IT deals: HP, Sequent, AWS, DENSO, yieldHUB

HP, Sequent, Amazon Web Services (AWS), DENSO, yieldHUB, Allen Technologies, o9 Solutions, Tyler Technologies, PAR Technology, Featurespace, Datron World Communications, SCWorx, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Tech deals
AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) has selected AWS as its standard for cloud-based machine learning and artificial intelligence workloads. NASCAR will use AWS technologies to build cloud-based services and automate processes, including a new video series on NASCAR.com.

DENSO

DENSO, a mobility supplier, announced its tech deal with WaterBit, an agricultural company specializing in automated precision irrigation. DENSO Products and Services Americas will provide sensor technology to enhance WaterBit’s smart irrigation system that improves crop yield, conserves water and increases the efficiency of farms.

yieldHUB

yieldHUB announced EnSilica, a fabless ASIC design and supply company headquartered in Wokingham, selected yieldHUB for yield management and outlier detection.

Allen Technologies

Allen Technologies, a patient engagement solutions provider, announced that Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) has selected Allen Technologies to deploy its interactive patient engagement solutions across 90 patient rooms, 30 treatment stations and 19 waiting areas in the acute-care wing of the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital (KEMH).

Sequent

Sequent and TIS in Japan have been selected by a Japanese megabank and a major payment card issuer to provide tokenized mobile payment applications enabled by Sequent Platform.

SCWorx

SCWorx, a provider of data management solutions for the healthcare industry, signed a new five-year deal with a large healthcare company.

o9 Solutions

Asian Paints has transformed its procurement planning by implementing o9 Solutions’ cloud-based, artificial intelligence platform.

Tyler Technologies

Tyler Technologies has signed an agreement with the city of Cleveland, Ohio, for several modules of Tyler’s Odyssey solution. In addition, the city signed an agreement with Tyler for its Brazos e-citation solution for the Cleveland Police Department.

HP

HP and Xerox announced an expansion of the companies’ business relationship. Xerox will source from HP certain A4 and entry-level A3 products with the majority running on Xerox’s ConnectKeycontroller software, and Xerox will supply toner to HP for these and other products. In addition, HP and Xerox have agreed to partner in the Device as a Service (DaaS) market.

PAR Technology

PAR Technology subsidiary Rome Research Corporation has won a $15.9 million subcontract from BAE Systems for the Operation and Maintenance of Multiple Communications Facilities Operating Under Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific Program.

Featurespace

Featurespace announced that Ireland-based Permanent TSB, a provider of retail banking, mortgage, insurance, and other financial services, will deploy the Featurespace ARIC platform to comply with the forthcoming regulatory requirements of PSD2.

Datron World Communications

Datron World Communications, a provider of tactical military communications products, has won two contracts totaling $9 million for the supply of spares for its tactical HF and VHF radios to customers in Africa and Central Asia.