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Qualcomm Snapdragon Ride Platform: Unveiling the Great Wall of Ride

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Qualcomm gains valuable Snapdragon Ride Platform sales and marketing momentum from its GWM win. Qualcomm is demonstrating that even during the uncertainties of the global COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical trade tensions that collaboration with China-based concerns can yield substantial business and technical progress in the fast-emerging autonomous vehicles space.

Qualcomm is showing it can meet the challenges of advancing ADAS capabilities, especially in safely attaining L4/L5 autonomous driving capabilities, working with key partners such as GWM. Now Qualcomm must execute in areas such as demonstrating ADAS-related sensor technology is ready for prime time driving in all conditions and that AI-enable innovations are replicable across the industry to sustain the Snapdragon Ride Platform’s long-term competitive success.

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Pexip’s New Private Cloud — The Missing Piece in Video Conferencing’s Security vs Scalability Conundrum

In Cloud, Collaboration by Olivier BlanchardLeave a Comment

Scalability, enterprise-class security, geographic specificity, and data portability define Pexip’s impressive new Private Cloud for video conferencing. Every organization that was looking for a way to quickly scale its video-conferencing deployments but didn’t have confidence that public clouds could provide adequate levels of data security and privacy, no longer has to choose between scalability and security. They can have both. Here’s an overview of the specifics of the Pexip Private Cloud.