Automobili Lamborghini’s NFT journey continues countdown to the eight-month “The Epic Road Trip” program releasing new Lamborghini NFTs to collect

New York, NY, Aug. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Following its two successful NFT projects to date, Automobili Lamborghini, in collaboration with NFT PRO™ and INVNT.ATOM™, has commenced a virtual journey that starts from the Moon, crosses Space and continues in iconic locations across the world.

In this new adventure, Lamborghini super sports cars will be the unmissable protagonists of places that the traveler can visit and discover, collecting new NFTs every month for eight months until March 2023. The collection consists of four NFTs released each month for 4 days consecutively and will be available to purchase for 24 hours only. The fourth NFT will be available in a limited edition of just 63 units. At the very end of the campaign, only those who have acquired all the monthly NFTs issued – either the three regular NFTs or three regular plus the limited edition – will receive a special NFT.

To reward loyalty during the campaign, other exclusive surprises will be communicated, including a digital artwork by the Lamborghini Centro Stile produced for “The Epic Road Trip” campaign, for those who purchase two complete monthly collections. For those who have completed the first four months acquisitions there will be the opportunity to participate in a special tour of the Sant’Agata Bolognese’s Headquarters.

“Since 1963, the year of its foundation, Automobili Lamborghini has always led from the front, demonstrating this with its super sports cars that continue to be the protagonists in dreams of children and adults all over the world. Entering the virtual world of modern collecting with NFTs is the natural translation and evolution of that dream,” said Christian Mastro, Marketing Director of Automobili Lamborghini. “NFTs are the new, unconventional and exclusive proposition, paving the way for a new form of expression for the younger generations.”

“Lamborghini loyalists and cryptocurrency fans will be amazed by this next series of drops that culminate in a very special reveal next March,” said Christian Ferri, CEO of NFT PRO™, Lamborghini’s launch partner and expert in engagement with consumers of Web3. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Lamborghini by offering this truly exclusive NFT collection.”

INVNT.ATOM the global digital innovation division of [INVNT GROUP]™; led the creative, strategy, design, content, and marketing communications.

“Our previous collaboration with Lamborghini – auctioning off a 1:1 NFT attached to the last physical Aventador Coupé super sportscar – was a testament to how impactful storytelling at the digital frontier cultivates community and consumer engagement. We’re honored to grow our relationship with Lamborghini and to be partnering with NFT PRO to celebrate innovation and Lamborghini’s 1963 heritage,” said Scott Cullather, President, and CEO of [INVNT GROUP].

The first series of four NFTs will be released starting from 8 August 2022 on the website nft.lamborghini.com.

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About INVNT.ATOM™

INVNT.ATOM, part of [INVNT GROUP] THE GLOBAL BRANDSTORY PROJECT™, is an innovation and brand experience agency devoted to helping global brands chart a course, navigate, activate, and create new opportunities at the digital frontier of Web3. Based in Singapore, the collective of strategists, marketers, creators, programmers, matchmakers, and thought leaders, turn strategies into stories and stories into experiences, that engage communities on the global stage. For more information about INVNT.ATOM, visit: www.invntatom.com

About [INVNT GROUP]™

[INVNT GROUP] was established as an evolution of the founding global live brand storytelling agency INVNT. Led by President and CEO, Scott Cullather, [INVNT GROUP], THE GLOBAL BRANDSTORY PROJECT™ represents a portfolio of disciplines designed to help forward-thinking organizations innovate and impact audiences everywhere. The GROUP consists of modern brand strategy firm, Folk Hero; creative-led culture consultancy, Meaning; production studio & creative agency, HEVĒ; events for colleges and universities, INVNT Higher Ed; digital innovation division, INVNT.ATOM; creative multimedia studio, Hypnogram; and the original live brand storytelling agency, INVNT. For more information about INVNT.ATOM, visit: www.invntgroup.com

