IT deals: CloudBlue, Rockwell Automation, LetsBab

CloudBlue, Rockwell Automation, LetsBab, Eurofins Digital Testing, Extreme Networks, Enterra Solutions, Hughes Network, among others, announced their latest IT deals for the technology deployments.
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Eurofins Digital Testing

Eurofins Digital Testing, a quality assurance (QA) and testing services company, announced its tech deal with Niko, a switching material and smart home products provider, for conducting automated quality assurance and device interoperability testing for Niko’s smart home solution. Niko will use Eurofins’ testwizard system for their IoT home automation system, Niko Home Control.

LetsBab

British Fashion Council, the organizers of London Fashion Week, has tapped LetsBab app, for offering better experiences for both trade and public audience through one dynamic schedule. LetsBab app will be allowing attendees to receive up to the minute schedule updates and show start times during London Fashion Week in September 2019.

Hughes Network

Hughes Network Systems has won a contract from NASPO (National Association of State Procurement Officials) to supply HughesNet for Business, its high-speed satellite Internet service, to state agencies and eligible political subdivisions.

Extreme Networks

ITR Concession Company (ITRCC) has deployed software-driven network solutions supplied by Extreme Networks. The Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) powered by Extreme’s Smart OmniEdge technology provide real-time updates on traffic patterns. The highway system has reduced traffic incidents by 30 percent.

CloudBlue

CloudBlue has signed multiple new customers. The list of new partners includes Colt, Office Depot, TLine, T-Mobile and Zones among others.

Enterra Solutions

Enterra Solutions has signed a solution-as-a-service contract with Nestle USA, for the deployment of analytics and insights platform and business applications.

Rockwell Automation

Lonza has selected Rockwell Automation for bringing the digital factory to nine former Capsugel facilities that manufacture drug capsules. Switzerland-based Lonza selected Rockwell Automation’s PharmaSuite Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software to digitize the operations in their manufacturing environments.