Tech deals: AWS, Intel, Lockheed Martin

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Intel, Lockheed Martin, Sievo, Aras, Smiths Detection, among others, announced their latest technology deals.
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Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced its deal with HubSpot as the public cloud provider. HubSpot’s core products, including HubSpot CRM, Marketing Hub, Sales Hub, and Service Hub, run on AWS, and HubSpot will expand its use of AWS to build new applications in the cloud.


Baidu Cloud is using Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Math Kernel Library-Deep Neural Network as part of a new financial services solution for leading China banks.

Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin announced $500 million plus 7-year deal with the US Navy to build and deliver more than 200+ electronic Consolidated Automated Support Systems (eCASS) to maximize aircraft readiness. Earlier, Lockheed Martin won a Navy CASS contract for $287 million in 2000.


LATAM Airlines Group has selected Sievo, a procurement analytics company, to gain visibility and control over its spend. Sievo’s spend management platform will equip the airline to effectively extract, classify and act on its procurement data – resulting in more procurement savings, efficiency and value.


Aras, a provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software for enterprises, announced its deal with Drager, a medical and safety technology company, to supply Aras PLM Platform as its PLM system to enable visibility of product data. The new PLM system will connect more than 2,500 users.

Smiths Detection

Smiths Detection (SDI) announced a more than $10 million order to supply its RadSeeker handheld radioisotope detectors and identifiers for screening at Customs and Border Protection (CBP) ports of entry. The order is part of a five year tech contract with DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) announced in January of 2016.

Liteye Systems

Liteye Systems has received an $18 million follow on contract for delivery of containerized anti-unmanned aircraft systems or C-AUDS from the US Air Force. This is the 5th contract for C-UAS systems and services Liteye has received since the fall of 2016.