About NFT PRO™

NFT PRO is a white -label NFT solution for enterprises, helping brands strategize, create, and sell NFT’s to customers, fans, and collectors. Their proprietary methodology and software take the guesswork from setting up and executing an NFT strategy and ensure consistent results and brand safety for every campaign. NFT PRO simplifies creating and executing NFT campaigns that are both effective and on-brand. For more information about NFT PRO, visit: www.web3pro.com

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Hisense South Africa Donates an Ultrasound HD60 to The Peninsular Maternity Trust for Mowbray Maternity Hospital

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Aug. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — At a donation ceremony on July 28, Hisense, a manufacturer and provider of high-performance electronics and medical devices, delivered a cutting-edge, high-resolution, ultrasound machine, the Hisense Ultrasound HD60, to the Peninsula Maternity Trust for Mowbray Maternity Hospital to announce the collaboration and contribution to the Mowbray Maternity  Hospital and The Western Cape Department of Health.

The Mowbray Maternity Hospital, located in Cape Town, is the largest dedicated maternity hospital in South Africa specialising in providing care to women with high-risk pregnancies. Professor Ntusi, who is the chair and head of medicine at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Groote Schuur Hospital climbed Mount Kilimanjaro last December to raise money to buy a new ultrasound machine for the hospital’s anaesthesia department.

Hisense South Africa donated an Ultrasound HD60 in response to Prof Ntusi’s efforts. Receiving this advanced ultrasound device with enhanced diagnostics powered by built-in AI will raise the level of care at the Mowbray Maternity Hospital and deliver better outcomes for at-risk women as well as boost staff morale.

“We are so proud to be able to donate this machine to the Mowbray Maternity Hospital and the Western Cape  Department of Health, we hope and wish this will not only change the lives of the surrounding community by improving the technological and medical capacity of the hospital, but also provide the health care professionals with quality technology innovation and support in order to make their work lives a little bit easier ” Ronele Prince, medical sales manager of Hisense said.

Hisense developed the Ultrasound HD60 to provide clinicians with clearer, higher resolution imaging shown on its 21.4″ diagnostic display. The device comes with a variety of ultrasound probes, making it well-suited to meet a range of the hospital’s anaesthetic, obstetric, gynaecological, and cardiovascular procedure needs.

The Hisense Ultrasound HD60 has been used in more than 30 hospitals across China, helping diagnose over 50,000 cases. Hisense completed the CE MDR certification for the Ultrasound HD60 in December 2021 and obtained the SAHPRA license in South Africa for the device in January 2022. In April this year, Hisense won its first  order of six Ultrasound HD60 in South Africa; a significant step to becoming an internationally well-known brand in the medical equipment industry.

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Synchronoss propulse le lancement par Telkomsigma de deux nouvelles solutions cloud personnelles haut de gamme en Indonésie

Les étudiants universitaires entrants dans toute l’Indonésie recevront un compte cloud personnel Floudrive gratuit ; un compte Premium Floudrive sera également disponible pour 170 millions de clients mobiles de Telkomsel

BRIDGEWATER, New Jersey, 05 août 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Synchronoss Technologies, Inc. (« Synchronoss » ou la « Société ») (Nasdaq : SNCR), un leader mondial et innovateur en matière de produits et plateformes numériques, de messagerie et de cloud, a annoncé aujourd’hui le déploiement officiel de deux nouvelles solutions cloud personnel haut de gamme proposées par Telkomsigma, filiale de Telkom Indonesia, le plus grand opérateur de télécommunications du pays. Suite à cet accord en novembre, Telkomsigma met désormais son service Floudrive, optimisé par Synchronoss Personal Cloud, à la disposition des étudiants universitaires et des clients mobiles de Telkomsel.

