Quobyte, CACI International, NovoPath, Telit, Pratt & Whitney, Orange Business, TomTom, UTC Aerospace, AMD, Nitro Software, among others, have announced their technology deals or tech deployments.
Quobyte, a developer of modern storage system software, announced its tech deal with Actapio, a U.S. subsidiary of Yahoo Japan, to provide the storage platform for its data centers.
CACI International has won a $194 million three-year technology order to provide enterprise information technology infrastructure, integration, and support to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
NovoPath announced a new technology deal with MediPath to supply NovoPath Anatomic Pathology Software Platform as its LIS for anatomic pathology.
Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney Canada, a subsidiary of United Technologies, has won a deal from China Eastern Airlines to supply the APS3200 auxiliary power unit (APU) for the airline’s 70 new Airbus A320neo family aircraft.
Pratt & Whitney Canada also announced that Loong Air has selected the APS3200 auxiliary power unit (APU) for the airline’s order of 29 firm and 5 option Airbus A320 aircraft.
Telit, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology company, announced that Comsel System has deployed Telit’s ME910C1-E1 narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) module for smart metering applications on CK Hutchison’s 3 network in Sweden.
Amcor, a global packaging company, has deployed hybrid cloud services from Orange Business Services to connect its infrastructure, both simplifying operations and benefiting from a single pay-as-you-go solution.
TomTom announced that it is supplying TomTom navigation for motorcyclists running on the BMW Motorrad Connected app.
UTC Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies, announced its 10-year deal with China Southern Airlines to simplify the airline’s supply chain operations.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has tapped AMD to launch memory-optimized (R5) instance types with AMD EPYC processors that are 10 percent less expensive than the current M5, T3, and R5 instances.
Nitro Software announced partnership with Dropbox to provide PDF productivity and eSigning capabilities through Dropbox Extensions.
Avaya Holdings announced that Palace Resorts has implemented Avaya Contact Center technology solutions to create customer service.
Dexus, one of Australia’s property groups, has used iGrafx to maintain alignment, maximize efficiency and ensure continuous improvement.
Ingenico Group has won a deal from Briad Restaurant Group to exclusively power its Pay-at-the-Table restaurant solution. Ingenico Group’s payment technology, coupled with SecureTablePay, provides a Pay-at-the-Table solution that will empower Briad’s restaurants to improve the dining experience for its customers.
OpenText announced a new partnership with Google Cloud to bring key OpenText EIM solutions to Google Cloud Platform.
Unisys announced a $242.4 million tech deal with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) to provide consumption-based server, storage and data center services to Virginia government executive branch agencies.