New Technologies, Innovation and Services

Dawex Awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum

Sarah Benyoub - 16-juin-2020 14:52:51

Press Release         Dawex Awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum   For its 20 th edition, the World Economic Forum appoints Dawex for its leadership, innovation and impact as a pioneer of the data economy.   United Arab Emirates: June 16, 2020 - Dawex , the leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, today announced being awarded as “Technology Pioneer” by the World Economic Forum and joining the World Economic Forum Global Innovators Community . Dawex will contribute to the Data Policy platform , a work group leading the Forum’s approach to data policy and data governance. The aim is to help define and implement forward-looking, interoperable, and trustworthy data policies to fuel innovation and accelerate responsible use of data in the new globally integrated data economy   Onboarded on a two-year program, Tech Pioneers are involved in the design, development and deployment of new technologies and innovations, and are poised to have a significant impact on business and society. With this nomination, Dawex joins policymakers and private sector leaders to help define the global agenda on key issues.   “We are very honored to be named Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. It confirms data exchanges are playing a central role in today’s global economy,” says Laurent Lafaye, Dawex co-CEO. “Being invited to join the Data Policy work group is an acknowledgement of the importance of Dawex mission to create the conditions for the smooth development of the data economy by facilitating the exchange of data between companies and organizations.”   As a “Tech Pioneer”, Dawex joins the ranks of prestigious past recipients that have since become household names such as Airbnb, Google, Kickstarter, Mozilla, Palantir Technologies, Spotify, TransferWise or Twitter. Dawex is breaking ground for French Tech and for data companies as, since 2007, it is the first French data company to receive this distinction and only 8 French companies have been named “Tech Pioneers” by the World Economic Forum.   “We’re excited to welcome Dawex to our 20th cohort of Technology Pioneers,” says Susan Nesbitt, Head of the Global Innovators Community, World Economic Forum. “Dawex and its fellow pioneers are developing cutting edge technologies all over the world. Beyond their innovations, these firms are contributing greatly to improving the state of the world.”   “The creation of a Data Policy platform by the World Economic Forum has marked a new milestone for data exchange,” says Fabrice Tocco, Dawex co-CEO. “It drives public and private organizations to seize the data opportunities and open new business horizons. Data exchange is an innovation enabler and unlocks the value of data, renewing the way public and private organizations collaborate. This is shaping a promising future.”   Discover the full story here   About World Economic Forum The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. www.weforum.org   About Dawex Dawex, a leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, allows organizations to orchestrate data circulation by sourcing, monetizing and exchanging data directly, securely and in full compliance with regulations. Today 10 ,000 organizations from 20+ sectors rely on Dawex Global Data Marketplace and Data Exchange Platform solutions to build their data exchange strategy. In 2020, Dawex is named Technology Pioneer by the Wor ld Economic Forum. Created in 2015, Dawex is an international company headquartered in France, and serving customers in more than 50 countries . www.dawex.com   Press Contact : Yucatan - Elisa Lesieur +33 1 53 63 27 27 | elesieur@yucatan.fr  


COVID-19 Data Exchange to Curb the Virus’ Propagation and Limit its Economic Impact

