SuperCom | January 10, 2022
SuperCom , a global provider of secured solutions for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity sectors, announced today that it has secured a new electronic monitoring contract in Wyoming. The contracting agency is an Adult and Juvenile Probation Agency and plans to use SuperCom's PureTrack GPS smartphone products to monitor their case load for location compliance. The contract is structured as a recurring per unit per day lease model, with billing at the end of each month.
"We are pleased to start 2022 with another government contract win and expansion into another US state. This is our first customer in Wyoming and adds to a diverse mix of government agencies around the world in our customer base. PureTrack continues to prove its flexibility in serving adult, juvenile, direct government and channel sales markets across the US and Europe."
Ordan Trabelsi, President and CEO of SuperCom
"With each new customer, we demonstrate further that our proprietary hardware, software and services continue to fill unmet needs in the criminal justice market. The design of our solutions allows us to not only grow our share within the market but also expand the market by introducing unique features that improve public safety, officer convenience, and recidivism rates," Ordan concluded.
SuperCom's PureSecurity Suite is a best-of-breed electronic monitoring and tracking platform, which contains a comprehensive set of innovative features, including smart phone integration, secure communication, advanced security, anti-tamper mechanisms, fingerprint biometrics, voice communication, unique touch screens and extended battery life.
Since 1988, SuperCom has been a global provider of traditional and digital identity solutions, providing advanced safety, identification and security solutions to governments and organizations, both private and public, throughout the world. Through its proprietary e-Government platforms and innovative solutions for traditional and biometrics enrollment, personalization, issuance and border control services, SuperCom has inspired governments and national agencies to design and issue secure Multi-ID documents and robust digital identity solutions to its citizens and visitors. SuperCom offers a unique all-in-one field-proven RFID & mobile technology and product suite, accompanied by advanced complementary services for various industries including healthcare and homecare, security and safety, community public safety, law enforcement, electronic monitoring, livestock monitoring, and building and access automation.
TSMC | May 20, 2020
Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday urged the Trump administration to answer “serious questions” about Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd’s plans to build a U.S.-based $12 billion plant, flagging national security concerns and potentially undisclosed subsidies. TSMC, the world’s biggest contract chipmaker and supplier to U.S. tech giants such as Apple Inc, announced the project last week, in a move trumpeted by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross as signaling a “renaissance in American manufacturing” fueled by President Donald Trump. In a letter addressed Tuesday to Ross and Defense Secretary Mark Esper, top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer and two colleagues said they “strongly support” efforts by the administration to “on-shore” semiconductor plants in the United States.
Gimmal LLC | September 23, 2020
Gimmal LLC, a Houston-based provider of information governance and compliance software, has now made it much easier for government customers to grant a FedRAMP ATO for a cloud deployment of Gimmal Records Management. By being deployed on Project Hosts' Federal Private Cloud (FPC) FedRAMP-authorized Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Gimmal Records Management inherits 86% of the controls required for FedRAMP compliance. Gimmal has just completed the Project Hosts' FedRAMP validation process, where Gimmal and Project Hosts ensure that all required application-level controls have been implemented. Gimmal's offerings include providing a System Security Plan (SSP) that describes how all application-level controls are implemented and any evidence of implementation that is requested.