Due to Popular Demand, bitcoinblack Announces a Membership Waitlist for No-Limit Crypto Credit Card

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MIAMI, July 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The bitcoinblack community, which is limited to 10,000 members globally, today announces it is taking applications for their waitlist. According to company executives, the move is in response to growing demand from community members eager to become an exclusive bitcoinblack credit card holder.

bitcoinblack members all receive the world’s only no-limit, all-metal, black crypto credit card. Exclusive membership benefits also include access to the bitcoinblack mansion located in Turks & Caicos, private jet bookings, admission to 1,300+ airport lounges worldwide, and usage of the bitcoinblack crypto exchange. Members also have the ability to earn bitcoinblack’s official reward token known as SPEND ($SPND), which can be redeemed for admission to some of the world’s most luxurious private events curated by Haute Living Magazine.

Seasoned crypto investor and bitcoinblack CEO, Prakash Chand, said, “The rollout of applications for the waitlist is a really important step in building the bitcoinblack community, which ultimately will have an intimate membership of VIPs globally.”

bitcoinblack also announced a partnership with Haute Living to create the Haute Living Luxury Marketplace, which will launch on Sept. 15, 2022. bitcoinblack members will be able to redeem their SPEND tokens for one-of-a-kind premium rewards and experiences available in the marketplace.

The marketplace will be exclusive to bitcoinblack members and will include limited edition luxury cars, watches and clothing in addition to Haute Living events not available anywhere else.

“Our community is very excited about the marketplace and the exclusive ‘once-in-a-lifetime’-type experiences that they will have the ability to access with their SPEND tokens,” said Kamal Hotchandani, Chief Luxury Officer of bitcoinblack and Founder of Haute Living. “Members know from our reputation that they can expect the best in premium events and other luxe rewards.”

Now that the waitlist is open, anyone interested in joining the bitcoinblack waitlist can do so via bitcoinblackcreditcard.com. Applicants who are referrals from an existing member will receive priority.

About bitcoinblack

bitcoinblack is the world’s most exclusive crypto-powered black credit card. Backed by the cardholder’s bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies, bitcoinblack opens up a world of freedom and luxury that includes high-limit purchases and opulent members-only rewards powered by the $SPND token.

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Tresata Launches Digital Business Platform to Tackle the $200 Billion Data Usability Opportunity

Built exclusively for data clouds, the Tresata Digital Business Platform (DBP) empowers businesses to liberate their data from current challenges that limit use

CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tresata announces the commercial launch of its Digital Business Platform (DBP), a first-of-its-kind software system that radically simplifies every businesses’ ability to use their data.

DBP was designed to solve one of the toughest challenges facing businesses—delivering usable data that can effectively power digital transformations. This represents one of the biggest opportunities in software, addressing a $200 billion market of businesses that struggle to use all of their data. With 68% of available enterprise data unused today, DBP represents an opportunity for exponential growth by leveraging the exabytes of data in the cloud and putting them to work.

“Tresata presents a paradigm shift in how enterprises achieve, monitor and manage usable data assets. What would previously take enormous time and resources—in addition to heavy manual work by data teams—can now be automated as quickly as a business demands. By connecting data assets across a business, DBP provides users everything there is to know about their customers, processes, and products. The result is the ability to support and manage each of them in a unique way by adding loads of value in a differentiated and personalized way,” said Mike Leone, senior analyst, data platforms, analytics and AI, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).

As the first data usability system built exclusively for data clouds, DBP comes with pre-built integrations to internal data warehouses, data mesh architectures, external data sources, and transactional and analytics systems. The platform leverages advanced semantic data integration to make data collected across business systems instantly usable and relatable, freeing the data from its limitations to provide immediate business value. DBP has been shown to dramatically increase speed to market and amplify business value across the digital transformation initiatives a business must implement today.