Yasmina OUARI - 30-mars-2020 18:57:58

United Arab Emirates March 2020 - Under the impulsion of the World Health Organization and the European Union stressing the importance of data sharing, Dawex, the leading data exchange technology company, today announced launching a COVID-19 Data Exchange initiative. The platform will be available pro bono to a large community of companies and organizations looking to contribute to the resolution of this crisis. The technology enables the exchange of vital non-personal data to hinder COVID-19’s dissemination and restrain its economic impact.  Scientific communities, hospitals and healthcare operations, pharmaceutical organizations, retailers, transport & logistics companies, specialized equipment manufacturers and distributors, consulting organizations, technology companies and health tech startups, banks, insurance, global and regional health organizations, governmental agencies, municipalities and other public services will be able to securely and easily access, publish, and exchange multiple sources of non-personal data worldwide, therefore acquiring more capabilities to answer crisis-related complex questions, faster. “There is an unparalleled demonstration of solidarity from many organizations to contribute to the resolution of this crisis. It was an evidence for Dawex to immediately engage its resources and technology to bring the best environment to all these organizations to exchange data in the best conditions.” says Laurent Lafaye, co-founder and co-CEO of Dawex.  Join worldwide and regional organizations in this endeavour and proactively exchange critical non-personal data to contribute to stopping the virus’ progression and its economic impact.  Get involved now By using COVID-19 Data Exchange, participants remain in full control of the data they share, decide with whom they share it, and keep track of all data flows. Only vetted participants from public and private organizations will be granted access to the COVID-19 Data Exchange to ensure confidentiality and relevance of the data exchanges.  “COVID-19 crisis is challenging the way we will use data in the future. Thousands of data providers are willing to share their sources of data, right now, for free. Without trust, fairness and use cases, this effort will be pointless. Our dedicated team of experts from Deloitte, in data management, healthcare and artificial intelligence will make the most out of this coalition and Dawex technology.” says Mathieu Colas, Senior Partner at Deloitte. “The COVID-19 Data Exchange will facilitate and accelerate data exchanges while we are in the midst of the storm. Moreover, it brings the community together, strengthening our ability to respond to future crises and prepare for a better and stronger future.” says Fabrice Tocco, co-founder and co-CEO of Dawex.  About Dawex Dawex, a leading data exchange technology company, allows organizations to orchestrate data circulation by sourcing and exchanging data directly, securely and in full compliance with regulations. Today 10,000 organizations from 20+ sectors rely on Dawex Data Exchange solutions to build their data exchange strategy. Created in 2015, Dawex is an international company headquartered in France, and serving customers in more than 50 countries.  www.dawex.com   Press Contact Yucatan Agency - Elisa Lesieur +33 1 53 63 27 27 | elesieur@yucatan.fr  


Dawex Data Exchange Technology Brings Sustainable Future to Open Data

Yasmina OUARI - 27-nov.-2019 12:23:23

 Dawex, the leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, today brings the power of its data exchange technology to open data. The integration of open data management capabilities into Dawex Data Exchange Platform offers organizations the ability to both manage open data, paid and free data exchange business models onto one single platform. This new functionality delivers the highest level of control, governance, security and traceability to open data exchanges.   Open data refers to data that can be freely used, re-used and redistributed by anyone. Leveraging open data enables public and private stakeholders to create new opportunities to improve the quality of our environment and bring a positive impact to our future. Agriculture, education and research, energy and sustainable development, society, transport and mobility, tourism and territories, are sectors generating high volumes of data and particularly impacted by open data sharing imposed by the regulations.  Dawex Data Exchange Platform enables private and public stakeholders to organize data circulation and supports multiple data exchange use cases and business models including internal data exchange, data sourcing, free data sharing, data monetization and data marketplace orchestration.  “As organizations build their data exchange strategy, they have the responsibility to provide the highest level of security and governance to protect all types of data shared externally.” says Laurent Lafaye, Dawex co-Founder. “Dawex technology has been developed to enable organizations to manage on one single platform a variety of open data sharing use cases as well as complex private data exchanges.” “To meet environmental and economic challenges, optimize yields, compete against global digital giants, the agriculture sector needs data, including open data, to  develop innovation for a high performance, responsible agriculture.” says Sebastien Picardat, General Manager, API-AGRO. “API-AGRO data exchange platform relies on Dawex technology and aims at interconnecting public and private actors, around an independent technological platform. The availability of open data management capabilities onto Dawex offers our members the choice to both distribute open data for free and monetize other data types to cover the cost generated by open data model.” “Open data is a necessity, as it supports global efforts to impact positively our society. However, in today’s economy, open data model cannot exist on its own.” says Fabrice Tocco, Dawex co-Founder. “The future of open data relies on the ability for public and private stakeholders to mix use cases and create new economic models. Dawex enables clients to manage multiple business models on a single platform and this is the only guarantee for sustainable open data.”   About Dawex  Dawex, the leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, allows organizations to orchestrate data circulation by sourcing, monetizing and exchanging data securely and in full compliance with regulations. Today more than 9,000 organizations from 20+ sectors rely on Dawex Global Data Marketplace and Data Exchange Platform solutions to build their data exchange strategy. Created in 2015, Dawex is a French company with offices in Paris, Lyon, San Francisco and Montreal, expanding business operations to Asia and the Middle East. www.dawex.com   Press Contact Yucatan- Elisa Lesieur & Nevena Jovic  +33 1 53 63 63 27 27 | elesieur@yucatan.fr & njovic@yucatan.fr


The ITC and SOFRECOM partnership to deploy fiber network in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Main achievements and ambitions 2 years after.

