|WilsonPro's Booster Can Strengthen Cellular Signal in Your Office Building|
The "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) trend has exploded, with more than 90% of workplaces encouraging people to use their personal laptops, phones and tablets in the office, according to IDC. But what is the point of BYOD if an office building has poor cell signal?
WilsonPro, a leader in enterprise cellular connectivity, can install a cell signal booster in just a few days. Companies can complete their day-to-day tasks without a weak signal getting in the way, allowing them to work more efficiently and effectively.
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|Partnership Enables Humanlike Experience With Devices, Apps, and Web Services|
Artificial Solutions, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, recently announced a new partnership with Zenterio, a leading television and multiscreen solutions provider. The alliance will enable Zenterio to offer its customers a conversational AI element in its interactive TV platform.
"Conversational AI offers companies a way to differentiate themselves, particularly in crowded market spaces where customer retention can deliver huge gains," said Andy Peart, Chief Strategy Officer of Artificial Solutions. "We're delighted to be working with Zenterio to enable a humanlike, natural language experience within interactive TV services."
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|The World is Going Electric...and Electric is Going Wireless|
Chargifi provides the technology that enables companies to transform the way they manage, monitor and monetize electric power. Chargifi has built an Internet of Things (IoT) platform specializing in the enterprise management of wireless charging power for smartphones, electric vehicles and drones.
A recent $7 million investment, led by Accelerated Digital Ventures, will enable Chargifi to accelerate sales and marketing and international growth across U.S. and Asian markets at a time when the demand for wireless power is on the rise.
Dan Bladen, Co-founder and CEO of Chargifi said: "We are delighted to have secured this round of funding, giving us the firepower to scale our growth plans. At Chargifi we believe that the world is going electric and electric is going wireless -- this is a monumental shift. We have never been more reliant upon power for our phones and vehicles than we are today. This year you will be able to charge your new car wirelessly by pulling it up over a wireless charging area. In the future drones will land on buildings and charge wirelessly before taking off again."