DigitalCube had a simple yet smashing 2014 and here’s why:

In June, WordCamp Kansai was held in Osaka, where the local WordPress community members gathered for Matt’s State of the Word. DigitalCube’s Amimoto is one of the sponsors, and eight of our team members delivered a speech. This is also where we’ve met old friends and made new ones.

A month following this was an even bigger event: the AWS Summit in Tokyo. Amazon Web Services has quite a reputation on being spectacular, and it did not disappoint. It was indeed awesome.

The same month, we also released a new version of Amimoto: “WordPress Powered by Amimoto (HVM)”.


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One day in September, we’ve received a lovely message from AWS confirming our company upgrade process:

“Congratulations! DigitalCube Co. Ltd. has successfully completed the APN Upgrade process. You have now been upgraded to the Advanced tier as an APN Advanced Consulting Partner.”  


Early October, which is just three months after the release of Amimoto HVM 1.0, we’ve added new optional services and better features in the Amimoto Managed Hosting Plan. It’s worth checking the full details of those right here for the single instance plan and the multi-instance plan.

At the end of that month, the team flew to U.S.A. to both participate and sponsor WordCamp San Francisco.

International November: We’ve participated in Amazon Web Services re:Invent in Las Vegas, and attended WordCamp Polska as a speaker.

We’ll be wrapping up December with the latest release of Amimoto AMI HVM Version 1.1. Although this year has come to an end, the next one coming will be a new beginning.

We’re thankful for all the new experiences we’ve had, and we’re glad to meet tons of people whom we became friends with along the way.

Keep it simple and smashing. – DigitalCube