News Roundup

A quick roundup of the news in Telecoms | Week #25

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Everton FC Partners with HPE Aruba for Advanced Stadium Networking

Everton Football Club has partnered with HPE’s Aruba Networking unit to enhance the networking infrastructure of its new 52,888-capacity stadium. The installation includes switches, access points, and management software, aiming to develop a connected stadium strategy and improve fan experiences with state-of-the-art digital technologies. This collaboration ensures best-in-class Wi-Fi, benefiting fans and partners with seamless connectivity and advanced digital services. The new infrastructure will be ready for the 2025/26 season, enhancing matchday interactions and venue services.

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Exertis Cybersecurity Expands OpenText Partnership for Enhanced Enterprise Cybersecurity Solutions

Exertis Cybersecurity has broadened its collaboration with OpenText Cybersecurity, introducing advanced solutions to fortify security across the UK and Europe. The expanded offerings include NetIQ for identity-centric access management, Voltage to protect sensitive data, Fortify for software security assurance, ArcSight SIEM for real-time threat detection, and ArcSight Intelligence for advanced insider threat detection using machine learning. Dominic Ryles, Director of Sales & Commercial at Exertis Cybersecurity, expressed excitement about delivering cutting-edge cybersecurity tools to channel partners, emphasizing OpenText Cybersecurity’s leadership in enterprise cybersecurity solutions.

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NEC and Ursa Space Join Forces for Advanced Satellite Image Analysis

NEC Corporation and Ursa Space Systems Inc. are partnering to enhance satellite image data analysis services. This collaboration integrates NEC’s SAR satellite monitoring service with Ursa Space’s global satellite image analysis platform, initially targeting Japanese enterprises. The partnership aims to address diverse applications such as disaster prevention, infrastructure management, and environmental monitoring. By leveraging Ursa Space’s extensive satellite network and NEC’s specialized monitoring capabilities, the companies seek to offer comprehensive solutions worldwide, contributing to societal challenges through innovative satellite technology integration.

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Ericsson and Tomra Collaborate on Circular Waste Management Solution

Ericsson and Tomra have partnered to enhance waste management through a solution that ensures full traceability of materials. Tomra’s reverse vending machines collect and process used beverage containers, while Ericsson’s Connected Recycling platform provides end-to-end traceability and trading of these materials. This collaboration aims to monetize waste as resources, driving circularity and reducing environmental impact. By combining their technologies, they demonstrate how waste can be transformed into valuable resources, showcased at HPE’s Discover event in Las Vegas. The initiative highlights the practical application of technology in promoting sustainable practices.

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