By Lynda J. GaffneyGlobe Staff | December 19, 2018 09:03:50Globe staff | Staff WriterThe Globe and Mail | December 17, 2018 18:48:57A new cloud-enabled business could mean a new cloud provider, too.
The new company is a fusion of two existing technologies: cloud computing and cloud software.
The new company, CloudX, is developing a new business called Fungsi, which it hopes to build from the ground up using the cloud.
The company is trying to make cloud computing a viable alternative to traditional IT services, and CloudX says it has already received $1.2 million in seed funding from companies including Alibaba Group, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
and Alipay Ltd.
It has been backed by the Chinese government.
CloudX is a cloud computing startup that aims to make a “mobile cloud computing solution that is more flexible and easier to use than traditional IT solutions.”
The company has been building a mobile platform for cloud computing that will be available on the App Store in 2019.
Fungsi is an e-commerce platform built from the cloud to allow businesses to sell products and services in real time.
The app uses the cloud and the cloud platform to create an ecosystem of products and other cloud services, enabling customers to buy, sell and manage all their own data, which is then shared between the cloud platforms.
The Fungsium platform is powered by an AI-powered machine learning platform that learns what customers want from the content they browse and then delivers those products and products to customers, according to CloudX.
Cloudx said it plans to make Fungsis available on both Android and iOS devices, as well as Android and iPhone app stores.
It said it expects to have Fungis in the “next six months.”
The Fungicas cloud-centric platform allows customers to order products from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, eBay, Etsy, Alibaba, Baidu and other retailers.
Fungi said it would be the first of its kind in the world to offer this kind of product ordering platform.
Clouds cloud computing platform allows businesses to order from Amazon, eBay and Etsy.
The company said it was working with Amazon and other companies to launch FungSia, its cloud-focused cloud-to-app solution.
Founded in 2017, CloudFX has raised $1 million from Alibaba Group and Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd.
CloudX also recently announced a new round of venture capital funding.
FengSia is designed to create a platform for companies to sell and sell data and data analytics services.
The service will allow companies to make money on cloud data, including data analytics and cloud-specific data, FengSia CEO and co-founder Yubin Wu told Bloomberg News in a statement.
Wu said CloudX was “working on developing a platform that will enable the cloud-businesses to sell their data, while simultaneously providing a seamless way to do business in the cloud.”
“With FungSi, we are working towards building a platform where data can be sold in real-time, where data is processed, where business data is created, and where the cloud can be used as a service to run these business processes,” Wu said.
Fongsi is aiming to bring Fungics cloud-level product ordering experience to the business of selling and selling data.
Fongsi also aims to provide a cloud platform that can support businesses to streamline and optimize their IT processes to reduce operational costs and increase revenue.
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