En tant que branche des services informatiques et des centres de données de Telkomsel, Telkomsigma utilise la plateforme Synchronoss Personal Cloud pour son service Floudrive, offrant une expérience de stockage dans le cloud fiable et intuitive avec la possibilité de sauvegarder et de restaurer le contenu numérique, y compris les photos, vidéos, textes et autres fichiers. Pour garantir la conformité avec les lois indonésiennes relatives au stockage des données, Synchronoss s’est associée à Alibaba, tirant parti de son infrastructure informatique dans le pays.

À partir de septembre, Telkomsigma offrira aux étudiants universitaires un compte gratuit Floudrive comprenant 50 gigaoctets de stockage cloud, qu’ils pourront utiliser pour sauvegarder tout contenu numérique et partager des fichiers et des photos. La formule gratuite est la première de son genre et est proposée par l’intermédiaire d’universités sélectionnées en Indonésie. En outre, Telkomsigma proposera une version haut de gamme de Floudrive à 170 millions de clients mobiles de Telkomsel. Le service haut de gamme comprendra 100 gigaoctets de stockage.

« Nous sommes ravis de déployer ces deux nouvelles solutions de cloud personnel haut de gamme qui tirent parti de la plateforme Synchronoss Personal Cloud, en particulier au sein des universités, ce qui est une première dans le secteur », a déclaré Tanto Suratno, directeur des affaires et des ventes chez Telkomsigma. « La combinaison de Synchronoss et d’Alibaba nous permettra de suivre le rythme des millions d’abonnés qui profiteront de nos services gratuits et haut de gamme de Floudrive. »

« Telkomsigma, Telkomsel et Telkom Indonesia comprennent l’opportunité unique du marché de fournir des solutions cloud personnel qui fourniront une large gamme de services numériques aux abonnés dans toute l’Indonésie », a commenté Patrick Doran, directeur technologique de Synchronoss.« Sachant que la souveraineté des données locales est une exigence essentielle pour les clients, nous avons certifié notre plateforme technologique sur la plateforme Alibaba Cloud, fournissant une solution de cloud personnel en marque blanche qui est sécurisée, fiable, évolutive et spécifique au pays. »

Les principaux fournisseurs de services de premier niveau utilisent Synchronoss Personal Cloud, Synchronoss Email Suite, ou les deux pour gérer plus de 250 millions d’abonnés dans le monde entier, stockant et gérant plus de 142 pétaoctets de données.

À propos de Synchronoss
Synchronoss Technologies (Nasdaq : SNCR) est un développeur de logiciels permettant aux entreprises du monde entier de se connecter à leurs abonnés de manière fiable et pertinente. Sa gamme de produits contribue à rationaliser les réseaux, simplifier l’intégration et interagir avec les abonnés afin de créer de nouvelles sources de revenus, de réduire les coûts et d’accélérer la mise sur le marché. Plusieurs centaines de millions d’abonnés font confiance à Synchronoss pour rester en phase avec les individus, les services et les contenus qu’ils aiment. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur www.synchronoss.com.

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Synchronoss Capacita o Lançamento de Duas Novas Soluções Premium de Nuvem Pessoal da Telkomsigma na Indonésia

Calouros universitários da Indonésia receberão uma conta de nuvem pessoal gratuita da Floudrive. Além disso, uma conta premium da Floudrive também estará disponível para 170 milhões de clientes móveis da Telkomsel

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A Synchronoss Technologies, Inc. (“Synchronoss” ou a “Empresa”) (Nasdaq: SNCR), líder global e inovadora em nuvem, mensagens e produtos e plataformas digitais, anunciou hoje a implantação oficial de duas novas soluções de nuvem pessoal premium oferecidas pela Telkomsigma, uma subsidiária da Telkom Indonésia, a maior operadora de telecomunicações do país. Após o acordo de novembro, a Telkomsigma passará a oferecer seu serviço Floudrive, capacitado pela Synchronoss Personal Cloud, para estudantes universitários e clientes móveis da Telkomsel.

