'Dataking', a company with its office in Smart Content Center in Anyang-si has concluded a co-seller contract with Microsoft Korea.
Microsoft which has been expanding cloud(azure) business, next-generation strategic business, highly evaluated the performance of K-Museum, culture VR of 'Dataking' that is a big data space service company, which has led to concluding a contract with Dataking while looking for a partner carrying out cloud business in a new perspective. K-Museum is a virtual exhibiting service platform which enables users to appreciate Korean and overseas exhibitions on PC and mobile in full HD. Users can view an exhibition freely whenever and wherever without any restriction on time and place.
Microsoft Korea said, since Dataking Co., Ltd. had shown remarkable achievements such as concluding contracts with various institutions as well as National Museum of Korea through ISV(Independent Software Vendor) over last one year, they has accordingly concluded an official co-seller contract.
Through this, Dataking is now able to promote their contents to many client companies in Korea and other countries, using cloud azure technology and business network of Microsoft. Microsoft is able to provide VR contents based on culture data which has been recently rising as a new trend related to the fourth industrial revolution, along with virtual viewing data analysis based on azure. The offers are as follows. △Digital archive) △Data visualization Power bI △Artificial intelligence cognitive service )
On the other hand, Dataking Co., Ltd which has concluded a contract with Microsoft Korea, provides '360 VR Museum' service, which archives as VR data last exhibitions of the National and public Museums such as National Museum and Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, and private museums such as Sookmyung Women's University, Sahmyook University and Keimyung University since 2017, so that users can appreciate the exhibitions whenever and wherever on Internet.