3DX | December 16, 2021
3DX Industries Inc. , a state of the art additive manufacturer specializing in 3D Metal Printing, announced it has launched a business development office focused on applying for government contract work targeted towards the US Armed Forces.
This division of 3DX Industries, Inc. will focus on bidding on government contract work for the United States Navy, United States Army, United States Air Force, United States Marine Corps and other local, State and Federal government divisions.
3DX Industries, Inc. has worked as a sub contractor on various projects for government agencies in the past including aircraft carrier parts for the US Navy. Beginning in early 2022, this division of 3DX will be led by Mr. Harold Blackwell and focus on the various government contract opportunities available in the United States to manufacturers with the additive and subtractive capabilities of 3DX Industries.
“We have experience in making parts for the military and know we can provide exceptional value to the armed forces via our manufacturing capabilities. Moving into 2022, we want to have a clear focus on securing these projects and believe Harold’s experience in the space will be a perfect fit with our business objectives.”
Mr. Roger Janssen, President & CEO at 3DX Industries, Inc.
The United States Government recently passed bipartisan legislation, The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will invest over $1 trillion USD into roads, bridges, utilities, transportation and water systems, among other investments.
“The timing could not be better,” Mr. Harold Blackwell said. “We plan to make the most of the opportunities to position 3DX into the government contracting ecosystem.”
Mr. Harold Blackwell, who has led the Mergers & Acquisitions for 3DX in 2021, will pivot to the new position starting January 1st, 2022.
About the Company: 3DX Industries, Inc. is focused on the additive metal manufacturing segment within the manufacturing industry. 3DX has the capability of manufacturing a wide variety of products using its 3D metal printing system, 3D plastic printing as well as more traditional methods of precision manufacturing. 3DX offers additive and traditional manufacturing services as well as product design, engineering and assembly services to its customers.
NexTech AR Solutions | October 01, 2020
NexTech AR Solutions, an emerging leader in augmented reality for eCommerce, AR learning applications, and AR-enhanced video conferencing and virtual events is pleased to announce it’s InfernoAR video conference platform is now entering the USA and international government contract sales channels of NCAGE, GSA, with the aim of landing large government agency contracts both in the USA and internationally. Nextech’s recently acquired wholly owned subsidiary Jolokia Corporation, now InfernoAR, has a registered NCAGE Code for doing business with international governments, NATO Commercial and Government agencies globally. It also has been GSA approved which opens the door to Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) and Federal Supply Schedules which are long-term governmentwide contracts.
Nokia | January 15, 2021
Nokia today declared it has been selected as an innovation supplier and collaborator by the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) 5G Cybersecurity Project. Nokia will work with NCCoE and other key sellers, including individuals from government and industry to guarantee the progress from 4G to 5G organizations is secure.
Nokia was selected by NCCoE to take an interest in the venture because of its worldwide accomplishment in 5G organizations – including equipment and programming, and portable organization security and 5G RAN skill – to help refine a reference plan and construct use cases on guidelines based arrangements.
The 5G Cybersecurity Project will distinguish various 5G use cases and exhibit how the parts of the 5G engineering can give security capacities to relieve recognized dangers and meet industry areas' consistence necessities. The extent of this undertaking is to use the 5G normalized security highlights which are characterized in 3GPP principles to give upgraded cybersecurity abilities incorporated into network gear and end client gadgets.
Kevin Stine, Chief of the Applied Cybersecurity Division at NIST, said: “5G will touch every aspect of our lives and security must be integrated up front rather than an add-on element of 5G networks. We’re looking forward to working with our project collaborators such as Nokia to show 5G’s advanced standards based security features as well an architecture that leverages foundational security capabilities available in cloud technologies.”
Raghav Sahgal, President, Cloud and Network Services at Nokia, said: “Previous cellular technology generations have been industry-led whereas 5G development must evolve in collaboration with governments to ensure availability and access of secure trusted networks. The 5G Cybersecurity Project fills this role with a cross-section of government and industry collaborators on board. At Nokia, we embed security into every solution that we ship, and we are committed to enabling the secure shift to the cloud by working with government agencies and the industry to advance cybersecurity for 5G use cases that leverage both open and commercial components.”
Nokia solutions that will be deployed for this project include industry-leading software, 5G RAN and core solutions, and IP-Backhaul, as well as innovations from Nokia Bell Labs.
We create the critical networks and technologies to bring together the world’s intelligence, across businesses, cities, supply chains and societies. With our commitment to innovation and technology leadership, driven by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs, we deliver networks at the limits of science across mobile, infrastructure, cloud, and enabling technologies.
About NIST NCCoE
The NCCoE, a part of NIST, is a collaborative hub where industry organizations, government agencies, and academic institutions work together to address businesses’ most pressing cybersecurity issues. This public-private partnership enables creation of practical cybersecurity solutions for specific industries, as well as for broad, cross-sector technology challenges. Through consortia under CRADAs, including technology partners—from Fortune 50 market leaders to smaller companies specializing in information technology and operational technology security—the NCCoE applies standards and recommended practices to develop modular, easily adaptable example cybersecurity solutions by using commercially available technology. The NCCoE documents these example solutions in the NIST Special Publication 1800 series, which maps capabilities to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and details the steps needed for another entity to re-create the example solution.