Facebook sued in U.S. federal court for alleged anticompetitive conduct

Facebook | January 17, 2020

Four companies sued Facebook Inc (FB.O) in U.S. federal court on Thursday for alleged anticompetitive conduct, saying the social network inappropriately revoked developer access to its platform in order to harm prospective competitors. The plaintiffs sought class-action status and unspecified damages, according to a filing at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

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OneWeb will Acquire TrustComm and Establish a New Government Subsidiary

OneWeb | May 11, 2021

OneWeb, the worldwide interchanges network fueled by Space, declared today it has gone into an authoritative consent to secure Texas-based TrustComm Inc., which will empower OneWeb to offer its Low Earth Orbit (LEO) organization and availability administrations to U.S. government customers and TrustComm clients. Based at the exceptionally secure Ellington Joint Base in Houston, Texas, TrustComm was set up in 1999 as a supplier of oversaw satellite correspondences and expert administrations to business associations and governments. TrustComm offers administrations going from broadband Internet access, VoIP and voice, video conferencing, and information interchanges for business coherence to crisis reaction, strategic field arrangement, and brief use. "OneWeb's procurement of TrustComm supports our procedure to quickly scale satellite interchanges to the U.S. DoD." "OneWeb's securing of TrustComm supports our procedure to quickly scale satellite correspondence administration to the U.S. Branch of Defense and other government offices as they hope to incorporate high throughput, low dormancy answers for fulfilling new availability needs," said OneWeb's Head of Government Services Dylan Browne. "We are eager to have TrustComm join our group and influence their solid standing giving the distant correspondences our clients need, especially in Alaska and the Arctic." Under the conditions of the arrangement, a recently gained intermediary auxiliary of OneWeb will be driven by TrustComm CEO Bob Roe and spotlight on presenting OneWeb's undertaking grade network administrations to clients. Terms of the exchange are classified, and it is required to shut in 2021, subject to standard shutting conditions including administrative endorsements. "The TrustComm group is excited to join OneWeb at the beginning of this new time of Satcom administrations. TrustComm's legacy and client-centered help groups will empower us to grow the arrangement of administrations we offer and permit us to seek after new freedoms. This is an energizing turn of events and we anticipate taking our administration business higher than ever in the coming year," said Roe. OneWeb will offer DoD and other government customers another set-up of administrations with network accelerates to 195 Mbps, lower inactivity, more modest and more conservative multi-circle client terminals, and inherent organization the board instruments giving generous financial investment funds over customary GEO deals models. The securing follows the fruitful exhibition of OneWeb's turnkey satellite-based correspondences framework to the DoD in March of 2021, with information rates up to 500Mbps at dormancy levels as low as 32ms. The show additionally represented the consistent handover of the network between numerous LEO satellites as they passed overhead. Intended to furnish associations and governments with really worldwide and tough availability benefits, OneWeb's answer will include an organization of 648 Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, worldwide entryways, and air, sea, and land clients terminals. In late 2021, OneWeb will start offering business types of assistance across the Arctic and growing to worldwide inclusion in 2022. About OneWeb OneWeb is a worldwide correspondence network controlled from space, settled in London, empowering availability for governments, organizations, and networks. It is executing a group of stars of Low Earth Orbit satellites with an organization of worldwide entryway stations and a scope of client terminals to give a moderate, quick, high-data transmission and low-inertness correspondences administration, associated with the IoT future and a pathway to 5G for everybody, all over the place.

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

DLT Solutions Partnered With Microsoft to Bring To Market Azure and Modern Workplace Solutions to the U.S. Public Sector