Sarah Benyoub - 05-nov.-2019 13:31:39

Press Release The ITC and SOFRECOM partnership to deploy fiber network in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Main achievements and ambitions 2 years after.      November 5th, 2019- Almost two years after the announcement of their partnership to pilot the implementation and management of Outside Plant (OSP) across Saudi Arabia’s regions by 2020, the Integrated Telecom Company (ITC), leader in information and communication technologies in Saudi Arabia and Sofrecom, a subsidiary of the Orange Group, specialized in Consulting and engineering in the telecommunications sector, are proud to announce that they have connected more than 400,000 households to the FTTH network.   The partnership which started in 2017 between ITC and Sofrecom, leads to sharing the experience and technological expertise of the Orange Group in the FTTH network. The detailed design and supervision of this network rollout is handled by Sofrecom. The Design methods and tool optimization proposed by Sofrecom contribute remarkably to the productivity enhancement of ITC teams.    In addition, Sofrecom’s teams monitor the deployment and effective implementation of the network in accordance with ITC’s engineering rules and by ensuring its operation and sustainability.   This project will enable ITC to ensure optimal and sustainable network service quality. Customers will benefit from new services such as high definition television, video-on- demand and home entertainment through fiber architecture to the user (FTTx).   Ghassan Itani, ITC President & CEO, said;  This major project actively contributes to the program with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) for the deployment of the very high fixed flow in Saudi Arabia as part of the strategic plan «Saudi Vision 2030». Indeed, the Kingdom’s 2030 National Transformation Plan aims to deploy FTTH in 90% of densely populated cities and 66% in other urban zones.   «I am proud of the trust shown by the ITC group by holding Sofrecom to design, supervise and control the deployment of the FTTH network of the Kingdom. This major project will bring very high flows to the Kingdom’s households and businesses. Our teams are fully committed to the success of this major project”, added Guillaume Boudin, CEO of Sofrecom Group.   Sofrecom’s expertise on the Very High Broadband (VHB): Sofrecom has an End to End approach on VHB: from strategic planning, call of tender, start of production up to launch of new services. Its expertise comprises the complete lifecycle of the fiber optics deployment thanks to the high-quality studies to speed up and secure deployment, an industrialized process with customized tools and ultimately an investments optimization up to 15% of CAPEX and OPEX to maximize your return on investment. Sofrecom undertakes to support your FTTH projects thoroughly with its ongoing intelligence to identify innovations and solutions best suited to fiber projects thanks to its partners and its access the Orange group to test and upgrade Fiber project design and planning solutions.    About ITC  Integrated Telecom Company (ITC) is a leading Saudi based telecom provider and one of today’s fastest-growing telecom companies offering next-generation solutions for broadband, connectivity, cloud computing, managed services, satellite services and internet services for businesses, wholesale and consumers segments.   ITC works with a number of IT specialized partners to provide communication solutions which rank it at the forefront of the Information and Communications Technology Service (ICT) providers in Saudi Arabia that enhances its capability to provide the best services in the Kingdom.   For more information about ITC products and services, please visit ITC website at www.itc.sa, also you may follow us on twitter @itcsaudiarabia and LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/integrated-telecom-company-itc-/     About Sofrecom Sofrecom, an Orange Group subsidiary, serves telecoms operators worldwide, drawing on its unrivaled expertise in prospective studies, business consulting, networks and IT.  Sofrecom contributes to the development and to the transformation projects of its clients: operators, governments and regulators. This is done by bringing to their clients required operational solutions and the experience of the Orange Group.   Thanks to the unique know-how of our 1750 consultants and experts, its customers benefit from a fine knowledge of the actual market and telecommunications stakes. Sofrecom has developed over almost 50 years its unique ingenuity in the operator businesses. As a result, it is now a world leader in information and communication technologies (ICT) as well as business consulting for the telecoms industry. Its experience of mature and emerging markets combined with its deep understanding of the structuring changes which affect the telecoms market, make it a valued partner for operators, governments and international investors.   For more information on internet or on your mobile: www.sofrecom.com/en, follow us on twitter: @sofrecom, on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/Sofrecom      


