Mellanox Technologies, Skip, Glympse, Capillary Technologies, Intel, Klook, nCino, HRS, Accenture, Rambus, Comdata, among others, have announced their tech deals or technology deployments.
Mellanox Technologies announced that its RDMA over Ethernet (RoCE) 25Gbps ConnectX network adapters have been deployed in Alibaba Infrastructure Services’ production network. Alibaba uses RDMA to accelerate the performance of a wide range of applications, including its key online services.
Skip announced that Domino Food and Fuel Inc., a subsidiary of Clinton, Okla.-based Elmer Smith Oil Co., selected Skip’s Frictionless Checkout product for its 17 Domino C-Store locations.
AAA, a motoring and leisure travel organization, has selected Glympse, a real-time location technology provider, to provide its members with improved level of visibility when they request roadside assistance.
You Look Great (YLG), a chain of salons in India, selected Capillary Technologies as its technology partner. YLG has achieved 7.2 percent growth in its revenue by leveraging Capillary’s AI Powered Campaign Personalisation Engine in the pilot phase of the partnership.
Intel collaborated with two departments of transportation to improve bridge inspections, supplementing manual inspections of the Daniel Carter Beard Bridge connecting Ohio and Kentucky and the Stone Arch Bridge in Minnesota.
Klook, a travel booking platform, announced its tech deal with Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, to assist Shangri-La to provide differentiated experiences and benefits to guests and members.
nCino, a cloud banking solution company, announced that Esquire Bank has gone live on the nCino Bank Operating System. The financial institution adopted nCino’s digital banking platform to automate and optimize its commercial banking processes in order to enhance the experience of customers and employees.
HRS, the hotel solutions provider, announced agreement with online retailer Amazon to enhance Amazon’s global hotel program.
Accenture has won a five-year technology and services contract from Siemens AG to run and maintain several of its digital managed services for data analytics and business intelligence.
FIS, a financial technology company, announced its tech deal with BNP Paribas to deploy FIS’ Cleared Derivatives Margin Advisor.
Rambus, a digital security company, announced its tech deal with Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) to deploy the Rambus Token Service Provider (TSP) as part of its mobile payment strategy to enable secure transactions to its customers.
Comdata announced its tech deal with Bill.com, a business payments company, to serve as the company’s virtual credit card provider.