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Plex (software) Plex sells a premium service called Plex Pass, with features like synchronization with mobile devices, cloud storage integration, metadata and matchings for music, support for multiple users, parental controls, live TV and DVR, trailers and extras and cross-selling offers. Plex initially developed applications for services such as Hulu and Netflix. Hulu deployed "counter-measures" by creating changes deliberately to prevent Plex from parsing their HTML. Netflix and Hulu services are no longer officially available with Plex anymore. [citation needed] The relationships with content companies were not completely adversarial. The video library, a key feature of Plex, uses one of the Plex metadata databases. While Plex was initially a Mac OS X-only application, Plex Media Server is also available for Windows and Linux. Player apps are Plex's front-end allowing the user to manage and play music, photos, videos and online content from a local or remote computer running Plex Media Server.

Recopick. 틸리언, 내 생각이 포인트가 된다! Live-streaming platform History Founding and initial growth (2007–2013) Growth, YouTube acquisition speculation (2014) Amazon subsidiary (2014–present) Content As a teaching tool Charity Esports Professional sports On March 18, 2021 Amazon signed an Exclusive contact with the NFL allowing Twitch and Amazon prime to stream all of the league’s TNF games (15 total) along with 1 preseason game per year, a possible Saturday game late in the season and a wild card simulcast (The late season exclusive Saturday game was added during the 2020 and 2021 seasons) Emotes Creators and audience Streamers Users Partner and affiliate programs Content moderation and restrictions Copyrighted content Mature content Hate speech and harassment Internet censorship Asia Platform support Twitch Desktop App and CurseForge TwitchCon See also List of social networking services References External links.

Telegram (service) Telegram has faced censorship or outright bans in some countries over accusations that the app's services have been used to facilitate illegal activities, such as protests and terrorism, as well as declining demands to facilitate government access to user data and communications. Secret chats are not available for groups or channels. A simplified illustration of the MTProto encryption scheme. Telegram has various client apps, some developed by Telegram Messenger LLP and some by the community. Most of them are free and open-source and released under the GNU General Public Licence version 2 or 3. Completely blocked Blocked partially (some ISPs or audio traffic) Jakobsen, Jakob; Orlandi, Claudio (8 December 2015).

Media related to Telegram Messenger at Wikimedia Commons. Zapier. Zapier is an American for-profit corporation and a web-based service that allows end users to integrate the web applications they use. Zapier is based out of Sunnyvale, California; however, it employs a one hundred percent distributed workforce of 110 employees based around the United States and in 13 countries.

History[edit] In March 2017, the company made headlines by offering a "de-location package," consisting of $10,000 in moving reimbursement to employees who desired to move away from the San Francisco Bay Area. While Zapier's entire workforce works remotely, the package was a result of increasing housing costs and the company's desire to help its local employees improve their standard of living.[6] Shortly after, job applications increased by 30%, but no employees have taken advantage of the offer.[7] Features[edit] Overview[edit] Zapier provides workflows to automate the use of web applications together. Usage examples[edit] Reception[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] Token Foundry | Helping Build the Tokenized Future.


오픈튜토리얼스. Stellar (payment network) Jump up ^ Michael Casey; Paul Vigna (31 July 2014). "Mt. Gox, Ripple Founder Unveils Stellar, a New Digital Currency Project". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 3 September 2014. Stellar Foundation. Localization Management Platform: collaborative internationalization and easy to use translation system - Crowdin. ConsenSys. Company[edit] As of July 2018[update], ConsenSys has more than 900 employees. Its main office is located in an old industrial building in Bushwick, Brooklyn and was described by The New York Times as "essentially one large room, with all the messy trademarks of a start-up operation, including white boards on the walls and computer parts lying around. "[4] On October 31st, 2018, ConsenSys acquired Planetary Resources, an asteroid mining company.[5] In December 2018, ConsenSys announced a restructuring and projected layoffs of 13% of the staff.[6][7] Projects[edit] As a dedicated venture studio, ConsenSys is actively involved in numerous projects and initiatives.

ICOs[edit] Several ConsenSys companies and projects raised capital from the public in the form of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). SingularDTV, a ConsenSys media and entertainment project, sold SNGLS tokens to the public in an ICO in October 2016. References[edit] External links[edit] Official website. Cloud Computing, Simplicity at Scale. OwnCloud | Secure Enterprise File Sharing (EFSS) Chartmetric, a modern music data tool for the streaming age.

