Dell Technologies, Aruba, Onshape, ipushpull, KeyBank, Petalo.ai, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Dell Technologies announced its computational projects for University of Queensland’s Dell Technologies high-performance computing (HPC) system may enable a non-invasive disease-modifying strategy for Alzheimer’s Disease.
NatWest Markets is using ipushpull, a London-based fintech, to share trade axes in real-time with some of its largest buy-side clients. The ipushpull platform enables NatWest Markets to meet its clients’ needs through an interactive automated axe interface which supports customisation and filtering per counterparty.
KeyBank said it has helped clients achieve $1 million in aggregate savings. KeyBank said its EasyUp SM tool empowers clients to identify new, creative ways to achieve their financial goals through everyday purchasing patterns.
Petalo.ai, a healthcare technology company, announced National Lutheran Communities will deploy its platform at two facilities in the Washington, DC area: The Village at Rockville in Rockville, MD, and The Village at Orchard Ridge in Winchester, VA.
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (HPE), announced that St. Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital has standardized on Aruba wired, wireless and security solutions to deliver superior care to patients, improve productivity for its nurses, doctors and skilled caregivers, and ensure connected experience for 15,000 mobile and IoT devices on the provider’s network.
Trek, a bicycle design and manufacturing, has added Onshape, a cloud product development platform, to its toolkit for the purpose of improving collaboration and communication between its teams and partners worldwide.