Thursday, June 20, 2019

5G will drive autonomous vehicles beyond standard routes to next level

Joe Moye can see visions of a future where commuters may be able to hail self-driving cars on demand — like an Uber or taxi. But to get to that level, the...

Bridg gears up for faster data transfer

Most businesses are taking a wait-and-see approach on the capability of the fifth generation of network speed to determine how to improve products and services — but not Chester Kennedy’s group. Kennedy...

How 5G will push AR/VR to new heights

Waymon Armstrong’s company has had a big impact when it comes to training medical, first response or military staff — all without the cost of putting them into situations that may...

MASSIVE IBM CAMPUS WHERE PC WAS BORN NOW HOUSING A NEW GENERATION OF INNOVATORS

In the ‘70s and ‘80s, IBM’s research & development campus in Boca Raton bustled with innovation. The huge office building housed several firsts, most notably as the place where the world first...

Ultimate Software names Adam Rogers new co-CEO

Adam Rogers, Ultimate Software’s chief technology officer, has been named co-CEO of the Weston-based technology giant, the company announced Wednesday. Rogers, who joined Ultimate Software in 1997, will lead the company with...

Virginia tech firm to seek 150 data security workers in Orlando

A Herndon, Virginia-based cybersecurity firm is ramping up its hiring in Orlando with more than 150 new jobs. ManTech International Corp. (Nasdaq: MANT) plans to hire those workers for its Orlando Cyber...

KnowBe4 breaks into billion-dollar value after latest investment

KnowBe4, the company that has dominated headlines after nearing a billion-dollar status while pushing for more cybersecurity training in the Tampa Bay area, has now reached unicorn status. The tech term is...

25 Tampa Bay businesses will compete for top GrowFL spots

GrowFL, the accelerator focused on second-stage companies, is preparing for its ninth annual "Companies to Watch" and over two dozen Tampa Bay companies are vying for the top spot. Finalists were announced...

KKR invests $300M in KnowBe4

The Tampa Bay area just got another unicorn. KnowBe4, a cybersecurity training company in Clearwater, received $300 million in an investment round led by KKR and with significant participation by two existing...

Synapse challenge winners propose a festival powered by tech at Al Lang

Geodesic domes that incorporate technology to showcase the arts, music, education and sports would fill Al Lang Stadium when it’s not hosting Tampa Bay Rowdies games, under a vision by two...
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