그대안의 작은 호수 – 살아온 날의 기록과 이음 – 살아온 날의 흔적, 살아갈 날의 기록과 트레이딩컨설팅그룹 이음. Gitter - Wikipedia. Gitter is an instant messaging and chat room system for developers and users of GitHub repositories. Gitter is provided as software-as-a-service, with a free option providing all basic features and the ability to create a single private chat room, and paid subscription options for individuals and organisations, which allows them to create arbitrary numbers of private chat rooms.

Features[edit] Gitter supports: Integrations with non-GitHub sites and applications[edit] Apps[edit] Official Gitter apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android are available.[6] Advantages and disadvantages[edit] Pervasive logging[edit] The fact that messages posted to Gitter chat rooms are preserved indefinitely in chat room logs means that all users can see all messages in a chat room going back to when the chat room was created, which is useful for finding previous discussions and solutions to problems. History[edit] Gitter came out of beta in 2014. On March 15, 2017, GitLab announced the acquisition of Gitter. Twilio - Wikipedia. Twilio (pronounced TWILL-e-o) is a cloud communications platform as a service (PaaS) company based in San Francisco, California. Twilio allows software developers to programmatically make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages using its web service APIs.

Twilio's services are accessed over HTTP and are billed based on usage. As of May 2016, more than 1 million developers use the service.[1] In June 2016, Twilio raised $150 million. In their first day of trading, shares closed up nearly 92 percent.[2] History[edit] Twilio was founded in 2007 by Jeff Lawson, Evan Cooke, and John Wolthuis[3] and was originally based in both Seattle, Washington, and San Francisco, California.[4] Twilio raised approximately $103 million in venture capital growth funding.

Reception[edit] Twilio participated in more than 500 developer events in 2014. Acquisitions[edit] Technology[edit] Twilio lists a number of other open-source projects on their website including: Usage[edit] See also[edit] Exar | Data compression & security. Exar's data compression and security solutions address the evolving IT infrastructure needs by providing high availability and performance, workload optimization, security for data in transit or at rest, storage capacity optimization (SCO) and reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) ➢ AltraHD for Hadoop Mobile devices, social media, sensor-enabled e-commerce, the cloud and web 2.0 applications are transforming the global IT infrastructure.

The amount and type of data or "Big Data" is changing and growing exponentially. Big Data, which now includes increasing amounts of unstructured data, needs to be available anytime, anywhere and in various formats. As a result, the IT infrastructure must be adaptive, always-on, scalable, secure and cost effective. Large amounts of data are expensive to manage, store and backup. Although general purpose CPUs have gotten significantly faster, data compression algorithms are computationally intensive and can saturate multiple multi-core CPUs. Kaggle - Wikipedia. In 2010, Kaggle was founded as a platform for predictive modelling and analytics competitions on which companies and researchers post their data and statisticians and data miners from all over the world compete to produce the best models.

This crowdsourcing approach relies on the fact that there are countless strategies that can be applied to any predictive modelling task and it is impossible to know at the outset which technique or analyst will be most effective. Kaggle also hosts recruiting competitions in which data scientists compete for a chance to interview at leading data science companies like Facebook, Winton Capital, and Walmart. In April 2015, Kaggle released the first version of their Scripts product onto their platform. Scripts allows users to write, run, and publicly share their code on Kaggle. In January 2016, Kaggle released their Datasets product, making a selection of public datasets available on Kaggle. Kaggle community[edit] How Kaggle competitions work[edit]

Product | Quobyte. Seagate. Seagate Technology - Wikipedia. Seagate Technology PLC (commonly referred to as Seagate) is an American data storage company. It was incorporated in 1978, as Shugart Technology. Since 2010, the company is incorporated in Dublin, Ireland, with operational headquarters in Cupertino, California, United States.[2] Seagate developed the first 5.25-inch hard disk drive (HDD), the 5-megabyte ST-506, in 1980. They were a major supplier in the microcomputer market during the 1980s, especially after the introduction of the IBM XT in 1983.

Today Seagate along with Western Digital dominates the HDD market. Much of their growth has come through acquisition of competitors. Founding as Shugart Technology[edit] Company history[edit] Early history and Tom Mitchell era[edit] Seagate ST-225, cover removed The company's first product, the 5-megabyte ST-506, was released in 1980. Second Al Shugart era (1990s)[edit] In 1996, Seagate introduced the industry's first hard disk with a 10,000-RPM spindle speed, the Cheetah 4LP. 2010 to present[edit] Dot Hill Systems - Wikipedia. Dot Hill Systems Corp wa a manufacture of computer Storage area network arrays. Providing computer hardware and software products for small and large computer data storage systems. Dot Hill was started in 1997 in Carlsbad, California.[1] In 2004 Dot Hill acquired Chaparral Network Storage in Longmont, Colorado. Chaparral Network Storage was started in 2000 and also manufactured storage systems.[2] In 2010 Dot Hill start moving almost all Carlsbad operations to Longmont.[3] Dot Hill was listed on the NASDAQ as HILL.[4] Seagate Technology finalized the acquisition of the company in October 2015.[6] External links[edit] Official website References[edit]

Qlik - Wikipedia. Qlik is a software company based in Radnor, Pennsylvania, United States. Qlik is the provider of QlikView and Qlik Sense, business intelligence & visualization software. History[edit] Qlik (previously known as QlikTech) was founded in Lund, Sweden in 1993 as a software company in business intelligence (BI).[1] Its PC-based desktop tool was called QuikView.

