In July 2018, communications agency Racepoint Global announced the addition of Morphisec, Cepton Technologies, and Greenwaves Technologies to its B2B technology client roster.
“Morphisec, Cepton, and Greenwaves represent some of the most innovative companies in their respective industries,” said Daniel Carter, EVP Managing Director of Racepoint Global. “We look forward to creating programs which will deliver impactful results and drive their businesses forward.”
Racepoint Global will be providing services ranging from media relations, analyst relations, content development and social media support for their new clients.
“We picked Racepoint as our US agency of record for their deep understanding of the security space and relationships with key influencers.” said Tom Bain, VP, Marketing. “As an emerging leader in cybersecurity, it’s critical to raise our level of visibility in the marketplace that helps us stand out above the noise. We are confident Racepoint will be a strategic partner in this effort.”
Racepoint Global welcomes the following clients:
- Morphisec offers an entirely new level of innovation to customers in its Endpoint Threat Prevention product, delivering protection against the most advanced cyber-attacks. The company’s patented Moving Target Defense technology prevents threats others can’t, including APTs, zero-days, ransomware, evasive fileless attacks and web-borne exploits.
- Cepton Technologies is a leading LiDAR provider based in Silicon Valley. Cepton’s patented MMTTM (micro motion technology) LiDAR delivers long range, high-resolution 3D imaging capability empowering the perception of autonomous vehicles, industrial robots, UAVs and other smart machines. Its newest product, VistaTM LiDAR, is the most cost-effective LiDAR solution for the scale deployment of autonomous vehicles.
- GreenWaves Technologies is a fabless semiconductor startup designing disruptive ultra-low power embedded solutions for image, sound and vibration AI processing in sensing devices. Its flagship product, GAP8, is the industry’s first ultra-low-power processor enabling battery-operated artificial intelligence (AI) in the Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The company is headquartered just outside Grenoble, France.