Como unidade de Serviços de TI e Data Center da Telkomsel, a Telkomsigma está utilizando a plataforma Synchronoss Personal Cloud no seu serviço Floudrive, oferecendo uma experiência de armazenamento em nuvem confiável e intuitiva, com capacidade de backup e restauração de conteúdo digital, incluindo fotos, vídeo, textos e outros arquivos. Para garantir a conformidade com as leis de armazenamento de dados da Indonésia, a Synchronoss fez uma parceria com a Alibaba, aproveitando sua infraestrutura de TI do país.

A partir de setembro, a Telkomsigma passará a oferecer para os novos estudantes universitários uma conta gratuita da Floudrive com 50 gigabytes de armazenamento em nuvem, que pode ser usada para backup de todo o conteúdo digital, bem como compartilhamento de arquivos e fotos. O pacote gratuito é o primeiro do seu tipo a ser oferecido através de universidades selecionadas na Indonésia. Além disso, a Telkomsigma oferecerá uma versão premium da Floudrive para 170 milhões de clientes móveis da Telkomsel. O serviço premium terá 100 gigabytes de armazenamento.

“Estamos contentes com a implementação destas duas novas soluções de nuvem pessoal premium que utilizam a plataforma Synchronoss Personal Cloud, especialmente nas universidades, que estreiam o serviço”, disse Tanto Suratno, Diretor de Negócios e Vendas da Telkomsigma. “Com a parceria da Synchronoss com a Alibaba, poderemos acompanhar os milhões de assinantes que irão utilizar nossos serviços gratuitos e premium da Floudrive.”

“A Telkomsigma, Telkomsel e Telkom Indonesia reconhecem a oportunidade única de mercado para o fornecimento de soluções de nuvem pessoal que viabilizem a oferta de uma ampla gama de serviços digitais para assinantes em toda a Indonésia”, disse Patrick Doran, Diretor de Tecnologia da Synchronoss. “Para atender um requisito essencial do cliente pela soberania dos dados locais, certificamos nossa plataforma de tecnologia na plataforma Alibaba Cloud, oferecendo uma solução de nuvem pessoal de marca branca segura, confiável, escalável e doméstica.”

Os principais provedores de serviços de Nível Um utilizam a Synchronoss Personal Cloud, Synchronoss Email Suite ou os dois para gerenciar mais de 250 milhões de assinantes em todo o mundo, com capacidade de armazenamento e gerenciamento de mais de 142 petabytes de dados.

Sobre a Synchronoss
A Synchronoss Technologies (Nasdaq: SNCR) cria software que capacita empresas ao redor do mundo a se conectarem com seus assinantes de forma confiável e significativa. O conjunto de produtos da empresa ajuda a agilizar as redes, simplificar a integração e envolver os assinantes, permitindo novos fluxos de receita, redução dos custos e aumento da velocidade no mercado. Centenas de milhões de assinantes confiam nos produtos da Synchronoss que se mantêm em sincronia com as pessoas, serviços e conteúdo que elas gostam. Saiba mais em www.synchronoss.com

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LAWSEC dormitory not fixed several months after storm havoc

Lawra, (UW/R), Aug. 05, GNA – The Girls’ dormitory of the Lawra Senior High School in the Lawra Municipality that was ripped off by a rainstorm in March this year, is yet to be rehabilitated to house the displaced students.

Aside from the dormitory being ripped off, the windows and window nets of the dormitories had also been worn out leaving the students at the mercy of the adverse weather condition and mosquito bites making them susceptible to malaria infections.

Naah Alhaji Seidu Tungbani, the Headmaster of the school, revealed this when the Lawra Senior High School Old Students Association (LASSOSA) donated 100 pieces of students’ mattresses to the school to help mitigate the plight of the students.

In all, 216 girls were displaced by the disaster as their dormitory was ripped off destroying their personal belongings including mattresses and books.

He said all efforts to get the attention of the necessary authorities including the District Assembly, the GES, and the President heed heed to the plight of the students haveve not yielded positive results.

