Infosys, WidePoint, SSL, ScoutChain, BAE Systems, IBS Software, among others, have announced tech deals or tech deployments.
Infosys has entered into a 3-year agreement with Cornell University to reshape the workforce driving digital transformation by advancing employee education and research. Infosys – alongside expert faculty at Cornell – will educate its global workforce on technologies such as Blockchain, machine learning and human computer interaction.
WidePoint, a provider of trusted mobility management (TM2) in telecommunications lifecycle management, identity management and bill presentment & analytics solutions, has won a $1.67 million contract from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to deliver wireless mobile communications management services.
SSL, a Maxar Technologies, company, announced its tech deal with NASA for two separate public-private partnerships to develop two Tipping Point spacecraft technologies.
ScoutChain, a developer of blockchain-based recruitment platform, announced its tech deal with Ambe International, an overseas recruitment agency based in India.
US Department of Defense (DoD) has selected BAE Systems to compete for future research and development (R&D) task orders awarded under a nine-year contract.
IBS Software announced its tech deal with China’s Anton Oilfield Services to streamline the movement of people and material in the oilfield in Majnoon, Iraq. Anton will use iLogistics, IBS’ cloud-based oil & gas logistics management solution.
Kamakura announced its tech deal with Taipei-based E.Sun Commercial Bank to implement Kamakura’s solutions.