Atlanta, GEORGIA, United States
Atlanta, GEORGIA, United States

Zeno of Citium was a Greek thinker from Citium , Cyprus. He was possibly of Phoenician descent,. Zeno was the founder of the Stoic school of philosophy, which he taught in Athens from about 300 BC. Based on the moral ideas of the Cynics, Stoicism laid great emphasis on goodness and peace of mind gained from living a life of Virtue in accordance with Nature. It proved very successful, and flourished as the dominant philosophy from the Hellenistic period through to the Roman era. Wikipedia.

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News Article | May 22, 2017

Currently, less than 1% of Africa's population has a broadband subscription. Tizeti provides unlimited plans at an affordable price - 30% lower than existing mobile offerings. Tizeti is now the seventh investment of Zeno Ventures, which has completed a closing of its debut fund earlier this year. Zeno Ventures has also invested in Breaker, Joy Labdoor, Snappr, Standard Bots, Starcity and Tizeti. Zeno Ventures was founded in 2016 by Christopher Kile and Duarte Moreira. It invests internationally in fast growing technology startups from its Geneva and San Francisco locations. For more information please visit .

Das Venture-Capital-Unternehmen Zeno Ventures hat eine Investition in Tizeti Inc. abgeschlossen, einem Start-up-Unternehmen mit Sitz in Menlo Park (Kalifornien) und Lagos (Nigeria), das an der letzten Runde von "Y Combinator" teilnahm. Tizeti hat eine kostengünstige Lösung zur Bereitstellung zuverlässiger Breitband-Internetdienste für dicht besiedelte Ballungszentren in Afrika entwickelt. Das Unternehmen ist im Besitz des Bereitstellungsnetzwerks für die "letzte Meile", das mittels seiner Kollektion solarbetriebener Wi-Fi-Türme im Zentrum von Lagos die Internetkonnektivität von Tiefseekabeln zum jeweiligen Standort seiner Kunden weiterleitet., die kundenorientierte Marke von Tizeti, bietet Serviceverträge mit unbegrenzter Datennutzung ab 30 USD Monatsgebühr sowie Hotspot-Dienste für die kurzzeitige Nutzung an.

The present invention refers to a supporting system for raised floorings made of wooden planks and to the relative flooring obtained by using said supporting system.

The present invention refers to a supporting element (310) for synthetic ground covers comprising a main body (311) having a corrugated shape with crests and valleys. The supporting element (310) comprises connecting means (330, 332), so that the connection of a supporting element with another supporting element allows to maintain the corrugated development of the main body (311). In addition, the present invention refers to a system comprising said supporting element.

Zeno | Date: 2016-10-16

Various aspects disclosed herein are directed to different types of personal assistant techniques for facilitating call event notation, tagging, calendaring, and etc., particularly those implemented on mobile communication devices. Users of mobile devices are provided with a relatively easy way to record and organize personal notes relating to one or more selected telephone conversations conducted by the user. Users can also manage notes, tasks, and schedule items related to the users contacts and social network(s). In at least one embodiment, a Mobile Application running on a users mobile device may be configured or designed to automatically detect an end of phone call event at the mobile device, and to automatically display a pop-up dialog GUI prompting the user to record a personalized note or other content (if desired), to be associated with the phone call which just ended.

The invention concerns a method and a system for purposes of registering the position of a vehicle (1) in a defined region (3), wherein a digital map of the defined region (3) is created, having a defined coordinates system, wherein the digital map includes stationary reference features (T1) with a unique identifying feature, before digital images are recorded of at least a sub-region of the defined region (3), preferably of the whole defined region (3), for purposes of registering and detecting further reference features (T1, T2, T3), wherein stationary and/or temporary reference features (T2, T3) without unique identifying features are also registered and detected, and are added to the digital map and/or an associated buffer store, so that the absolute position of the vehicle (1) in the defined region (3) can subsequently be determined, in that a digital image of a portion of the defined region (3) is recorded by the vehicle (1), and in the digital image reference features (T1, T2, T3) are detected and optionally identified, wherein the determination of absolute position is undertaken on the basis of the stationary and/or temporary reference features (T1, T2, T3) that have been detected and optionally identified.

Zeno | Date: 2012-07-25

A crank mechanism (P) for bicycles, in particular racing bicycles on roads, unsurfaced roads or tracks, comprises a winch rod (1), pedaling means (4) coupled with an end (6) of the rod (1), and also an arm (13) of a connecting-rod (13) of which one end is rotatingly coupled with respect to said rod (1) in correspondence with said end (6) of the rod (1); the pedaling means (4) are rigidly fixed to an opposite end of said arm (13).

The present invention refers to an element (10, 110) for swimming pool grids (100). Said element (10, 110) is adapted to be connected to other elements in order to obtain a swimming pool grid (100), said swimming pool grids (100) being adapted to define a walking surface. Said element (10, 110) comprising:- a main body (11) which is developed along a first line (L1) and which defines a first plane (P1) corresponding to the walking surface of the grids (100);- at least one tooth (12) which protrudes from the main body (11) and is developed on the first plane (P1);- a connector (24) which is connected to the main body (11) and is adapted to removably connect the element (10, 110) to other elements (10, 110). Besides, the present invention refers to a swimming pool grid (100) comprising one or more of the elements (10, 110) according to the invention.

Zeno | Date: 2014-08-06

A leveler (10) for laying and leveling slabs, tiles and similar, comprising:- a support (60) which in turn comprises:- a base (62), adapted to provide support to at least two adjacent tiles (P, Q, S),- at least one leg (66) protruding from said base (62) and adapted to rest on a side of said at least two tiles (P, Q, S) so as to define a space between said at least two tiles (P, Q, S) and extending for a height greater than the thickness of the at least two tiles (P, Q, S),- at least two counteracting faces (75) developing at a predetermined distance from said base (62), said at least two counteracting faces (75) protruding laterally from said at least one leg (66);- a knob (12) comprising an annular main body (14) and at least two ramps (16) protruding from the inside of said main body (14), said two ramps (16) being adapted to be coupled to the at least two counteracting faces (75) of the support (60) when said knob (12) is coupled to the support (60).

Agency: National Science Foundation | Branch: | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase II | Award Amount: 493.72K | Year: 2012

This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project seeks to continue the development of a novel one-transistor memory device, which has both volatile and non-volatile functionality, through collaboration with a commercial foundry partner. Such memory combines the non-volatile memory's ability to retain information in the absence of power (such as Flash memory) and the fast access speed and reliability of a volatile memory (such as Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)). In addition to the memory cell development and optimization, a memory block will also be developed to initiate commercialization effort of the memory technology. The broader impact/commercial potential of this project is to enable power-efficient computing applications and mobile devices. For example, it can be used to reduce power consumptions in data centers. Data centers' annual energy consumption is estimated to be 150 billion kWh, about twice the capacity of the current US solar panel. A power-efficient memory such as the one proposed in this proposal can reduce the overall data centers' power consumption by up to 75%. Another application is to provide an integrated memory solution. Many electronic devices currently employ multiple types of memory, due to their own distinct characteristics. The proposed device will be able to combine the different types of memory into a single memory device, simplifying the manufacturing process for embedded memories.

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