Seabury Solutions, Accenture, Kentik, Klas Telecom, Translations.com, MediaKind, Federos, Gemalto, Google, SAS, IDT, Signature Performance, among others, have announced their latest tech deals or tech deployments for their latest enterprise clients.
US-based telecom operator Verizon announced its deal with SAP to build global network. Verizon will consolidate and streamline SAP’s global network infrastructure for cost-effective network management.
New York-based Seabury Solutions announced that the Department of Civil Aviation Mauritius has implemented the company’s eAuthority integrated system.
Network analytics company Kentik announced that Tata Communications is using Kentik’s SaaS-based network analytics platform to further optimize network efficiency and end-user experience.
Klas Telecom will supply TRX Connected Transportation Platform to engineering company Ikusi for a project to upgrade the passenger information systems onboard Renfe train fleets. Klas Telecom’s TRX platform will provide an onboard Wi-Fi infrastructure that improves connectivity to and within the train.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology company Translations.com announced its tech deal with Elisa for supplying its Media.Next technology and AI-powered subtitling solutions to support its Nordic TV launch in China.
Accenture and Merck in partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) will launch a cloud-based informatics research platform to help organizations in the life sciences industry improve productivity, efficiency and innovation.
Accenture also announced that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has awarded Accenture Federal Services (AFS) a position on the ONE IT contract with a total estimated value of $2.5 billion.
MediaKind announced its tech deal with entertainment services provider, Tangerine Global, by enhancing their CITRUS managed solution with new cloud-based capabilities.
Federos announced its tech deal with Georgia Public Web (GPW), an Atlanta-based regional carrier, for supplying Federos Assure1 solution as its unified service assurance platform.
Gemalto announced its tech deal for providing Georgia’s Deparent of Driver Services (DDS) with a smoother capture and enrollment process along with a secure polycarbonate driver’s license for enhanced identity protection.
CellTrust Corporation announced Mandeville Private Client has rolled out CellTrust SL2 to enable business communications via text messaging between its advisors and their clients.
Synopsys announced that LG Electronics has selected DesignWare HDMI 2.1 Controller IP with HDCP 2.3 content protection to deliver video and audio in its latest generation of multimedia system-on-chips (SoCs).
TD Bank has selected Bottomline Technologies to offer Paymode-X with Visa Payables Solutions to its U.S. business banking customers.
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Pacific Fund Systems announced that the Credit Union Fund Management Company has selected their PFS-PAXUS fund administration software.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi has selected Google to embed the Android operating system in vehicles sold by the world’s leading automotive alliance.
Vehicles sold by the Alliance members will utilize Android operating system, and will provide navigation with Google Maps.
Greenhouse, an enterprise talent acquisition suite, has selected IBM Watson to make the job search and application process more streamlined.
China’s Wuxi High-Tech Zone selected SAS as its strategic Internet of Things (IoT) analytics partner.
Integrated Device Technology (IDT) announced its wireless power technology is powering Samsung’s new Duo wireless charger pad.
Signature Performance has won a 5-year tech contract that will provide additional opportunities to partner with U.S. government agencies who are in need of healthcare technology solutions.