BAE Systems, Software AG, Jacobs, Brain Corp, Aerkomm, Infor, Hughes Network, iomart, Accenture, among others, have announced their latest technology deals or tech deployments for their business customers.
BAE Systems has won two contracts worth $150 million to support the integration of communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.
Software AG announced its tech deal with the Nordex Group, a manufacturer of onshore wind turbines, to supply its Cumulocity IoT platform.
Jacobs Engineering Group has bagged a three-year outline agreement from Woodside Energy to provide brownfields engineering and procurement services for the Karratha Gas Plant (KGP) in Western Australia.
Brain Corp announced its tech deal with retail chain Walmart to provide AI services. The BrainOS platform currently automates more than a hundred of Walmart’s commercial floor scrubbers in the US. Walmart will deploy 360 BrainOS-powered machines in stores by the end of January 31, 2019.
Aerkomm subsidiary Aircom Pacific announced its tech deal with Airbus to install Aircom’s AERKOMMK++ In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity system.
Infor, a cloud software provider for enterprise and SMB companies, announced its tech deal with international hospitality group, PPHE Hotel Group.
Hughes Network Systems has won a contract by the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) to deliver HughesON Managed Network Services including High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) connectivity for state agencies.
iomart, a Managed Cloud Service Provider, has partnered with Cohesity to offer secondary data storage and application services including backup and recovery, data replication and target storage, to its customers.
IT services company Accenture said it helped telecom operator Telefonica to transform its customer experience for customers in Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Spain and the U.K.