Robin Systems, the leading container-based Application-Defined Infrastructure (ADI) software provider, yesterday announced that Parallel Wireless has chosen ROBIN Platform to power its Big Data Analytics solution to help global Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) store, analyze, exchange, and manage data from networks, people, processes, and things in fully scalable virtualized environments.
“It is exciting to see ROBIN Platform expanding its footprint beyond Big Data and Database use cases and getting adopted for mission-critical NFV solutions,” said Premal Buch, CEO of Robin Systems. “Our work with Parallel Wireless is a true example of ADI in action – they were able to deploy a new use case on the Robin platform, out-of-the-box, and show an App-store like experience and guarantee application QOS without requiring any infrastructure or application tuning.”
We as proud investor say congrats to the Robin Systems team for closing the next partnership within a short period!
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Hasso Plattner Ventures invests in fast-growing, information technology-driven companies in Europe and the USA on behalf of Prof. Dr. h.c. Hasso Plattner, co-founder and chairman of software giant SAP. The support we offer reaches beyond financial commitments. Our multifaceted work includes acting globally as a strategic partner for our information technology growth companies. In Germany, our commitment has taken also the form of a seed program for information technology startups coming out of the Hasso Plattner Institute.
After retiring from the operative business of SAP in 2003, Hasso Plattner was appointed Chairman of the company’s Supervisory Board. He has devoted his time to the promotion of science, innovation and entrepreneurship ever since.
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As of 2015, HP Ventures III, a €150 million fund, focuses on fast-growing enterprise and infrastructure software companies mainly in Germany and the Silicon Valley.