Country’s second-largest IT firm Infosys has invested an undisclosed amount in US-based TidalScale. The California-headquartered firm’s solution collates all physical server resources as if it were running on a single large computer to help clients with large computing problems. TidalScale helps companies draw insights from big data faster, more easily and with greater flexibility at improved costs.
Digital marketing firm Mogae Media Pvt Ltd has acquired personalized video platform Ao1 from ad-veteran Ashish Dabral, a former chief executive of Dentsu Marcom, in a share-swap deal. As a part of the acquisition, Mogae Media will have full ownership of the video platform and will provide funds for its development. Dabral will join the digital media company as executive director.
Curo Healthcare Technologies Pvt Ltd, which runs a digital diabetes management programme under the brand Life in Control, has raised funding from US-based venture capital firm RoundGlass Partners. Founded in 2015, The Life in Control app, which is available both in Android and iOS platforms, is designed to connect doctors and patients to help patients better manage their glycemic status in collaboration with their doctors, according to its website.
Online golf community and marketplace GolfLAN has raised $1 million from existing investors, YourNest Angel Fund and African IT/ITES group, iSON. The funding will be utilized to expand to Africa, and South East Asia through Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam and strengthen position in the Middle East.
Bangalore-based data sciences startup, Yottaasys has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Gleevoaz Ventures. The funding will be utilized for the company’s flagship product Decision Sciences Factor (DSF), which helps enterprises execute data sciences tasks and predict outcomes in almost real-time manner.