Everbridge, Accenture, Block Engineering, Riffyn, Semtech, Celeno, Yardi, among others, announced their IT deals or technology deployments.
Accenture, Faurecia and Affectiva announced Connected Car Lab, a digital product and service innovation facility enabling Faurecia, a leading automotive technology company, to test and develop applications for the car cabin.
Block Engineering announced that the Japan Disaster Management Agency has deployed the PORTHOS automated chemical detection system at three locations in Japan. PORTHOS detects and identifies chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals within seconds at distances of 0.1 to 5 km.
Riffyn, a provider of process design and data analytics, announced a partnership with biotech company Novozymes for using Riffyn as part of its digital strategy for global R&D.
Everbridge, a provider of enterprise safety software applications, announced that Diebold Nixdorf has selected Everbridge’s Critical Event Management (CEM) platform to accelerate situational awareness and employee safety.
Semtech, a supplier of analog and mixed signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, has shipped more than 15,000 BlueRiver AV-over-IP chipsets targeting operating room (OR) applications.
Celeno, a provider of managed Wi-Fi solutions, announced that Comtrend, a provider of networking solutions, has selected the CL8000 chips for their new Wi-Fi 6 home gateways and mesh node solution.
Rhode Island-based Procaccianti Companies has deployed Yardi Investment Management to perform its investment management, accounting and reporting operations.
Accenture is assisting Rive Gauche to accelerate digital transformation by moving its IT infrastructure to Microsoft Azure cloud. The transition is reducing Rive Gauche’s IT infrastructure expenses by approximately 20 percent.
Accenture worked Rive Gauche to create a cloud strategy and collaborated with Microsoft to migrate Rive Gauche’s infrastructure to Microsoft Azure, as well as develop a target architecture for SAP S/4HANA.