Having worked with several of the largest companies in the world across multiple industries for the past decade, Tresata believes making data usable and available is key to every organization’s digital transformation. DBP enables every business to create usable data immediately and automatically, to benefit all employees, systems, applications and processes.

“DBP puts the same data intelligence capabilities core to the success of digital vanguards like Google and Tesla into the hands of every organization, allowing them to become data-first organizations as well,” said Abhishek Mehta, CEO, Tresata, “Having usable data to power every decision, product and process will be critical for businesses of all shapes and sizes to not just liberate their data, but also provide much-needed freedom to their people to succeed.”

ABOUT TRESATA
Tresata automates the analysis of data at absolute scale. Its Digital Business Platform is used by Fortune 500 companies to leverage data as an asset and create products and services that Enrich Life® for all their customers.

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Merritt Group
Email: tresata@merrittgrp.com

TELUS Agriculture expands its scope, becoming TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods

Evolving to better transform and benefit the larger value chain, from producers to consumers

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, July 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TELUS is broadening its business strategy to deliver data insights and a wide range of integrated digital solutions to customers beyond the agricultural sector, and changing the name of its agriculture unit to TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods as a signal of its commitment. Rapidly growing its assets and capabilities since its launch nearly two years ago, the newly rebranded unit is now well positioned to connect participants across the entire value chain, from seed growers to food and consumer goods retailers, and enable them to make sound, agile, data-driven business decisions to minimize costs and waste. Leveraging the latest technology, the industry expertise of its global team, artificial intelligence and TELUS’ Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods aims to vastly improve the way food and other goods are produced, distributed and consumed, and how these processes impact net profitability and consumer value, with a view to alleviating unnecessary strain on our natural resources. Currently, more than one in five TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods customers are manufacturers of packaged foods, beverages and products that include everything from cosmetics to bakeware and batteries.

“At TELUS, we are proud to direct our human and technological innovation toward answering some of the most significant social challenges facing our world. This includes ensuring global access to a nutritious food supply that is safe, secure and connected, whilst at the same time, helping to effectively manage the disconcerting amount of goods that never end up in the hands of consumers due to waste, spoilage, quality issues and inaccurate forecasting,” said Darren Entwistle, President and CEO of TELUS. “Through our expanded TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods business, our team is committed to leveraging our technology-driven efforts to optimize the production of food and consumer goods in a manner that is more sustainable and environmentally friendly. Together, we are caring for the planet for future generations, and improving outcomes for citizens and families around the world.”

Pre-consumer waste presents a host of significant issues, notably as it piles up in the world’s increasingly overburdened landfills, which are among the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions. It’s estimated that at least one third of food alone is lost or wasted globally before it reaches shopping baskets. By tackling the agriculture and consumer goods industries’ complex data harmonization and management challenges, and putting data to work generating real-time actionable intelligence, TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods is making it easier for value chain participants to collaborate and enhance processes, allowing them to adapt more swiftly to evolving consumer preferences.

“Our solutions digitize and optimize key business functions along the entire value chain, from production to trade promotion management, improving efficiency and profitability. We believe that by better connecting these solutions and using the data insights that they offer, we can create more value for the entire value chain. At the same time, we can improve the safety, quality and sustainability of food and other goods, all in a way that is traceable and clear to the end consumer,” says John Raines, President of TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods. TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods is the largest, independent data insights and digital technology player in this sector, and our new name captures the breadth of the market we now serve.”

TELUS Agriculture’s expansion has included the addition of a series of assets to the business unit’s unmatched and growing portfolio, namely Blacksmith Applications in 2021. The U.S.-based company is a leading provider of trade promotion management, optimization and analytics (TPx) solutions for consumer packaged goods manufacturers and retailers. With a presence on five continents, the TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods team now works with six of the 10 top food and beverage suppliers and nine out of the 10 largest agriculture companies in the world.

About TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods
TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods is a leading global technology provider delivering data insights and digital solutions to agriculture, food and consumer goods customers in 60 countries with a view to creating better producer-to-consumer outcomes. Backed by a global team of 1,600 experts across Canada, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Slovakia, Armenia, Germany, China, and Australia, TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods offers a growing list of integrated solutions for analytics, data, supply chain, trade promotion, farm and livestock production management. By leveraging technology and data, TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods is creating a unified, trusted and sustainable value chain to enable more efficient production and logistics, while lowering the impact on the environment, to progress its vision of transforming supply chains and making the future friendly.

For more information please visit telus.com/agcg and follow @TELUS_AGCG on Twitter and TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods on LinkedIn.

About TELUS
TELUS (TSX: T, NYSE: TU) is a dynamic, world-leading communications technology company with $17 billion in annual revenue and 17 million customer connections spanning wireless, data, IP, voice, television, entertainment, video, and security. Our social purpose is to leverage our global-leading technology and compassion to drive social change and enable remarkable human outcomes. Our longstanding commitment to putting our customers first fuels every aspect of our business, making us a distinct leader in customer service excellence and loyalty. The numerous, sustained accolades TELUS has earned over the years from independent, industry-leading network insight firms showcase the strength and speed of TELUS’ global-leading networks, reinforcing our commitment to provide Canadians with access to superior technology that connects us to the people, resources and information that make our lives better.

TELUS Health is Canada’s leader in digital health technology, improving access to health and wellness services and revolutionizing the flow of health information across the continuum of care. TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods is a global technology provider of innovative data insights and digital solutions, creating a unified, trusted and sustainable value chain. TELUS International (TSX and NYSE: TIXT) is a leading digital customer experience innovator that designs, builds, and delivers next-generation solutions, including AI and content moderation, for global and disruptive brands across high-growth industry verticals, including tech and games, communications and media and ecommerce and FinTech. TELUS and TELUS International operate in 28 countries around the world.

Driven by our determination and vision to connect all citizens for good, our deeply meaningful and enduring philosophy to give where we live has inspired TELUS, our team members and retirees to contribute more than $900 million, in cash, in-kind contributions, time and programs, and 1.8 million days of service since 2000. This unprecedented generosity and unparalleled volunteerism have made TELUS the most giving company in the world. Together, let’s make the future friendly.

Media Contact
Caroline Arbour
TELUS Public Relations
(514) 809-0396
caroline.arbour@telus.com

RAJANT ACHIEVES CERTIFICATION FOR KOMATSU’S FRONTRUNNER AUTONOMOUS HAULAGE SOLUTION (AHS)

Validation for Autonomous Hauling Completed with Rajant in Just Six Months

Malvern, Pennsylvania (USA), July 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh® wireless networks, and Komatsu, developer and supplier of heavy equipment and services for the construction, mining, forklift, industrial, and forestry markets, have achieved Rajant certification for Komatsu’s FrontRunner® Autonomous Haulage Solution (AHS). Validation for FrontRunner AHS was completed in just six months.

“Reliable communications networks that offer continuous mobile connectivity are crucial to successful autonomous haulage operations,” said David Haukeness, Komatsu’s product manager for autonomous systems. “Rajant’s low-latency Kinetic Mesh and support for LTE and WiFi make their network a key part of our efforts to help our customers achieve their autonomous goals.”

Komatsu’s FrontRunner AHS uses a wealth of onboard technology and requires continuous, reliable wireless communication with the central office. Rajant Kinetic Mesh® machine-to-machine (M2M) InstaMesh® technology provides autonomous solutions like Komatsu’s FrontRunner AHS with higher reliability and network resiliency with low latency, which is critical to maintaining ‘always-on’ connectivity for autonomous machines.

Rajant is already co-deployed on Komatsu mining equipment in more than 100 mines globally and is now ready to support Komatsu’s autonomous solutions.

“Achieving Rajant certification with Komatsu reflects the work of many individuals and addresses a key request from our mutual customers to continue utilizing both companies’ advanced solutions,” shares Sagar Chandra, Vice President of Sales – Americas.

