How MagicCube built software to replace expensive and outdated hardware
One piece of software to rule them all: MagicCube cofounders and Egyptian power couple Nancy Zayed and Hisham Shawki built their careers questioning the boundaries of technological capability at companies like Apple, Netscape, Palm and Cisco. In the latest episode of Making It, the pair tell us how they built the first software replacement for hardware security components that could potentially make a USD 48 bn market redundant.
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