BT, DXC Technology, Google Cloud, Harris Corporation, NICE Actimize, Fiserv, Aviat Networks, Micronet, among others, have announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
DXC Technology has signed an agreement to support BMW’s autonomous vehicle development via the High Performance D3 platform. DXC provides services that help deliver and simplify data analysis and algorithmic training to reduce the time and cost to develop autonomous vehicles.
McKesson has selected Google Cloud that will advance the development of applications and products, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, and enhanced analytics in support of the company’s strategic growth initiative to transform care delivery and drive profit.
McKesson plans to implement Google Cloud Platform (GCP) across its enterprise as the foundation for its new infrastructure, platforms, applications and analytics workloads. In addition to driving greater efficiency across McKesson’s technology, the collaboration will also result in cost-savings.
Harris Corporation has received an $84 million contract to produce Navigation Technology Satellite-3 (NTS-3), an experimental satellite that will demonstrate new position, navigation and timing capabilities to improve the resiliency of the Global Positioning System (GPS).
NICE Actimize has won tech deal from Varo Money, a leading all-mobile banking company to implement its financial crime strategy for anti-money laundering protections including AML/KYC requirements, sanctions screening and transaction monitoring capabilities.
Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, announced its IT deal with Hellenic Bank for the implementation of payments technology from Fiserv. The Dovetail Payments Platform from Fiserv will enable the bank to simplify its payments architecture, operate more efficiently and offer customers new and customized capabilities.
Aviat Networks has received orders worth $10 million from customers in the U.S. Utility segment.
BT announced its €5.9 million services deal with NATO to support the military alliance’s global operations.
BT connects more than 70 NATO locations internationally, including sites spread across the Alliance’s 29 member countries and beyond. Adding BT’s network support services to the agency enables NATO to roll out new solutions within the dynamic environment it operates in.
MICT announced that Micronet has received two purchase orders – worth $1,300,000 — from a top U.S. telematics service provider to supply and deliver its 4th generation SmartHub hardware platform.