Boingo Wireless, HID Global, PROS, Harris Corporation, NICE, Aptos, Dataiku, among others, announced their IT deals or technology deployments.
Boingo Wireless announced the deployment of Wi-Fi 6 at John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County, Calif. The launch is part of a commercial trial to test next-generation Wi-Fi capabilities and marks the first known Wi-Fi 6 deployment at a major airport.
HID Global, a provider of identity solutions, has joined hands with six of the world’s top turnstile manufacturers who have tested and certified HID’s Mobile Access as part of their commitment to a mobile future.
Alvarado, Automatic Systems, Boon Edam, Gunnebo, Orion Entrance Control and Smarter Security, have integrated the new Essex Electronics iROX-T with embedded iCLASS SE technology from HID.
PROS, a provider of AI-powered solutions, has won a tech deal from Denver-based Frontier Airlines to deploy PROS Revenue Management Essentials (RM Essentials) to optimize its demand forecasting and ticket revenue production.
Harris Corporation has received $243 million contract from Lockheed Martin to provide digital navigation signals for the first two GPS III Follow-On (GPS IIIF) satellites – to deliver stronger signals, with greater operational flexibility.
The U.S. Air Force in September 2018 announced a tech deal worth $7.2 billion selecting Lockheed Martin, with Harris as its navigation signal partner, to build up to 22 GPS IIIF satellites.
NICE announced that BT Group has selected NICE Performance Management (NPM) to create a unified performance management system to drive employee engagement across its BT Consumer lines of business.
Aptos, a retail technology solutions provider, announced that British brand Mulberry has implemented Aptos solutions for pre-season and in-season planning. Mulberry is focusing on PLM and Supply Chain Management to manage product development and sourcing faster and with greater efficiency.
Dataiku, an AI and machine learning platform, announced its partnership with GE Aviation for the development of its Self-Service Data program from zero to more than 1,800 users that has paved the way for wider company change.
Unisys announced several contracts worth up to $252 million with U.S. Federal agencies.
Unisys, as per a $102 million deal with the U.S. Census Bureau, will provide IT infrastructure support services.
Unisys, as per a $69 million deal with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), will provide cloud services.
Unisys, as per a $57 million order from the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of the Chief Information Officer, will help GSA’s Public Buildings Services (PBS) secure, operate and maintain systems used to track inventory associated with federal government workspace.
Unisys, as per a $24.7 million contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), will provide cloud advisory services to help accelerate its transition to the cloud.
Noble, a mobile food and drink ordering platform for venues, announced a tech deal with Spectrum Concessions, to ensure order and pay for food and drinks with their iOS or Android smart phones.
WNS Holdings announced its tech deal with Yorkshire Building Society Group (YBS), one of the UK’s largest Building Societies, to transform YBS’ customer processes and drive customer experience.
WNS will establish a centralized Managed Services Center in India to research, shape and develop new customer processes across YBS by leveraging WNS capabilities in lean, digital, automation, and robotics.
ETINT Technologies, a provider of storage and video processing SoC solutions for cloud and edge computing, announced that Wangsu, a Content Delivery Network (CDN) and datacenter operator in China, has begun deployment of Codensity T400 Video Transcoders to improve efficiencies and scalability in the processing and distribution of live video streaming services.
Infor announced that Courtepaille Group has selected predictive recruitment solution Infor Talent Science to reduce significantly the turnover rate of its waiters and restaurant managers, a volatile and difficult population to retain.
The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) will be using a mobile command center powered by Avaya Holdings to ensure a seamless cloud communication experience off the court while hosting the thousands of coaches, staff, and volunteers attending its annual convention.