IBM, Aras, Red Hat, CommScope, Avaya Holdings, Vidyo, Cubic, Infor, among others, have announced their IT deals or technology deployments for the business clients.
Harley-Davidson Motor Company has tapped IBM to use cloud, IoT and AI technologies to improve experience of riding.
Harley-Davidson will use IBM’s advanced technology solutions to ensure cellular connection for LiveWire, the American motorcycle manufacturer’s first electric motorcycle, in order to bolster user experience.
Aras, a provider of open product lifecycle management (PLM) software for the enterprise, announced its tech deal with Renault, a French automobile manufacturer, to deploy the Aras PLM Platform to manage vehicle software configurations that will be distributed over the air.
Red Hat announced that global companies, including Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Direccion Nacional de Migraciones de la Republica Argentina, Government of Canada, Lufthansa Technik, and Weathernews, are deploying integration services across hybrid and multi-cloud environments using architectures based on Red Hat technologies.
Banner Health, a Phoenix, Arizona based healthcare provider with hospitals and clinics in six states, has selected the CommScope Era C-RAN antenna system to deliver strong, consistent mobile coverage in its facilities.
Avaya Holdings announced that CHRISTUS Health has implemented Avaya IX Contact Center solutions to help digitally transform their business and provide enhanced patient experiences.
Video solutions company Vidyo announced its tech deal with Healthy Engage, an oncology focused mobile collaboration platform, has selected vidyo.io to embed real-time video communications into its mobile app.
Hyundai Card ∙Commercial, financial services subsidiaries of Hyundai and Kia Motors, inked its tech deal with IBM to advance the use of cloud-based AI and blockchain technology with the aim of improving the customer experience and expanding their financial services business globally.
Cubic Corporation announced that its Cubic Mission Solutions business won a contract from the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to provide a Full Motion Video (FMV) system for the U.S. Navy’s MH-60S Multi-Mission Helicopter Program.
Infor and partner Accenture have delivered a new ERP solution to Valmet, a developer and supplier of technologies, automation and services for the pulp, paper, and energy industries.
IBM announced collaborations with Garmin Health, Guardhat, Mitsufuji and SmartCone to monitor worker safety in hazardous environments, including those working in construction, mining and factories, using IoT technologies.