Tech Giant Microsoft Acquires 3D Company Simplygon

Microsoft just recently acquired Simplygon, a 3D data optimization company. This isn't the company's first big-time purchase as over the past years, the tech giant has acquired multiple tech companies such as LinkedIn, Beam and Maluuba. Microsoft has clearly been very serious in maximizing and improving the services it offers to the masses, thus it continues to explore the possibilities of acquiring valuable technological companies.

Microsoft Announces Simplygon Acquisition

Corporate VP of Next Gen Experiences, Windows and Devices Group Kudo Tsunoda made the first announcement of Microsoft's Simplygon purchase. Tsunoda also addressed how this take-over will catalyze their vision of providing "3D For Everyone", as per ONMSFT. Simplygon is expected to strengthen Microsoft's position in 3D technology and make it easier to create, capture and even share using 3D.

Simplygon Acknowledges The Microsoft Take-over

Matt Connors, Simplygon's CEO alongside Founder and CTO Ulrik Lindahl and Co-founder Koshi Hamedi also acknowledged the Microsoft purchase. The three heads of Simplygon took to their website to recognize the acquisition of their company. They expressed their excitement and they also extended their gratitude to everyone for having been part of their company's journey.

The pioneer management of Simplygon said that their company has been focused on giving assistance to developers in their goals push beyond 3D's boundaries. Simplygon has been making it easier for developers to access automatic 3D data optimization. With that, the company's next challenge is to provide "3D For Everyone", and as per their post, they are thrilled to team up with giant company Microsoft to make that goal possible.

So far both companies are positive in their technological paths. Hopefully their "3D For Everyone" vision will push through and give people the ultimate accessibility to such technology. Fans can't wait to see what this acquisition can add to the future of Windows and for Microsoft as a whole.

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