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Go with the Pulse and let it flow!
Pulse has left our rocket in January 2017 to explore new orbits.
Pulse was manufactured on the space station Pacman, which orbits the Pulsar HAL9001. Since his first start up, he has always been hungry for information, chasing after small, glowing dots of knowledge. One day, after spending time at the University of Bern, Pulse finished processing most information on Business Law and Business Administration and decided to hop aboard the orange rocket of Nothing Interactive. Now, when not being embedded deep within the operation and communication nexus of the spaceship, he can be found endlessly hovering around in the corridors, checking the communication frequencies for information on politics, business and IT or training his audio, producing loud electronic music in empty hallways of the rocket. Usually, Pulse is a pacifistic robot who deals with communication in and around our rocket, trying to maximise the profit for all stakeholders involved. But if something tries to scratch his shiny shell made of ultra-negotiation-titan, you’d better watch out – Pulse might easily eat nearly every alien in one single piece or fry it with his pulsating x-ray truth-o-vision!