish Pictures is one of the most respected visual effects (VFX) and animation studios in the world, employing more than 300 artists across two U.K. studios and offering remote work around the globe.
Conga, the global leader in scalable revenue lifecycle management solutions, announced it is helping Extreme Networks, Inc., a leader in cloud-driven networking solutions, automate its contract management and quoting processes. With a centralized, end-to-end solution, the company has increased productivity among its Global Services Sales organization as a result of faster and more accurate quoting.
Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, announced that its IoT Security solution has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate Authorization. The company’s sponsoring agency is the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
SpeeDx Pty. Ltd., a developer of innovative molecular diagnostic solutions, have added saliva to the list of validated samples for their PlexPCR SARS-CoV-2 qPCR diagnostic for COVID-19 sales across Europe#. A preferred sample type for self-collection and compliance testing programs, the saliva claim will expand the utility of the SpeeDx COVID-19 workflow, and in partnership with the Molgen range of automation, will further support ultra-high throughput testing markets.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company, at AWS Summit San Francisco announced the general availability of AWS IoT TwinMaker, a new service that makes it faster and easier for developers to create digital twins of real-world systems like buildings, factories, industrial equipment, and production lines. Digital twins are virtual representations of physical systems that use real-world data to mimic the structure, state, and behavior of the objects they represent and are updated with new data as conditions change.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company at AWS Summit San Francisco announced the general availability of AWS Amplify Studio, a new visual development environment for creating web application user interfaces (UIs) that extends AWS Amplify so developers can create fully customizable web applications on AWS with minimal coding. Today, customers like Amazon Music, Credit Genie, Neiman Marcus, Noom, Orangetheory Fitness, and State Auto use AWS Amplify to more easily configure and deploy AWS services (e.g., database, compute, storage, etc.) to power their applications. AWS Amplify Studio extends the capabilities of AWS Amplify to provide a unified visual development environment for building feature-rich web applications on AWS—from provisioning the AWS services that power the application to creating dynamic UIs.