CALL FOR APPLICATION: « GAMELAB » RETURNS FOR A SECOND EDITION IN COOPERATION WITH UBISOFT ABU DHABI AND THE FRENCH EMBASSY TO THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Sarah Benyoub - 09-oct.-2019 13:59:55

CALL FOR APPLICATION: « GAMELAB » RETURNS FOR A SECOND EDITION IN COOPERATION WITH UBISOFT ABU DHABI AND THE FRENCH EMBASSY TO THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES   A competition and a series of workshops to introduce Emirati (UAE – based) students to the creation of video games  9 October, 2019 – Abu Dhabi - Ubisoft Abu Dhabi and the French Embassy to the United Arab Emirates are set for a new edition of GameLab. Both parties have engaged in cooperating for the development of GameLab, a platform aiming at training students from UAE universities to develop their knowledge about the video game industry. Following a cooperation agreement signed in June 2018 and the success of the first edition, H.E. Ludovic Pouille, French Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and Yannick Theler, Managing Director of Ubisoft studios in Abu Dhabi, have decided to renew their partnership for the coming academic year. During the first edition, four students from Zayed University won a six-month internship at Ubisoft Studios in Abu Dhabi. The laureates were nominated after having participated in three workshops organized throughout the academic year 2018-2019. They first workshop was held in November 2018, with a general introduction and brainstorming training by Matthew Laurence, Creative Manager at Ubisoft Abu Dhabi.   In January 2019, the second workshop tackled the question of intellectual property and copyright, in cooperation with the French National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi and Gowling WLG.  The final workshop in April 2019, animated by Afif Khaled and Christophe Malcombe, both artists and comic/animation illustrator experts, helped the students materialize their very own original video game concept through drawings and storyboards.  All students were encouraged to team up and work on an original idea.  Among the awardees, Leen Albejawi declared “It is with great pleasure that I give this testimony to one of the most fun experiences I have partaken in. Gamelab is a great initiative that gave me a lot of knowledge in the area of game design. I came in to game-lab with my knowledge in animation, but not much knowledge in the area of game design. I think gamelab is a great introduction to the world of game design and game industry. At the end of the game lab experience I was given the opportunity to intern with UBISOFT which is a great opportunity which I would not have gotten if I wasn’t of a part of gamelab. Thank you to the French Embassy and Ubisoft for this project and I can’t wait to see more people benefitting from such experiences. if you are interested in gaining more knowledge in the area of game design and meet amazing people along the way, I recommend you join game lab because it will offer that and much more!” Moza Alsuwaidi, also a winner from Zayed University added “It was a great opportunity to experience and learn new things. As an animator who works on game design I really learn things that before I didn’t know which helped me in my senior project that I was working on at the time. The Gamelab organizers are really friendly, and I met really cool artists from France.”    The new edition of GameLab will encourage students to work with a “multidisciplinary team” in order to deliver a comprehensive final work during the pitching session. They will learn about the complete chain of professions within the video game industry. The call for application is open to all students from all fields. Students are invited to apply here:  https://forms.gle/KSPP3pciCpGzd8cx5   H.E. Ludovic Pouille, Ambassador of France to the United Arab Emirates, declared: “I am honored to co-conduct this initiative with Ubisoft Abu Dhabi and participate in ensuring effective links between the academic and professional world. As part of the French-Emirati cultural dialogue, the goal of this project is to strengthen cultural and educational cooperation with the United Arab Emirates, giving priority to the youth. The GameLab project is a transversal innovative project, bringing together several actors: Ubisoft, a globally recognized French company in the sector of video games that is firmly established in the United Arab Emirates, the cultural service of the Embassy (Institut français) which provides technical and institutional support, and the economic department of the Embassy, which brings its expertise on the creative industry ecosystem. The cultural and creative industries are an economic prospect for France and the UAE, at a time when our two countries are betting on artificial intelligence.” The French government is particularly active in supporting cultural and creative industries, including video games. In a recent interview, the French minister of culture, Mr. Franck Riester declared that video game is “an art like any other”. In France, the video game industry is a very active and creative sector. A lot of people work in this field: inventors, designers, engineers. We support them actively”.  Co-signing the renewal agreement, Yannick Theler, Managing Director of the Ubisoft studio in Abu Dhabi declared: “Ubisoft is delighted with this agreement which will present the techno-creative potential of the video game industry and the numerous career opportunities in this field. Through its international network of studios on every continent, Ubisoft collaborates with several universities to ensure that the talents of tomorrow have a good knowledge of the requirements of the industry. Partnerships like GameLab are a key opportunity for developing and consolidating the local video game ecosystem.”  The workshops scheduled in the frame of GameLab will take place throughout the academic year 2019-2020. The first session on the 18th of November 2019 will confront the students to the fundamental understanding of mobile games and invite them to express their creativity. The following workshops will be tailored according to the profiles of selected students. At the end of the academic year, the participants will be asked to present their projects. The winners of the competition will be rewarded with the opportunity of an internship at the Ubisoft studios in Abu Dhabi.   About the signatories of the agreement   Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s video game series, Rayman, Far Cry and Watch Dogs. The teams throughout Ubisoft’s worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. For the 2017-18 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of €1,732 million. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoft.com.   The Institut français in the United Arab Emirates is the cooperation and cultural department of the French Embassy. It is responsible for promoting French creation, thought and language, as well as fostering bilateral exchanges and cultural, artistic, educational, academic and scientific partnerships between France and the UAE. It follows the cultural and educative aspects of the French-Emirati strategic dialogue.  It is involved in a vast range of activities. It organizes cultural events in various fields such as visual arts, performing art, cinema and debates. It supports the French cultural and educative institutions, as well as cultural and creative industries in their development projects in the UAE.  The “French-Emirati Cultural Dialogue” celebrates the historical ties of friendship and cooperation between France and the United Arab Emirates, established upon the foundation of the Federation in 1971 and growing stronger ever since.  About the “French-Emirati Cultural Dialogue”   The “French-Emirati Cultural Dialogue” was born with the signing of a new cooperation agreement between France and the UAE on November 9, 2017, on the occasion of the visit of  Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, to Abu Dhabi and Dubai. This initiative aims to celebrate the friendship between France and the United Arab Emirates and to expand the scope of our exchanges and encounters in France between our two peoples.  The cultural dialogue takes place in parallel with the Year of Tolerance, celebrated in 2019 across the United Arab Emirates. It will continue throughout the year 2019 and will be concluded in March 2020.     Contact : Zohra AIT EL JAMAR, Regional Audiovisual attaché, 052 771 4591,  zohra.ait-el-jamar@diplomatie.gouv.fr


