Next Big Futures, Inc. will be the lead designer for a new computer system to manage computer systems.
The company has a long history of making computers to manage complex systems, including systems that run the world’s most popular entertainment services, such as Netflix, Spotify, Pandora, Spotify Premium, and Hulu Plus.
The new system, which the company is calling the Genie, is a hybrid between a standard computer and a smartphone, allowing users to connect a smartphone to a laptop to manage all the computers in a complex system.
A smartphone connects to the computer system and enables the Genies app to manage the systems on the smartphone.
The app provides a full suite of features, including cloud-based storage, and allows users to control and monitor the system remotely.
“We want to make sure that the technology is up to the challenge,” said Mark Kroll, chief product officer.
“And we’re hoping that the Geny will be ready to deploy in time for the first of our major events.”
The Genie is based on Genie Systems’ existing mobile application, but will allow the Genys app to interact with other devices and provide information on all the systems running.
The Genies system will be powered by Intel’s Xeon processor.
It will also use the Genes processors to run a cloud-hosted server that will connect to a cloud database and allow users to manage their systems remotely.
The service will be available as an app on the Google Play Store for smartphones and tablets.
Users can manage the Genier’s cloud-powered system from anywhere in the world.
“It’s a very different way of using the Geniies,” said Matt Hough, Genie systems general manager.
“I think people are really going to enjoy using this one.
It’s much more like a real computer.”
The company also will be working with a group of software developers to provide support for the Geniois software.
The system has been developed by the software company Nuke, which will provide cloud storage, software-level networking, and other support services.
The first Genie system is scheduled to be deployed in late 2017.