Trust in the leading martech company by the NBG, with 14 million euros loan London, Athens, 19 December 2022 – Upstream, the global mobile marketing technology specialist, has secured a loan agreement of 14 million euros with the National Bank of Greece. The financing, which highlights the bank’s support for the country’s verdant and promising… Read More »
Dedicated antennas optimised for light rail vehicles have been launched by HUBER+SUHNER, further expanding its offering to the transport sector. As all transportation market segments look to cope with rising bandwidth demand, rail, light rail, and road vehicles all have different requirements. The SENCITY® Tram rooftop antennas range has been developed to provide an all-in-one… Read More »
Multiple award wins in early 2022 also showcase ThreatQuotient’s continued global leadership in security automation London, UK – March 15, 2022 – ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, today announced the advancements of two key team members: Cyrille Badeau was promoted to Vice President of International Sales, and Yann Le Borgne was promoted to… Read More »
12.18. Group and Engel & Völkers Asset Management launch the first fund specialised in tourism real estate for institutional investors The founding portfolio consists of three properties of 12.18. in Ibiza, Sardinia and in Scotland Further joint hospitality purchases for the fund in strategic cooperation with 12.18. are planned The independent license partner Engel &… Read More »
This investment will be leveraged to accelerate the commercialisation of the world’s most energy efficient and optimized modular edge data centre, cutting down consumption and CO2 emissions by more than half DataQube Global Ltd, developer of the world’s first standalone edge data centre module, has acquired a €26 million Series A funding from RGREEN INVEST,… Read More »
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