QAD, AWS, Cohesity, Everbridge, A10 Networks, Envistacom, among others, announced their latest IT deals or tech deployments.
QAD Precision, a supplier of trade management and transportation software, announced its tech deal with Rimmer Bros, a provider of car parts in Britain, for the deployment of QAD Precision’s Transportation Execution and Transportation Analytics solutions to support its retail operations.
Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced a multi-year deal with Novartis to reimagine the pharmaceutical company’s core pharmaceutical manufacturing, supply chain, and delivery operations using AWS’s cloud services.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that FINRA CAT, a subsidiary of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, has selected AWS as its cloud provider for the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT).
Cohesity announced the deployment of data backup solution for University of Lausanne in Switzerland. The solution is significantly faster and more automated and scalable than systems previously used. A complete backup of the Microsoft Exchange database now only takes eight hours instead of 29 and the incremental backup can be completed in under two hours instead of the previous 7.5 hours.
Amazon Web Services announced that BP, an energy business, is closing its European mega data centers and migrating all data and 900 key applications currently hosted there to AWS. The two European mega data centers, the largest that BP operates globally, host data from across all BP’s businesses.
Everbridge, a global supplier of critical event management solutions, announced its deal with Goldman Sachs for the deployment of the services to enhance its ability to monitor operational risk, business continuity and employee safety events for its people and assets.
A10 Networks announced that Richweb, a managed service provider, has deployed bare metal carrier-grade network address translation (CGNAT) solution. It chose A10 Thunder Carrier-grade Networking (CGN) Bare Metal to extend its customers’ IPv4 address pools and ensure that critical network services are always available.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced its multi-year deal with Fox Corporation use AWS’s services to enable a new cloud-based media production and delivery platform. The integrated platform for broadcast and digital video services will distribute FOX’s sports, news, and entertainment television content to multi-channel video programming distributors, to more than 200 affiliate stations, and to over-the-top (OTT) providers.
Envistacom announced a $47.8 million, three-year deal to support the Deployable Ku Band Earth Terminal (DKET) program managed by the U.S. Army’s Product Manager Satellite Communications (PdM SATCOM).
Aligned Energy, a data center provider, announces that Datto, a provider of IT solutions through managed service providers (MSPs), has selected Aligned’s Salt Lake Metro data center for its expansion.
ADVA announced that Citynet has deployed the ADVA ALM fiber monitoring solution in its backbone network. The technology is enhancing performance and reducing operating costs in the municipal utility and telecommunications provider’s infrastructure.
Infor, a supplier of cloud software, announced that Italian tile manufacturer IRIS Ceramica Group has selected an Infor enterprise software suite based around Infor M3 as part of a digital transformation designed to boost productivity, performance and service to customers.
Blackbirda, supplier of cloud video platform, has signed a multi-year deal with Bloomberg Media for fast turnaround news editing and social publishing. The annual revenues from this deal will be significant for Blackbird.
GEP, a provider of procurement and supply chain solutions, announced that Serco Group has selected GEP as a strategic partner. GEP will provide procurement managed services and SMART by GEP procurement software.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE, Europe’s leading satellite and cable broadcaster, operating television channels, digital VoD platforms and e-commerce brands, has selected AWS as its primary cloud provider.