“As we speak,, the dormitory that was ripped off remains as it is. Despite several appeals, written communications, and presses to the government we have still not received any positive result from the government.

“So, we are still appealing to philanthropic organizations and all the necessary stakeholders in the municipality and the country at large including the GetFund administrator to help us restore the dormitory block,” Naa Alhaji Tungbani said.

While expressing gratitude to LASSOSA for supporting its alma mater with the mattresses, he said other challenges, Naa Alhaji Tungbani explained that the school population was about 2000 with limited infrastructure and social amenities such as sources of potable water, which had made lives unbearable for the students.

He appealed for additional boreholes to augment the existing mechanized borehole, which served as the sole source of water for the school.

“A population of about 2000 students and staff are relying on this mechanized borehole as the main source of water, so, that is why we don’t open the taps throughout the day, two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening”, he added.

Mr Thomas Tengan, the Vice President of LASSOSA, who handed over the items to the Upper West Regional Education Directorate for onward presentation was saddened by the failure of the authorities to rehabilitate the structure after about five months when the disaster occurred.

“We call on the President of the Republic of Ghana and all relevant stakeholders to salvage the situation of our dear students whose lives are in danger and whose studies are jeopardized by the trauma and insomnia caused by the disaster.

Mr Tengan also recommended periodic assessment and renovation of the structures in the school to avoid a similar disaster in the future.

He also entreated the old students of the school to join hands to contribute to the development of their alma mater.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Australia Aid ‘powers’ Siamekome Island community with solar light

Accra, Aug.05, GNA — The Australia Aid Program has installed a 15kw solar panel at Siamekome in the Central Tongu district of the Volta Region.

The AUD 40,100 project was executed by Ronna Engineering through the Lift Us Foundation, an NGO focused on provision of walking aides to physically challenged persons.

Siamekome, which for decades had no electricity, has since June, 2022, been brightened by street lights and electricity through the benevolence of the Australian Government’s Aid Program.

At the handing over ceremony on August 4, 2022, Madam Harriet Williams, the second secretary at the Australia High Commission in Ghana, said an important objective of the Direct Aid Program was to promote women’s economic empowerment and gender equality.

She said with access to electricity, the women in the fishing community would be able to have access to refrigeration facilities to store their fish and other perishable foodstuffs for household consumption and sale.

Madam Williams said the project would also lead to increased trade and economic activity for the community, helping to build a stronger and more resilient community.

“We are all aware of the important role of education in fighting poverty and improving health and equality on all fronts. Unfortunately, the lack of electricity in Siamekome has been a hindrance to children who find it hard to keep up with schoolwork after dark,” she added.

Mr Fred Duhoe, a Journalist and the Director of Lift Us Foundation, expressed gratitude on behalf of his team and the people of Siamekome to Mr Gregory Andrews, the former Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, and his Government for extending support after watching his news report.

He appealed to the Government to reduce the costs associated with license acquisition for the establishment of NGOs in the country.

“NGOs exist to complement Government’s developmental efforts. The bureaucracies and the high cost are disincentives in achieving such dreams,” he said.

Mr Thomas Moore, District Chief Executive for Central Tongu, urged children on the Island to make good use of the investment and focus on their studies.

The Dufia of Adidome, Togbe Kwasinyi Kakaklolo Agyeman V, called on private investors to explore opportunities on the Island.

He said investments in tourism could help grow the local economy of the District.

“The people of Siamekome can now charge their mobile phones and other electronic gadgets while children study at night,” he said and expressed gratitude to the benefactors.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Government must prioritise SRHR to achieve sustainable development-NPC

Wa, Aug. 05, GNA – The National Population Council (NPC) has urged the government to prioritise the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) of adolescent girls and women as part of efforts to achieve the desired accelerated and sustainable development the country yearns for.

It said that would help control the national population growth to be in tandem with the available resources of the country in meeting the health, education, and other social needs of the people.

