Lockheed Martin, Revionics, Oracle, DXC Technology, Intel, Silver Peak, Speedpay, Iteris, among others, announced their latest technology deals.
Lockheed Martin has bagged a contract worth up to $2.9 billion from US Air Force for three missile warning satellites, the Air Force said on Tuesday.
Douglas, a beauty retailer in Europe, has selected Revionics Price Optimization and Promotion Optimization. The international pricing tool is leveraging artificial intelligence-based science to provide prices and promotions that ensure enhanced customer engagement. Companies such as Sally Beauty, Swanson, and eBags are already using the technology.
Oracle announced Virtual Artifacts has launched its mobile application network, Hibe, with Oracle Cloud. Virtual Artifacts, a tech start-up, is using Oracle Cloud, including Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle Cloud Platform, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
DXC Technology announced a $400 million IT services deal with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) to manage the technology and business processes associated with its Medicaid program.
XC will provide fiscal-agent services for the state’s Medicaid program, which serves about 1.2 million members annually. DXC will manage the current systems and operations and will enhance the state’s Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS).
Philips has used Intel Xeon Scalable processors and the OpenVINO toolkit to test healthcare use cases for deep learning inference models: one on X-rays of bones for bone-age-prediction modeling, the other on CT scans of lungs for lung segmentation.
In these tests, Intel and Philips achieved a speed improvement of 188 times for the bone-age-prediction model, and a 38 times speed improvement for the lung-segmentation model over the baseline measurements.
J-U-B Engineers, Republic Bank, Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) and Tennessee Oncology are some of the customers of Silver Peak Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN solution.
Rapid Auto Loans, a Florida-based consumer finance company, has selected Speedpay, a Western Union subsidiary, as the electronic billing presentment and payments provider.
Iteris announced its $1.4 million contract from the City of Culver City to provide a bus signal priority (BSP) system for eight Culver CityBus (CCB) lines.