MEDRiNG participates in Amazon Web Services Startup Ramp

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most comprehensive and widely used cloud platform with over 200 full-featured services for compute, storage, database, networking, analytics, computing learning and artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), mobility, security, hybrid, virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR),… AWS spans 84 Availability Zones in 26 geographies around the world and announced plans to add 24 Availability Zones and another 8 AWS Regions in Australia, Canada, India, Israel, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates (UAE).

In February 2022, Amazon Web Services announced the expansion of the Startup Ramp program to Japan to help startups solve challenges in public services such as e-government, smart cities, civil technology, health care…

During the first meeting of AWS Startup Ramp in May 2022, MEDRiNG was honored to be one of the participating startups. The session includes technical sessions such as public sector security, basic architecture and proposal to introduce cloud services…

MEDRiNG is a Japanese medical technology company, founded in 2019 by experts, doctors, and engineers from Tokyo University, with headquarter in Hongo, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan. With the desire to contribute to Vietnam’s 4.0 healthcare, MEDRiNG has been developing the MEDi electronic medical record and clinic management software system along with building a chain of smart clinics according to Japanese standards. Copy.

The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of digital transformation in the public sector and the vital role startups can play in helping the government fulfill its mission with speed and large scale. Participation in the AWS Startup Ramp network is a great opportunity for MEDRiNG to contributr to address challenges in the public sector with innovative solutions.

When bringing together startups, public sector organizations, and cloud computing, technology can be used to trial and test new ideas to more effectively solve people’s problems and better prepare for high-impact events.