The company was founded in 2008 by a team of seasoned industry veterans with more than 150 years of cumulative experience. Its HQ is in Singapore with the R&D Center located in Jerusalem, Israel currently with an in-house staff of 18 and also a Sales & Administrative office in Florida, USA.
Personal and Enterprise digital content collections are growing each day on devices, clouds and social networks. Most consumer content has already migrated to the Cloud and over 80% of Enterprise Content will migrate to a Cloud by 2025.
Very few comprehensive Cloud Content Management systems have been developed that are available to comprehensively address this need, and without a solution, all devices and cloud contents become vulnerable to data loss and damage.
A Singapore company of more than 30 years specialising in network infrastructure and data centre services has recently been granted government funding on the prototyping of liquid film cooling technology to reduce heat emission from the servers.
The patent-pending technology solves the following problems faced by servers and data centre:
1) Effective reduction of heat produced by servers running 24/7.
2) Eliminate the ownership, maintenance and energy costs arising from the use of air-conditioning.
3) Reduce the need for more "dead-spaces" between servers, racks, walls, ceiling and floor to ensure proper ventilation.
4) Reduce the cost of larger space (floor area) to house the needed number of servers and racks.