Canvass Labs and MemComputing, Inc. both technology startups based in the San Diego-area with UC San Diego roots are actively collaborating to implement MemComputing’s co-processor technology in Canvass Labs’ technology stack. MemComputing provides a unique computational optimization solution that allows us to look at large amounts of data at multiple perspectives, complementing our existing techniques which in turn reduces computing time and power. The collaborative partnership allows Canvass Labs to explore and learn more about the underlying Open Source Software (OSS) data that powers our AI-driven code scanning solution, accelerating the time to bring our products and services to market. MemComputing, Inc.’s disruptive coprocessor technology is accelerating the time to find feasible solutions to the most challenging operations research problems in all industries. For more information about MemComputing, visit http://www.memcpu.com/.
Diamond Key Security™, NFP engages Canvass Labs to provide Open Source Software license audit and review services
Canvass Labs reached an important milestone by signing its first customer, Diamond Key Security™ (“DKS”). DKS engaged Canvass Labs to provide a comprehensive open source license audit and review. Canvass Labs performed the services quickly and accurately at a lower cost than other solutions in the market. For more information about how Canvass Labs assisted Diamond Key Security on their Open Source Software (“OSS”) audit, please download the case study here:
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Canvass Labs is now available to perform third party OSS license audit services for your company. Please contact email@example.com for additional information on how we can assist you identify and manage the OSS licenses in your source code. Our proprietary scanning tool, License Analyzer will also be available for companies to conduct their own in-house review starting this September.
DKS, based in Palatine, Illinois, is a not-for-profit corporation. Its educational, charitable, and scientific purposes include conducting scientific research in the development, enhancement and deployment of transparent, auditable cryptographic technologies including solutions based on the CrypTech Project. Additional information is available at dkey.org.