About Komatsu

Komatsu develops and supplies technologies, equipment and services for the construction, mining, forklift, industrial and forestry markets. For a century, the company has been creating value for its customers through manufacturing and technology innovation, partnering with others to empower a sustainable future where people, business and the planet thrive together. Front-line industries worldwide use Komatsu solutions to develop modern infrastructure, extract fundamental minerals, maintain forests and create consumer products. The company’s global service and distributor networks support customer operations to enhance safety and productivity while optimizing performance. To learn more, visit www.komatsu.com

 

About Rajant Corporation

Rajant Corporation is the broadband communications technology company that invented Kinetic Mesh® networking, BreadCrumb® wireless nodes, and InstaMesh® networking software. With Rajant, customers can rapidly deploy a highly adaptable and scalable network that leverages the power of real-time data to deliver on-demand, mission-critical business intelligence. A low-latency, high-throughput, and secure solution for a variety of data, voice, video, and autonomous applications, Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh networks provide industrial customers with full mobility, allowing them to take their private network applications and data anywhere. With successful deployments in more than 75 countries for customers in military, mining, ports, rail, oil & gas, petrochemical plants, municipalities, and agriculture. Rajant is headquartered in Malvern, Pennsylvania, with additional facilities and offices in Arizona and Kentucky. For more information, visit Rajant.com or follow Rajant on LinkedIn and Twitter.

 

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Laos launches new online platform to strengthen education data management

The Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) launched on Jul 25 the Lao PDR Education and Sports Management Information System (LESMIS), a digital platform that will provide access to all key education data in the Lao PDR in an integrated manner to help inform policies to improve learning outcomes among Lao children.
The launch event was chaired by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phouth Simmalavong, Minister of Education and Sports.
In attendance were also Ms. Ina Marčiulionytė, European Union Ambassador to the Lao PDR, and Dr. Pia Rebello Britto, UNICEF Representative in the Lao PDR, alongside officials from MoES and representatives of development partners.
“Quality data is essential to improve ourunderstanding of the learning needs of ourchildren. To this end, LESMIS will act as a centralized data management platform providing instantaneous access to all key education data, whichhas become especially important in light of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Dr. Simmalavong. The Minister also thanked the European Union and UNICEF for their support in developing LESMIS under the Partnership to Strengthen the Education System (PSES).
“LESMIS is designed to provide a fully coherent management information system for the entire education sector and as such, is a game changer for education data management in Lao PDR,” explained Marčiulionytė. She further added that the European Union and UNICEF are committed to supporting the MoES in achieving the objectives set forth in the Education and Sports Sector Development Plan (ESSDP).
To further support the rollout of LESMIS, the EU and UNICEF also handed over ICT equipment to the MoES during the event, which were procured under the PSES. The equipment included333 computer laptops, 1,668 tablets and456television sets.The equipment, worth 899,000 USD, will also support the MoES in digital upskilling in other key areas under the PSES, including roll out of the MoES digital teaching, FQS and learning platform, Khang Panya Lao.
An additional batch of ICT equipment procured through funding from the Global Partnerships for Education (GPE) was handed over to the MoES to contribute to the COVID-19 response . This equipment, worth over 364,700 USD, included 200 computer laptops, 200 portable projectors, 450 tablets and 300television sets.

Source: Lao News Agency

Lao, Bulgarian News Agencies pledge to enhance cooperation

The Lao News Agency (KPL) and the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA) have pledged to further enhance bilateral cooperation on news exchange aiming at promoting mutual understanding between people of the two countries.
The commitment was made during a meeting between Director General of KPL, Mr Khampheuy Philapha and his visiting Bulgarian counterpart, Mr Kiril Valchev in Vientiane on Jul 26.
Valchev’s visit to Laos aims to restore bilateral relations and cooperation between the two news agencies after the two signed their first cooperation agreement in 1981.

Source: Lao News Agency