Rami Alkarmi builds lean startup Ecosystems





Geek. Investor. Growth Strategist.

A proud geek, investor, and widely recognized advisor and expert in strategy, lean startup ecosystems, business models, growth & distribution through big data and viral marketing, and corporate venturing.

In 2013, he founded Arcoten Holdings as his advising/investing vehicle where he partners with corporates, accelerators, and incubators to build lean startup ecosystems, and helps companies through providing expertise in growth, hands-on mentorship, access to capital, and helps companies iterate product and grow fast. From time to time, he also likes to build companies with friends and partners inside Arcoten.

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To most people, air conditioning is about as exciting as technological advances in shoe inserts.

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Nvidia has taken the wraps off their latest flagship PC gaming graphics cards today, now known as the GeForce GTX 980 and GeForce GTX 970. In the high-end PC graphics arena, there are halo products that are built to lay down the gauntlet for the competition. And of course, Nvidia and AMD have been in a perpetual slugfest for many years, in an effort to claim the biggest, baddest 3D graphics engine on the planet. Sometimes graphics cards even push the boundaries of stable system power capacity with their light-dimming, pixel crunching, horsepower; though even in this juggernaught product segment, there are certain efforts made toward efficient computing. And that’s what these new graphics cards from Nvidia, based on their latest Maxwell GPU architecture, are all about.

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What are people’s initial impressions of Destiny? This question was originally answered on Quora.

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Keep It Simple, Stupid: That’s always been the mantra of eee-Leader™. … Openness. Transparency. Pursuit of the goal. … Surely leadership is basically just following those simple rules? But then, the trouble started…

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Destiny is without question going to be the most talked-about game of the year, for good or ill. The reviews are mixed among fans and critics alike, yet both groups seem to have a common problem, they can’t stop playing.

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Alibaba’s looming offering looks likely to beat out Visa and Facebook as the biggest IPO in U.S. history

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As Alibaba announced its pricing of the largest IPO in American history, two old rivals traded major announcements that shook up enterprise software landscape. But where things get interesting is how Oracle and SAP’s ticker-tape news will shake up the cloud landscape for years to come.

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The largest IPO in US history has put a new person on top of China’s richest.

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Alibaba’s looming offering looks likely to beat out Visa and Facebook as the biggest IPO in U.S. history

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The desire for Alibaba is huge — and its driving the stock price to big initial gains.

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This is for all of you math whizzes and Sudoku geniuses out there. You know who you are – folks who are good with numbers:

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There is a growing maturity among organizations about he cloud. Most people have moved on from a binary perspective that either says public cloud is the only way forward or alternatively that private is the best place for everything. Rather than this shortsighted view, most organizations now realize that, in the majority of cases, there is a need for both public and private infrastructure and that is a situation which will continue for a long time.

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Alibaba’s looming offering looks likely to beat out Visa and Facebook as the biggest IPO in U.S. history

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Netflix is coming under pressure to prevent non-US citizens from accessing its service via VPN, even if they pay

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For the most part here in the UK, pre-orders for the iPhone when collecting from the Apple Store itself were pretty hassle-free. I queued for about 20 minutes and 10 minutes after that I was walking out the store with my 64GB Space Grey iPhone 6. Those turning up on the day were less fortunate. The iPhone 6 Plus had sold out and only a few of its smaller sibling, the iPhone 6 remained.

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