[singlepic=2528,204,300,,left]America’s Cup – Gargnano – SIMtone Corporation ha annunciato questa mattina che supporterà la sfida italiana di Green Comm Challenge alla 33ma America’s Cup. In qualità di partner tecnico, SIMtone fornirà alla sfida del Circolo Vela Gargnano la sua piattaforma Universal Computing, agevolando in questo modo l’accesso ai dati, alle applicazioni e ai servizi di informazione digitale, sia in acqua che a terra. SIMTone va ad affiancarsi ad altri partner tecnici, come Sofinnova e Wave Group. Il team tecnico è guidato dal professor Mario Gerla della UCLA University e dal professor Giovanni Lombardi del Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Università di Pisa, in collaborazione con il Politecnico di Torino.
“Siamo soddisfatti di sostenere la prima barca di Coppa America davvero innovativa che si allinea totalmente con la nostra visione – ha spiegato il CEO della SIMtone Corporation, Mario Dal Canto – SIMtone trasforma il computer in un servizio a basso costo accessibile ovunque, attraverso qualsiasi rete, senza dispositivi di elaborazione, riducendo così il consumo di energia e l’impiego di carbonio. Con il nostro sistema permetteremo al team di andare “più veloce”, migliorando la connettività e facilitando il lavoro di ogni membro di Green Comm Challenge”.
AMERICA’S CUP, SIMTONE SUPPORTS GREEN COMPUTING WITH SPONSORSHIP OF THE GREEN COMM CHALLENGE
America’s Cup – Gargnano – SIMtone Corporation, a privately held company delivering Universal Computing, today announced that it is sponsoring the Green Comm Challenge, also known as Circolo di Vela Gargnano-lago di Garda, a team that recently submitted its challenge in the 33rd America’s Cup Race. As a technical partner, SIMtone’s Universal Computing platform will allow the Green Comm Challenge team to access data, applications and information services from the cloud, on demand and on the fly, on water and land.
SIMtone is one of several technical partners including Sofinnova and Wave Group. The technical and research team is being led by Professor Mario Gerla with UCLA’s Computer Science Department and Professor Giovanni Lombardi with the Department of Engineering at University of Pisa, in cooperation with Polytechnic of Turin.
“We are delighted to support the first America’s Cup boat driven by a world-changing innovation and scientific mission and completely aligned with our vision” said Mario Dal Canto, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of SIMtone Corporation. “SIMtone transforms computing into a low cost service usable anywhere, via any network, with non processing devices, radically reducing end to end power consumption and the overall carbon footprint. SIMtone will make Green Comm “go faster” by eliminating complexity in the organization and by enabling the entire team to work together simply and safely everywhere. And with SIMtone, the only carbon involved with the Green Comm Challenge will be in the hull!”
“With SIMtone’s simple to use yet massively scalable network computing solution, we are able to minimize our information systems carbon footprint while delivering un-matched performance, mobility and flexibility to the team of the Green Comm Challenge on demand, anywhere they need it” stated Lorenzo Rizzardi, President of Circolo di Vela Gargnano.
About Green Comm Challenge
Representing Italy, the Green Comm Challenge aka Circolo di Vela Gargnano formally submitted its challenge to Société Nautique de Genève , the defender of the America’s Cup on May 11, 2009, which begins on July 10, 2009 in Valencia Spain. The 90×90 foot vessel is one of several teams aiming to compete in the America’s Cup.
Is supported by Ucla (Universirty Califfornia Los Angeles), Universirty of Pisa (Italy) and Politecnico of Turin (Itally) and other International Companies.
About SIMtone Corporation
The SIMtone Corporation makes Cloud Computing universally simple. The company has developed and commercialized the patented SIMtone Universal Cloud Computing Platform that allows network operators and businesses to host, manage and quickly provision any Cloud-hosted services, and ubiquitously deliver them to zero-touch terminals that can be standalone, low cost hardware appliances, or software terminals usable via browsers or on PCs, thin clients and mobile devices. With the SIMtone, Cloud services such as virtual desktops, DaaS/SaaS, PC Remote Access or Web services, are simple and very inexpensive to host and manage for businesses and providers, and become usable without a computer, on-demand and on-the-fly, simply and safely, by everyone, everywhere. SIMtone Corporation’s North American headquarters are based in Durham, North Carolina and SIMtone International headquarters are based in Vevey, Switzerland. SIMtone is a privately-held company backed by Motorola Ventures, Brightstar Corporation and Kodiak Venture Partners. For more information: www.SIMtone.net.
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