Digiweb is the world’s largest provider of cloud-based solutions for developers and businesses.
But as its business grows, the internet giant is facing increasing competition from rivals such as Amazon and Google, which have been able to deploy and monetise their own cloud-backed services.
Now Digi Web has taken the wraps off its latest offering, the DigiMobile, a web-based device that allows developers and users to work from their homes and work from anywhere on the globe.
The Digi mobile is designed to be used on a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets and smart TVs.
Key features include an NFC-enabled tablet interface, a built-in camera and GPS, and a built in speaker.
The digi mobile also comes with a range of other services and features, including an internet-connected video chat room and access to a wide variety of other online resources.
Digi Mobile is available to pre-order from the company’s online store for $199.
Digi says the Digifinity, which is being launched this week, will be launched this spring, and will have more services available to customers.
Digifion, which Digi will not name, has been designed to meet the needs of large organisations and governments who want to take advantage of their data.
Its goal is to give businesses, enterprises and consumers access to the same level of transparency and control that they enjoy using the internet, said Digi CEO Stephen Lee.
The digi-mobile is also powered by Digi’s mobile cloud, and it uses the same Digi platform that the company uses to manage the Digibit and DigiPulse digital currencies, which allow people to transact without having to worry about the trustworthiness of the money they are exchanging.
“Digi is positioning itself as a leader in the industry and delivering solutions that allow people across the globe to do more and to make the internet better for them,” Lee said.
Digic has partnered with digital currency exchange provider BTCChina to help businesses and governments secure their digital currencies.
Digic also plans to launch DigiPay, a digital payments platform that it hopes will be a viable option for banks and businesses to accept digital currencies as payment.
The firm is also exploring partnerships with banks to offer their customers a more convenient way to pay.
To support its growing business, Digi is now expanding its digital payments offerings to include its own payment services.
It plans to integrate Digi Pay into the DigicPay mobile wallet app in the coming weeks.
This is a step towards Digi becoming a payment provider for the world, Mr Lee said, and Digit will continue to provide innovative solutions to help developers and the world move more securely online.
With a portfolio of mobile-first services, Digic is set to have a strong position in the global digital payment ecosystem and be a leading player in the growing global digital payments market.
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