"Quik" stood for "Quality, Understanding, Interaction, Knowledge. " Initially the software was sold only in Sweden.[2] Måns Hultman became CEO in 2000 and Lars Björk became CFO. The company focused on the area of Business Intelligence (BI), growing from 35 employees in 1999 to 70 in 2003. In 2005, the single-user desktop tool was replaced with a server-based web tool. [5] Qlik established partnerships with Intel and HP, and incorporated charts and colors in their UI. In 2007, Lars Björk became Qlik’s CEO. As of April 2011, the company had a market capitalization over $2 billion.[7] See also[edit] Business discovery References[edit] OurCrowd. OurCrowd is an equity crowdfunding platform, built for accredited investors to provide venture capital funding for early-stage startups. OurCrowd was founded by Jonathan Medved with Steven Blumgart, previously of Glencore International. The company officially launched in February 2013 and is based in Jerusalem, Israel with overseas branches in San Diego, CA; New York, NY; and Sydney, Australia.

History[edit] OurCrowd officially launched in February 2013 by the serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and angel investor Jonathan Medved, OurCrowd's CEO and founder. Ourcrowd Officially launched in February 2013 in Jerusalem, Israel.[1] In March 2013, OurCrowd opened its US office in San Diego, California. As of November 2013, OurCrowd raised over $25M for its 30 portfolio companies.[3] Contributions were raised from accredited investors in over 19 different countries. In January, 2016, OurCrowd brought together 3,000 investors and entrepreneurs for their annual summit in Jerusalem.[4] Optimal Performance and Data Protection, SSD, DataPacs | X-IO Technologies. ISEs, as mentioned in the previous section, provide a carrier-grade scale-out high-performance storage infrastructure, with a five- to seven-year operating lifespan, and provide 2 to 10 times the performance of alternatives, at 30-70% of the total cost of ownership of those alternatives.

The ISE achieves that kind of scale and performance by focusing on the effective interoperation of hardware and software, in concert with one another. The basis of the ISE performance and reliability lies in its proprietary, patented hardware design. The ISE 3 rack-unit (3U) chassis is designed to shield the storage media from environmental anomalies, and to eliminate adverse environmental factors that are introduced by the storage media themselves. Sensors monitor all aspects of the chassis’ environment, and custom-engineered cooling systems pull (rather than push) air from the cold aisle through the unit. BnkToTheFuture. Mirantis. New Breed of Object Storage from SwiftStack. Suitable Technologies Beam Smart Presence System.

Object storage + grid for apps - OpenIO. OwnCloud. Blue Jeans Network. Avere - FlashCloud™ - Software to Reduce Cloud Latency. Equinix. ZDNet. Scality. Facebook Code | Facebook. Evernote. Home - Open Source Log Management with Graylog. Redis Labs. GigaSpaces. The Register. Radian Memory Systems. Locu. Databricks - Making big data simple. SSD Cloud Server, VPS Server, Simple Cloud Hosting | DigitalOcean. Aspera - High-speed file transfer software. Network Attached Storage (NAS) Maxta Inc. Avid Technology. Hitachi Data Systems. Enterprise Data Storage, Virtualization Management Solutions | Tegile. SolidFire | Scale-out Storage for Next-Generation Data Centers. Cohodata - Scale out SDN Storage | Coho Data. Nimble Storage. Flash Optimized Hybrid Storage Solutions | Nimble Storage. Nexenta Systems. Systems: Global Leader in Software-Defined Storage. Kaminario. Nimbus Data. Nimbus Data: Leader in All-Flash Storage. Primary Data. Amplidata. Home - Amplidata – Storage Redefined. PernixData. PernixData.

Nutanix - The Virtual Computing Platform. Tintri. Zero Management Storage for Virtualization and Cloud | Tintri. Zadara Storage. Cloud Block File Enterprise Storage as a Service | Zadara Storage. Reduxio. Next-Gen Hybrid Storage | Reduxio Systems. Astute - Performance Storage Appliances.