Tech deals: Lenovo, Oracle, Mellanox, OpenText

Lenovo, Oracle, Mellanox, OpenText, Aviat Networks, Infor, among others, have announced their technology deals or tech deployments.
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Jeju Air, South Korea’s biggest budget carrier, has purchased 40 Boeing 737-8 Max planes worth $4.4 billion.

Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman Corp has won a $490 million U.S. defense contract for the sale to Japan of Global Hawk unmanned surveillance aircraft.

General Dynamics

General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) has won a $96 million contract to deliver commercial cloud services for the U.S. Navy to accelerate cloud adoption.


OpenText has bagged a tech deal from Sun Chemical to deploy OpenText Business Center for SAP Solutions to transform their customer experience and service.

Aviat Networks

Aviat Networks has won a contract from Motorola Solutions to deploy wireless backhaul for the State of Florida’s state-wide mission critical P25 network.


Infor has deployed Infor SunSystems FMS at Novum Energy Trading to support Novum Energy’s trading activities of refined oil products including gasoline, distillates and other fuel oils.

CACI International

CACI International has bagged a $413 million contract from General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) to provide support for ground-based intelligence and communications systems.

Mellanox Technologies

Mellanox Technologies and Cumulus Networks announced their deal with LINE to deploy Mellanox Open Ethernet Switches running Cumulus Linux open network operating system to power the network behind its messaging applications.

LINE is deploying Mellanox 100GbE Open Ethernet SN2000 Spectrum top-of-rack (leaf) and aggregation (spine) switch platforms with the Cumulus Linux network operating system, and Mellanox 10/100GbE cables and transceivers to connect LINE’s tens of thousands of servers for Web 2.0 messaging and business applications.


Oracle said Hotel Julian, a property from Oxford Capital Group, is using Oracle Hospitality solutions. Hotel Julian uses Oracle Hospitality OPERA property management software to create better experience for guests.


Lenovo said Lenovo workstations are powering Dutch design firm DUS and its architectural fabrication sister company Aectual. Lenovo workstations are powering the technologies Aectual and DUS require to bring tailor-made architecture.

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