Together with Airbus and Submer Technologies, 2CRSi has won a very high-performance server contract for a European anti-crime agency

Sarah Benyoub - 09-oct.-2019 10:20:19

  Together with Airbus and Submer Technologies, 2CRSi has won a very high-performance server contract for a European anti-crime agency   United Arabe Emirates, October 7,2019 – 2CRSi announces that it has been chosen by AIRBUS to provide very high-performance calculation servers that will be used by a European anti-crime agency. This commercial success relates to the rollout of OCtoPus 1.8B servers for a total 3,744 CPU Intel ® Xeon ® cores and more than 7.45 million NVIDIA ® CUDA ® cores. These OCP (Open Compute Project) servers have been specially designed to function in immersion cooling tanks developed by SUBMER TECHNOLOGIES. The range of OCtoPus servers, launched by 2CRSi in 2017, provides a tangible response to the energy requirements of datacenters in order to meet their ecological challenges  with a reduction in the energy consumption of OCtoPus servers of more than 23% compared to equivalent servers fitted with traditional cooling systems. Under this AIRBUS project, the combination of 2CRSi servers and SUBMER TECHNOLOGIES cooling systems offers an even greater reduction in energy consumption through the elimination of air-conditioning: the servers are immersed in a dielectric cooling liquid which is itself cooled through a water circuit. 2CRSi and SUBMER TECHNOLOGIES have succeeded in making the difference as a result of the unique technical features of their submerges servers. Other decisive factors in the choice: the simplification and speed of the installation and fitting-out of the datacenter due to the integration of its products: with this solution, 3 months are sufficient to install the datacenter compared to 1½ to 2 years for a traditional datacenter. This technological achievement has been decisive in winning this contract. Moreover, long-term cost control was crucial for the future renewal of equipment: it will be possible to replace computer components (CPU and GPU cards, memory, etc.), where technological development, is very rapid. Feed and cooling modules will be retained. Overall and in addition to the relatively limited investment budget, the operating costs related to the servers installed at the end client will be reduced by more than 60%. An achievement that is both economic and ecological. With this contract, this customer should be one of the Group’s Top 5 customers in 2019. The order billing will take place before the end of the year. “We are proud to have been chosen by an international security player whose requirements in terms of performance and reliability are clear. Once again, we have succeeded in making the difference though our innovative and competitive solutions. I would like to congratulate our teams who are the heart of this new success, which further strenghtens our commercial visibility internationally." said Alai Wilmouth, Founder, Chairman and CEO. - END - About 2CRSi 2CRSi is based in Strasbourg and has subsidiaries in Manchester, Dubai and San Jose in the Silicon Valley. It specialises in the design and manufacturing of very high-performance IT servers. It provides innovative calculation, data storage and data transfer solutions to over 200 clients in 25 countries. In 2018, 2CRSi Group generated consolidated revenues of €65.2m. For further information please visit: www.2crsi.fr   Actifin Jennifer Jullia Financial Press Relations jjullia@actifin.fr   + 33 (0)1 56 88 11 19    


