Companies such as NextFlex, Tap & Go, Synacor, Iteris, RateGain Technologies, DigiCert,
Infortrend Technology, among others, have announced their latest technology deals or tech deployments.
Boeing has awarded $250,000 toward a new workforce development initiative in partnership with the Alabama Community College System and NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Innovation Institute. The fund will fuel the local adoption of NextFlex’s flagship workforce development program FlexFactor, aimed at preparing the next generation of the advanced manufacturing workforce.
Tap & Go
Western Union and HKT Payment signed an agreement to enable Tap & Go customers to use their Tap & Go mobile wallet to send money via Western Union mobile app and Westernunion.com.
Synacor announced its advanced Cloud ID identity management and authentication platform has been selected by ETI Software Solutions as its reference platform to support streaming media deployments for all its telecom, cable and broadband operators.
Iteris announced that OC 405 Partners will use Iteris iPeMS SaaS performance measurement system as part of the I-405 Improvement Project in southern California, supporting its traffic management operations during construction.
RateGain Technologies has won a tech deal from Bangkok Airways for their real-time airfare price intelligence product, AirGain.
DigiCert has bagged a tech contract from USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) to operate registration and certificate authority services for the USB Type-C Authentication specification.
Infortrend Technology announced that Daikin Industries, an air conditioning manufacturer with headquarters in Osaka, Japan, to adopt Infortrend EonStor DS storage to implement the mission-critical business applications such as ERP, database, VDI, virtualization, and backup in their Vietnamese operation.