Mr Abu Salifu, the Upper West Regional Population Officer of the NPC, said this in Wa during the commemoration of the 2022 World Population Day (WPD) on the national theme: “Prioritizing rights and choices; harnessing opportunities, the road to a resilient future for all.”

The global event is commemorated on July 11 annually since 1989 to trigger discussion on population growth and its related issues that supported or hindered accelerated socio-economic development.

Mr Salifu explained that the failure of the country to prioritise SRHR of girls led to unmet needs for Family Planning and its attendant teenage pregnancies and child marriages, which had dire consequences on the population growth with rippling effects on national development.

“Child marriage disproportionately affects young girls with far-reaching consequences that negatively impact not only the lives of children who are married but also the lives of those around them and the nation at large”, he observed.

The Population Officer added that prioritising SRHR of women and girls would also lead to bridging the gender inequality and inequity gaps that existed in health, education, and employment, which were pre-requisite for sustainable development.

Mr Munawar Koray, a Senior Nursing Officer at the Upper West Regional Directorate of the Ghana Health Service, noted that teenage pregnancy had been a serious development challenge to the country.

He explained that the region currently had a teenage pregnancy rate of about nine per cent while the Wa Municipality currently had about four per cent rate, a reduction from about 4.40 per cent rate last year.

He said there was the need for increased efforts to reduce the menace to the barest minimum through the promotion and use of contraceptive measures, as the effects of teenage pregnancy transcended beyond the teenage mother to the family and the society at large.

“Teenage pregnancy leads to an unending cycle of poverty in the family, but this poverty cycle can be broken by the use of Family Planning measures”, Mr Koray observed.

Madam Umuhaira Umoru, a Midwife at the Kambali Health Centre in Wa, expressed worry about the low male involvement and support for their wives in accessing Family (FP) services.

She said the fear of stigma and ridicule shunned some females from visiting the facilities to access FP services saying: “Some women hide to come and do it, their husbands don’t support them.”

The global theme for this year’s WPD: “A world of 8 billion: towards a resilient future for all, harnessing opportunities and ensuring rights and choices”, sought to draw attention to the world population growth expected to hit about eight billion by the end of this year.

Tailors and dressmakers apprentices and a cross-section of the Kambali community, largely women, attended the event.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Obuasi Municipal Assembly supports Sanso Health Center with medical equipment

Obuasi (Ash), Aug. 05, GNA – Mr Elijah Adansi-Bonah, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Obuasi, has presented health equipment worth GH¢ 36,000 to the Sanso Health center near Obuasi.

The medical equipment, which were procured from the Assembly’s internally generated funds is expected to improve health care delivery at the facility, according to the MCE.

They included oxygen cylinders, flow meters, penguin section devices, drip stands, suction machine, bed sheets, autoclave, boxes of cannula, fetal dopplers, artery forceps, delivery sets, drum, kidney dishes, among others.

Mr Adansi-Bonah at a short ceremony to hand over the items to the Municipal Health Directorate, said the support was in response to a request by the Directorate to equip Sanso Health Center and other health facilities in the Municipality.

He underscored the importance of having a well-resourced and functioning health facilities to make quality healthcare accessible to the people.

“Sanso Health Center is strategically located to deliver quality health care not only to the people of Sanso but the surrounding villages such as Suhyenso and Nyamebekyere,” he noted.

The Sanso Health Center was built by the Chiefs and people of Sanso with the support of the Assembly, but the facility has been grappling with lack of equipment to facilitate its smooth operations.

The donation of the equipment, according to the MCE, was to resource the facility to provide quality healthcare to the people in the area, saying that the focus of the Assembly was to make Obuasi the hub of quality healthcare delivery in the region.

Madam Margaret Yaa Manu, the Obuasi Municipal Health Director who received the items on behalf of the facility, lauded the MCE for prioritising health issues in the Municipality.

She said the equipment would boost the morale of the workers and enhance service delivery at the facility for the benefit of the public.

Source: Ghana News Agency