FirstNews Briefs: IBM, NetMotion, DataXoom, Virtual Piggy
IBM unveiled a neurosynaptic computer chip to achieve an scale of one million programmable neurons, 256 million programmable synapses and 46 billion synaptic operations per second per watt. At 5.4 billion transistors, this production-scale chip is currently one of the largest CMOS chips ever built, yet, while running at biological real time, it consumes 70mW.
NetMotion Wireless, provider of mobility management software and solutions, announced the launch of the NetMotion Mobility App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Mobility delivers secure, managed network access to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, giving enterprises the same solution to ensure reliable and seamless connectivity.
DataXoom Corp., a wholesaler of mobile data services for medium- and large-sized businesses, announced that John Tantum, CEO, will speak at the Mobile Enterprise Expo at ITEXPO West.
Virtual Piggy, Inc., provider of payment technology Oink, today announced that it has a signed a partnership with Smilegate West, a subsidiary of Smilegate Inc, a Korean gaming company. Oink will provide Smilegate players with a safe and secure payment option when making purchases in its game library.