SAIC, Vital Data Technology, Hughes Network, Torc Robotics, HiddenLevers, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Science Applications International (SAIC) has won a $60 million systems integration contract from the Department of Commerce supporting the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Verimatrix announced that its customer, Swift Media, has evolved its existing Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) to a more efficient cloud infrastructure that better supports new business models and 4K/UHD video services.
Vital Data Technology
Vital Data Technology, a healthcare technology company, announced a tech deal with MercyCare Health Plans for their cloud-based, SaaS solution, Affinitē Quality. The health plan will leverage Affinite’s analytics and algorithms embedded with National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) measures.
Hughes Network Systems
Hughes Network Systems announced that Algerie Telecom Satellite (ATS) has selected the Hughes JUPITER System to enable satellite broadband service to home users and small-to-medium enterprise (SME) customers in Algeria.
Daimler Trucks has tapped Torc Robotics for developing and testing automated trucks with SAE Level 4 intent technology on public roads. The initial routes are on highways in southwest Virginia, where Torc Robotics is headquartered.
Axxcess Wealth Management, a turnkey asset management program, has selected HiddenLevers, a wealth management tech provider, to power its Axxcess Allocator platform, its portfolio management solution for financial advisors.
Stats Perform, a provider of AI and data solutions, announced a 5-year deal with the Argentine Football Association (AFA) for the rights to betting video and data across competitions. Stats Perform will collect and distribute official fast data, deep data and Watch&Bet video streams for over 600 matches per season to licensed global sportsbook operators.
IGT Global Solutions
International Game Technology subsidiary IGT Global Solutions signed a 7-year contract with the Mississippi Lottery Corporation to provide it with a draw-based central system, lottery terminals, and additional services.
International Airlines Group (IAG) has selected Sabre Corporation’s Sabre AirVision Profit Manager technology, and migrates to Amazon Web Services (AWS) across all of its Sabre AirVision Planning and Scheduling solutions.
Veeam Software announced that British Columbia’s Forest Practices Board, a watchdog for sound forest and range practices, has selected Veeam Availability Suite to replace its current legacy backup system. Forest Practices Board opted to upgrade its outdated system and implement Veeam with NetApp ONTAP along with tape-based backups in Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier to transform its business continuity and disaster recovery strategy.
Interpreta, an analytics company, has won a tech deal from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) 2020, and Integrated Healthcare Association’s (IHA) Align.