DLT Solutions | November 19, 2020

DLT Solutions, LLC., a completely owned auxiliary of Tech Data and a head government technology solutions aggregator, has collaborated with Microsoft to bring to advertise Azure and Modern Workplace solutions to the U.S. public area. These contributions will be accessible through DLT's Cloud Navigator Program and will remember improved International Traffic for Arms Regulations (ITAR) agreeable help through DLT's Confirmed Stateside Support offering. As a result, DLT is an authorized U.S. public sector distributor of Microsoft Azure and Modern Workplace solutions, including: Azure Commercial Cloud Azure Government Azure Government Secret Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Azure Software as a Service (SaaS) Modern Workplace applications, such as Microsoft 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Microsoft Power Platform "Migrating workloads to the cloud is an important step on the pathway for digital transformation and IT modernization for government organizations," said Chris Wilkinson, president, DLT Solutions, a Tech Data company. "By distributing Microsoft's Azure and Modern Workplace solutions to the U.S. public sector, DLT and our partners will be able to help these organizations accelerate their modernization goals and mission objectives with an expanded set of cloud portfolio solutions." Through Cloud Navigator, DLT's accomplice network evaluates cloud availability, gives government client cloud movement backing and guarantees these associations look after perceivability, increase significant insight, and accomplish computerization and responsibility over their cloud speculations. DLT's Confirmed Stateside Support is reason worked for the U.S. public area, offers programming support for technology merchant solutions and our accomplices, and conveys all day, every day all year U.S. resident, U.S. soil, ITAR-agreeable technical help. This outcomes in complex case goal, less calls into technology seller activity focuses and higher government consumer loyalty rates. "We selected DLT because they're a top-tier technology solutions aggregator in the U.S. public sector with a strong channel partner ecosystem and a wide range of in-house contract vehicles," said Rick Wagner, president, Microsoft Federal. "Leveraging DLT's Cloud Navigator Program, Confirmed Stateside Support and strong relationships in the federal and state, local and education (SLED) markets provides Microsoft with significantly more opportunities to secure new business and enhances our capabilities to better serve our U.S. public sector customers." About DLT Solutions DLT Solutions is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tech Data, the world's leading end-to-end distributor of technology products, services and solutions. DLT is the premier government solutions aggregator that specializes in understanding the IT needs of the federal, state, local and education markets. We help simplify the process for independent software vendors, federal systems integrators and value-added resellers doing business in the public sector. Leveraging Tech Data's end-to-end portfolio, an extensive array of public sector contract vehicles, and dedicated channel and enablement services, DLT provides government agencies and channel partners with the means to rapidly and cost effectively transform technology to achieve mission success.

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Parsons Corporation Ready to Protect U.S. Air Force Air Bases

Parsons | January 25, 2021

Parsons Corporation announced today that it would lead an industry team of Leidos, SAIC and SRC, Inc., in pursuit of a 10-year, $953 million exertion with the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa to design, mature, procure, incorporate, work, and keep up Air Base Air Defense systems across the European and African mainland areas of responsibility. "As asymmetric threats from emerging technologies continue to proliferate, we're focused on developing a flexible, responsive, all-domain air base defense system to rapidly detect, alert, deny or defeat threats ranging from low-cost irregular attacks to hypersonic weapons," said Shaun McGrath, ABAD program manager at Parsons. "Our team's open architecture, platform-agnostic approach, coupled with cutting edge technologies and innovation labs, brought together by a team with relevant operational experience in all-domain systems integration, creates a best value and highly capable offering that will deliver scalable air base air defense systems to protects warfighters and their assets today and into the future." The Parsons team will focus on the maturation of an all-space system comprised of business off-the-shelf and government off-the-shelf software and equipment technologies with an incorporated design to protect existing and future air bases. Parsons touches each aspect of the all-area battlespace: from space operations to edge computing and full-spectrum digital; to ground-based order and control systems. The organization's demonstrated operational capabilities will ensure all-space superiority and data predominance to quicken decision making in permissive through profoundly contested environments. Leidos provides a diverse arrangement of systems, solutions, and services covering air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace for customers around the world – including the U.S. Armed force, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Naval force, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), NATO, and the Intelligence Community. Their solutions include enterprise and mission IT, huge scale insight systems, order and control, geospatial and information analytics, cybersecurity, logistics, preparing, knowledge analysis, and operations support. Science Applications International Corp's. (SAIC's) robust arrangement of offerings includes top of the line solutions in systems designing and combination; enterprise IT, including cloud services, digital, and software; progressed analytics and simulation; and preparing that will be used to propel the ABAD mission and protect sent warfighters. SRC, Inc., a not-revenue driven research and advancement organization, solves "impossible" problems in the areas of defense, climate, and insight. The organization helps protect America and its allies with cutting edge radars, electronic fighting systems, RF system analysis, simulation, and reconstructing technologies and services. Since 1957, SRC's obligation to the customer and the best solution — not the main concern — has stayed a basic belief that guides its efforts. About Parsons Parsons (NYSE: PSN) is a leading disruptive technology provider in the global defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure markets, with capabilities across cybersecurity, missile defense, space, connected infrastructure, and smart cities. Please visit Parsons.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook to learn how we're making an impact. About Leidos Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world's toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company's 38,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Va., Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $11.09 billion for the fiscal year ended January 3, 2020.

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