Tech deals: BlackBerry, Oracle NetSuite, Juniper, Inspiry, Fujitsu

BlackBerry, Oracle NetSuite, Juniper Networks, Inspiry, BP Logix, Fujitsu, among others, announced their latest technology deals or tech deployments with their business customers.
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BlackBerry

BlackBerry will expand its technology partnerships with Android and PLDT Enterprise to provide a secure enterprise cloud solution that maintains data privacy to MiCab, an online taxi-hailing platform. The partners are enabling MiCab to manage and connect drivers with passengers via tablet devices. In addition, BlackBerry is providing cyber-security consulting services to MiCab.

Oracle NetSuite

Oracle NetSuite announced its tech deal with communications agency C2 Native to operate more efficiently and improve the service to its customers.

Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks announced that Epsilon, a communications service provider, has deployed Juniper’s Metro Fabric solutions to support its global network upgrades to power future IoT applications and robust enterprise services.

Inspiry

Inspiry International, a provider of mobile payment equipment and system, has rolled out its deployment of the Inspiry Smart Box at several Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger stores in North America. The Smart Box is expected to enhance the mobile payment shopping experience for Chinese tourists and help high-end international clothing brands expand into the Chinese market.

BP Logix

BP Logix, a provider of BPM solutions for digital application development, announced that customer Contract Leasing Corporation (CLC), a provider of semi-trailer equipment and services, has deployed BP Logix’s digital application platform, Process Director, to fulfill a large custom deal with a manufacturer of packaging in the US.

Fujitsu

Fujitsu is providing its Fujitsu Software LiveTalk for use in Kikkoman’s restaurant in Tokyo. LiveTalk translates to a customer’s preferred language in real-time and displays it as text on multiple mobile devices.

GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare announced its deal with Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to build a Command Center at the Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI), UK. The Command Center will be utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) to provide a real-time overview across the 800-bed hospital.

NTT

McLaren Formula 1 (F1) Team and its technology partner NTT Communications plans to launch a new software-defined-everything (SDx) technology on a temporary basis for deployment during the F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2018.

McLaren utilizes cloud services such as NTT Com’s Enterprise Cloud and Microsoft’s Microsoft Azure and Office 365 to analyze in-racing data of up to 100GB. McLaren is adopting NTT Com’s broadband networks utilizing SDx technology at all 21 F1 events.

Orange Business Services

Orange Business Services announced its tech deal with Octo Telematics, a provider of telematics and data analytics for the auto insurance industry, to manage, monitor and diagnose a large fleet of IoT devices autonomously.

OpenText

OpenText announced its tech deal with Prime Healthcare, a leading hospital systems, to add OpenText RightFax Connect to their existing OpenText RightFax implementation, providing on-cloud and off-cloud hybrid fax solution.

DoubleVerify

DoubleVerify, a provider of marketing measurement software and analytics, announced its deal with Twitter to authenticate the quality of video ads on the Twitter platform for world’s largest brands.

Motorola Solutions

Motorola Solutions announced its $18.98 million tech deal with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to supply Digital Evidence Management System.

Microsoft

Redline Communications and Microsoft announced a new partnership that will address the rural broadband gap using TV White Space technology.

General Dynamics

General Dynamics was won a $465 million tech contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command in Orlando, Florida for the U.S. Army Life Cycle Product Line Management (LCPM) Program.

NCI

NCI Information Systems (NCI), a provider of IT solutions and services to US government agencies, announced $22 million contract by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS) to modernize Home Station Mission Command Centers (HSMCCs) at nine sites across the U.S. and internationally.

NVIDIA

DataDirect Networks (DDN) has selected NVIDIA to transform data centers with storage and compute solutions that are integrated and optimized for AI and deep learning (DL) workloads.

Heuresis

Heuresis Corporation, a handheld x-ray imaging and analytical devices maker, has won two contracts for deployment of the HBI-120 Handheld Backscatter Imager to multiple international locations.

The World Customs Organization selected the HBI-120 for its customs security initiative in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.

The U.S. Department of State selected Heuresis to supply non-intrusive detection systems used to detect weapons, organics and other anomalies in vehicles at border and security checkpoints in Egypt.

Serco

Serco has won a $22 million contract to deliver lifecycle training support services to the U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command (JMC) and the Defense Ammunition Center (DAC).

Aviat Networks

Aviat Networks announced new project wins with the US Navy to improve communications at Naval training bases.

Sabre

Sabre announced its tech deal with Kurban Travel, a travel agency in Lebanon, to create personalised experience for travellers. Kurban Travel agents will be able to access Sabre’s distribution system (GDS) to shop, book and manage travel content from 400 airlines, 900,000 hotel options and 40 car rental brands.

Enghouse Systems

Enghouse Systems announced that its Enghouse Networks NetBoss Service Assurance solution has been launched in Companhia de Electricidade de Macau’s (CEM) new network operations center (NOC).

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