Computer Design & Integration LLC (CDI LLC) Receives Breakaway Partner of the Year Award at Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020

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Computer Design & Integration LLC (“CDI” or “the Company”) announced today that it is the recipient of Cisco’s Americas US East Area – Breakaway Partner of the Year award. This award recognizes CDI for its innovation, leadership and best practices as a Cisco business partner. Cisco unveiled the annual award winners at the Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020, which was held virtually on October 28, 2020.

The Breakaway Partner of the Year award is given to Cisco channel partners who rise to business challenges and to acknowledge their superior business practices, as well as reward best-in-class methodologies.

“We remain steadfast in growing our Cisco business and are pleased to once again be recognized as a top partner,” said Frank Romano, President of Engineering, CDI.

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Learn the Latest on RISC-V and Vector Processing at All Six Andes Technology’s Presentations at the 2020 RISC-V Summit

San Jose, CA, Nov. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Andes Technology Corporation (TWSE: 6533), a leading supplier of high efficiency, low-power 32/64-bit RISC-V processor cores and founding Premier member of RISC-V International will make six presentations at the virtual RISC-V Summit from December 8 to 10, 2020. 

Andes CTO and Executive VP, Charlie Hong-Men Su, will give an overview and update on “Andes RISC-V Processor IP Solutions.” Andes Senior Director of Architecture Div., Chuan-Hua Chang, will present “AndesClarity: a Performance & Bottleneck Analyzer for RISC-V Vector Processors.” Paul Ku, Deputy Technical Director of Architecture Div., will introduce “Building a Secure Platform with the Enhanced IOPMP.”

The SoC industry has seen fast-growing and diversified demands for a wide range of RISC-V based products: from tiny low-power MCUs for consumer devices, to chips powering enterprise-grade products and datacenter servers; from one power-efficient core to a thousand GHz+ cores working cohesively. Charlie Su

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Digital Leaders from Almirall and Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany to Keynote Veeva Summit Online, Europe

Executives to discuss impact of digital transformation on commercial models and improving access to health around the world

Leading companies to showcase bringing together multichannel engagement, data, content, and analytics to advance digital excellence in commercial

Veeva Systems (NYSE: VEEV) today announced that Dr. Francesca Domenech Wuttke, chief digital officer at Almirall, and Alessandro de Luca, CIO of healthcare at Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany are featured keynote speakers at the 2020 Veeva Commercial & Medical Summit Online, Europe. In a fireside chat, Dr. Wuttke and Mr. de Luca will share insights on companywide digital transformation initiatives to bring new medicines to market faster and help more patients.

The annual event features more than 80 live and on-demand sessions with commercial leaders discussing the acceleration to new digital engagement models in life sciences. Speakers will share how they’re streamlining commercial processes from pre-launch to execution and quickly deploying digital strategies to

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Softchoice Honored with Geographical Region Award as Canada Partner of the Year at Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020

Softchoice, a leading North American provider of technology solutions and managed services, today announced that it is the recipient of a Cisco® Partner Summit Digital Geographical Region award for Canada Partner of the Year. Cisco announced the winners during its annual partner conference, this year held digitally.

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Softchoice awarded Canada Partner of the Year at Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020 (Graphic: Business Wire)

“Being named Cisco’s Canada Partner of The Year is a testament to Softchoice and Cisco’s joint commitment to delivering exceptional customer experience through innovative solutions and services,” said Andrew Caprara, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Softchoice. “Cisco has been an incredible partner and through our wide array of implementation, adoption, managed, and optimization services we ensure our joint customers get the most value out of their Cisco solutions.”

This award reflects Softchoice’s commitment

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Second Annual ‘Data Orchestration Summit’ to Address Key Data Engineering Opportunities for Building Cloud-Native Data and AI Platforms

December 8-9 Virtual Event Now Accepting Call for Proposals

SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alluxio, the developer of open source cloud data orchestration software, today announced the second annual Data Orchestration Summit to be held virtually on December 8 – 9, 2020. The speaker lineup spans cloud, data and AI/ML visionaries, including Professor Ion Stoica of UC Berkeley’s RISELab, Parviz Peiravi of Intel, and Mike Fagan of Comcast.

The two day event is an open source community event focused on the key data engineering challenges and solutions around building cloud-native or hybrid cloud data and AI platforms using the latest technologies such as Alluxio, Apache Spark, Apache Airflow, Presto, Tensorflow and Kubernetes. The Summit brings together data engineers, architects, cloud engineers, data scientists and industry thought leaders who are solving data problems at the intersection of cloud, ML/AI and data.

“In its second year, the

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Tech in 2020 and beyond: What we’ve learned at the GeekWire Summit, and what to expect this week

Moderator Tyra Mariani, left, president of Schultz Family Foundation, leads a “Future of Education” panel discussion at the 2020 GeekWire Summit in Seattle with Dr. Maria Klawe, president of Harvey Mudd College; Diane Tavenner, co-founder and CEO of Summit Public Schools; and Jessie Woolley-Wilson, CEO of DreamBox Learning. (GeekWire Photo)

We’ve reached the third and final week of the 2020 GeekWire Summit, and like many of you who’ve been joining us for this virtual event, we’re still buzzing with insights on the future of education, travel, biotech and other topics that we explored with our speakers in our second week.

Up next: the evolution of the workplace, the future of healthcare, and the state of tech in 2020 and beyond. Our speakers and moderators this week include journalists from the New York Times. CNBC, STAT and Axios, plus leaders from Google, Microsoft, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the

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GeekWire Summit: Treat teachers as ‘learning engineers,’ and other insights on future of education

Moderator Tyra Mariani, left, president of Schultz Family Foundation, leads a “Future of Education” panel discussion at the 2020 GeekWire Summit in Seattle with Dr. Maria Klawe, president of Harvey Mudd College; Diane Tavenner, co-founder and CEO of Summit Public Schools; and Jessie Woolley-Wilson, CEO of DreamBox Learning. (GeekWire Photo)

Educators, policymakers, students and parents need to recognize the pandemic and remote learning as an impetus for meaningful change in schools, rather than a pause before returning to the way things have always been done.

That’s one takeaway from education professionals who offered a crash course on the “Future of Education” during a panel discussion at the GeekWire Summit on Thursday.

In addressing the drastically altered landscape of education from pre-K all the way through higher ed, Dr. Maria Klawe, president of Harvey Mudd College; Jessie Woolley-Wilson, CEO of DreamBox Learning; and Diane Tavenner, co-founder and CEO of Summit Public

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GeekWire Summit 2020: After a newsworthy first week, here is what’s next at our signature tech event

Bill Gates appears on a monitor in Seattle during a virtual discussion as part of the 2020 GeekWire Summit on Thursday. (GeekWire Photo / Holly Grambihler)

The first week at the 2020 GeekWire Summit made news, and we’ve got many more insights ahead from leaders in tech, science, business and healthcare.

In an hour-long conversation to wrap up our first week, Bill Gates generated headlines with his comments on the pandemic, the climate and the Congressional antitrust inquiry into the tech industry — while offering a glimmer of hope for a better world ahead.

We also explored the implications of the telehealth boom, jumped into the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, learned about some interesting new inventions, discussed leadership and civic responsibility in tumultuous times, and got an up-close look at the new era for PCs and devices.

Coming up next, on Tuesday Oct. 20, it’s a GeekWire Summit tradition:

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