A free website analytics platform unveiled today by Cloudflare will offer services similar to Google and other analytics platform, but without tracking users.
“The big ad-supported platforms were hoovering off more and more data on what was going on online and it had sort of crossed the creepiness threshold level,” Matthew Prince, chief executive of Cloudflare told SC Media. “At the same time, and it’s related, you are getting this patchwork of regulations all around the world, which want to control ad platforms. But at the same time, they’re really raising a hurdle for smaller organizations that want to exist online and know if their websites are being read, but don’t care about ads.”
Prince said Cloudflare’s drop-in solution will not store or profit off user data in any way, instead earning the company profit through goodwill and the chance to advertise integration with the Cloudflare denial of service protection and edge computing networks.
The Cloudflare platform will not be able to reproduce all the data of analytics platforms with more pervasive tracking, which can compile user behavior across the internet for a complete profile of everyone who reaches the site,
Size Matters: Advantage’s 5000+ qubit and 15-way qubit connectivity powers large-scale, in-production hybrid quantum applications
D-Wave Advantage System
Photo of the 5,000+ qubit D-Wave Advantage system
D-Wave Advantage Chip
Photo of The D-Wave Advantage chip holder and 5,000 qubit chip.
BURNABY, British Columbia, Sept. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services, today announced the general availability of its next-generation quantum computing platform, incorporating new hardware, software, and tools to enable and accelerate the delivery of in-production quantum computing applications. Available today in the Leap™ quantum cloud service, the platform includes the Advantage™ quantum system, with more than 5000 qubits and 15-way qubit connectivity, in addition to an expanded hybrid solver service that can run problems with up to one million variables. The combination of the computing power of Advantage and the scale to address real-world problems with the hybrid solver service in Leap enables businesses to run performant, real-time, hybrid quantum applications for the first time.
As part of its commitment to enabling businesses to build in-production quantum applications, the company announced D-Wave Launch™, a jump-start program for businesses who want to get started building hybrid quantum applications today but may need additional support. Bringing together a team of applications experts and a robust partner community, the D-Wave Launch program provides support to help identify the best applications and to translate businesses’ problems into hybrid quantum applications. The extra support helps customers accelerate designing, building, and running their most important and complex applications, while delivering quantum acceleration and performance.
The company also announced a new hybrid solver. The discrete quadratic model (DQM) solver gives developers and businesses the ability to apply
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OXFORD, Miss. – September 29, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )
Hunt Marketing, a marketing firm based in Oxford, Mississippi, announces the launch of its new website.
The company, founded in 2009 by Will Hunt, has redesigned its website in order to bring a fresh, vibrant look to its own brand while showcasing its client work and its team. Updates to the site include the introduction of new brand colors, employee photos with props that give insight into each team member’s personality and five client case studies that give an in-depth look at the agency’s capabilities and successes.
“We’re very excited to share our new website with current and potential clients, as well as our community who supports us every day,” says Hunt Marketing CEO and President Will Hunt. “This website better represents who we are as a firm now and all of the services we have to offer.”
Over its 11 years of business, Hunt Marketing has expanded to include a group of eight individuals with various skill sets. The firm has clients in seven states and works with both national and regional brands. Their services, which range from full-scale campaigns to project work, include branding, community engagement, digital, social, traditional and video work, each of which is detailed on the new website.
“We wanted the feel of our new site to be modern and clean while making sure it’s responsive for users,” says Senior Graphic Designer Will Moore. “We want everyone who visits the site to have an enjoyable experience where they can get to know who we are and what we do.”
To explore Hunt Marketing’s new website, visit huntmarketingfirm.com. The company invites people to connect with