Digital publishing platform platform maker Paper, which has a $500 million Series B funding round from Sequoia Capital, is rolling out a miniaturization platform called Paper, powered by the Open Compute Project.
The platform, which is being built by an unnamed Chinese company, aims to create an easy to use, modular, and scalable computing platform for digital publishing and digital distribution.
It has been developed with a modular, portable and highly modular design that makes it ideal for building small, portable computing devices that can be customized for different needs, such as video conferencing, online games, and even a mobile media streaming platform.
The Paper platform is already available in India.
The next step for Paper is to expand its platform to other countries.
In addition to the $500M investment, Paper is also acquiring a small stake in the open source software OpenCompute.
“Paper is committed to developing an open source platform for the future computing market, as it will allow a wide range of developers to easily and quickly build products based on the platform, while leveraging the technology of the OpenComputes,” said Prakash Bhatt, president of Paper India.
A big part of the platform will be based on Open Computes APIs.
Paper is the first company to develop a platform that is modular and flexible, which means that it can be easily scaled up and down.
The open source Open Compustion project, which was originally conceived by Google to be a open source Linux distribution, is now being used by the open-source community to build devices based on it.
It also has several other open source projects under development, such the OpenCL project, the Open Web Platform project, and the OpenCV project.
“The OpenCompustion is an important technology that we are developing for our customers,” said Bhatt.
“As a result, we are investing heavily in the Opencompustion Project, which aims to be open and interoperable across multiple platforms.”
This will help Paper achieve its goal of providing an open platform that users can customize and use to create a wide variety of devices.
“We are already developing a small number of platforms and have also partnered with some of the leading Indian companies in the mobile and cloud space,” said Vishal Gopinath, co-founder and COO of Paper.
“In this context, the next step is to launch a global platform and create a platform for more than just electronic publishing and distribution.
This will allow our customers to develop products based only on the open sources.
Our platform will have the flexibility to support many different needs and applications.”
Paper will also be adding a suite of features to the platform.
Users will be able to customize the platform to run their own servers or a single point of access for their server.
Users can use the platform as a cloud storage platform for their media streaming and video confederation applications.
Paper’s platforms will be built with a minimal amount of software, including a free open source web-based platform and a free mobile application.
Users also will be free to share their content online through the platform and the paper platform will work with social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Paper has already started rolling out its first product in India, Paper Express, an online publishing platform with a free and open source version of the open Compustions API.
Paper Express is already used by over 1.5 million publishers and authors in India and is one of the most popular platforms for publishing online.
“Our aim is to become the largest and most popular platform in India for media distribution,” said Gopinsath.
“By providing this platform, we will have an opportunity to bring in more and more Indian content creators to our platform.”
A major goal of Paper is that the platform be able go beyond the digital publishing platforms that it already supports.
The aim is that Paper’s products will be more than mere publishing platforms.
“One of the goals of Paper was to build a platform where publishers can publish their content, which will be an ideal solution for them,” said Bhushan Jha, CEO of Paper Publishing Platform.
“To this end, we plan to provide a platform to enable authors to publish their books, magazines, journals, web content, etc., all within the same platform.
We will also create a dedicated app for this purpose.”
Paper also plans to support other media platforms by integrating with the OpenWeb Platform, which provides a unified platform for online publishers, publishers, content creators, media content owners, and other media content providers.
This project also aims to make Paper more affordable and easier to use for consumers.
Paper will make its first India-focused investment in the second quarter of 2017, bringing its total investment to $500,000.