Aircuity, creator of measurably better environments, announced the launch of its 2.0 platform. Aircuity 2.0 is ideal for a wide variety of commercial buildings looking to significantly reduce energy costs, improve cognitive function and productivity, and achieve quantifiable results as part of a smart building strategy. Read more >>
Cardinal O’Hara High School technology specialist Ed Allen is pictured at the school last week. Allen, who is legally blind from Stargardt’s disease, will soon have the gift of sights, thanks to eSight glasses and numerous friends who contributed to his purchase of this groundbreaking product. Read more >>
Over the course of the 2016-17 season, Barney said he saw a fan at an Indianapolis Colts game wearing eyeglasses provided by eSight, a company that has a high-speed, high-definition camera that magnifies what a fan is viewing and brings it to life in front of their eyes.
“I was like, ‘Wow, this has got to happen,’” said Barney of leveraging the eSight technology for a Jazz fan. Read more >>
In the market for cloud storage and related tech services, there is Amazon—and then there’s everybody else.
The Seattle-based company’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) Amazon Web Services business generated $12.2 billion in sales last year, and it controls an estimated 33 percent of the global market for cloud infrastructure services, according to a recent analysis by Synergy Research Group.
But that isn’t deterring Wasabi Technologies, a new Boston data-storage startup, from entering the fray. And the 18-person upstart is taking direct swipes at […]
Nearly a year after Carbonite Inc. co-founders David Friend and Jeffrey Flowers first raised money for a stealthy new cloud storage startup called BlueArchive Inc., the duo is publicly launching their company with a new name and an ambitious plan to undercut the fastest-growing segment of Amazon.com Inc.’s business.
Now called Wasabi, the startup is offering to store large amounts of data at a fraction the price of Amazon Web Services’ S3 offering — the flagship product of a cloud […]
Saving money may be a good enough reason to try a brand-new cloud storage service — if it can deliver on its promises.
That’s the equation some enterprises may use when they look at Wasabi Technologies, an object storage startup that says it offers six times the performance of Amazon’s S3 service at one-fifth the price. The service is available globally on Wednesday. Read more >>
Learn more about Ziad Moukheiber, CEO of Boston Harbor Angels, and his involvement with BUILD. Read more >>