TAIPEI, Taiwan - Acer announced its consolidated revenues for April at NT$19.75 billion, up 41.1% year-on-year (YoY). For year-to-April, consolidated revenues were NT$68...
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The partnership aligns the two companies with similar missions: providing safe and simple technology that empowers all users. grandPad, with its strengths in software and services, will be able to tap into Acer’s extensive experience and resources in computing and communication, including its hardware design capabilities.
“We are very excited to partner with Acer and accelerate our mission to bring our simple, safe solution to seniors around the world,” notes Scott Lien, CEO of grandPad. “Together with Acer, we have the potential to help millions of seniors by reconnecting them with their family, friends and caregivers by using technology designed just for them.”
“In the era of the Internet of Beings (IoB), a human-centric network based on a collective of intelligence is necessary to make the vast variety of ‘Things’ out there more meaningful,” said Maverick Shih, President of BYOC Business Group, Acer Inc.
“With Acer’s extensive experience in integrating hardware, software, and services, in addition to our time-to-market capability and global footprint, we will help enhance the grandPad experience for seniors who rely on this technology for their daily needs.”
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