Dawex Partners with Kanematsu Corporation To Deploy Data Exchange Technology in Japan

YASMINA OUARI - 24-sept.-2019 14:16:38

United Arab Emirates: September 24, 2019 - Dawex, the leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, today announced its partnership with Kanematsu Corporation, a major trading company, to further deploy and promote data exchange technology in Japan. Kanematsu will deploy and operate its own data exchange platform relying on Dawex technology to serve its domestic and foreign network with the ambition to create a Kanematsu Data Community. This agreement also extends the November 2018 business alliance  and reinforces companies’ engagement in promoting data exchange platforms to Japanese organizations in order to source, exchange and monetize data securely in in full compliance with regulations.   “We base our corporate activities on the belief that contributing to society through business creation is the mission of a general trading company. Data trading will be a cornerstone of the increasingly digitized economy, “says Mr. Masahiro Harada Senior Executive Officer, Electronics and Devices Division at Kanematsu. “This partnership with Dawex will help expand Kanematsu’s footprint in the data exchange business.” added Mr Masahiro Harada.    “Data Exchange is a global activity with today more than 50% of organizations on our marketplace coming from different nationalities. Japan by driving data initiatives such as Osaka Track demonstrates its leadership and engagement in creating a regulated framework for international data exchange.” says Laurent Lafaye, co-founder and co-CEO at Dawex.    “Dawex partnership with Kanematsu reflects Japan’s key role and contribution to the development of the data economy. We are excited to bring our partnership forward with such a recognized trading company.” says Fabrice Tocco, co-founder and co-CEO at Dawex. “We share the same vision that data is the new asset class that will ultimately be traded on structured exchanges, just like commodities and stocks”   Japan launched at the G20 summit in June 2019 the Osaka Track initiative to formulate rules on digital governance under the concept of “Data Free Flow with Trust”. While in January 2019, the European Commission and Japan adopted mutual adequacy decisions allowing free flow of personal data between the two economies with strong data protection guarantees -creating the world’s largest area of safe data flows.   Furthermore, Kanematsu represents Dawex at the Data Trading Alliance, directly contributing to the definition and promotion of secure data exchange in Japan.   About Kanematsu Corporation Kanematsu Corporation, a major Japanese trading company having 130 years of history, is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. By multiplying our business networks in Japan and overseas with our vast experience in general trading, information-gathering, market cultivation, business incubation and project-forming, risk management and logistics, Kanematsu is committed to creating new businesses as a Value Creator. http://www.kanematsu.co.jp/en/ About Dawex  Dawex, the leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, allows organizations to orchestrate data circulation by sourcing, monetizing and exchanging data directly, securely and in full compliance with regulations. Today more than 8,000 organizations from 20+ sectors rely on Dawex Global Data Marketplace and Data Exchange Platform solutions to build their data exchange strategy. Created in 2015, Dawex is a French company with offices in Paris, Lyon, San Francisco and Montreal, expanding business operations to Asia and the Middle East. www.dawex.com     Press Contact Yucatan Elisa Lesieur & Nevena Jovic  +33 1 53 63 63 27 27 | elesieur@yucatan.fr & njovic@yucatan.fr 


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