Sun Java Real-Time System Selected for Space Surveillance

 

ITT Corporation selected Sun Microsystems' Sun Java Real-Time System 2.0 (Java RTS) and the Solaris 10 Operating System (OS) as the software development platform for its Eglin Control and Signal Processing Upgrade (CSPU) program.

 

The Eglin Space Surveillance Radar (FPS-85), which schedules and tracks catalogued space objects, is currently undergoing a modernization process to replace legacy mission-critical components built from one-of-a-kind equipment and custom software. The Sun Java Real-Time System will enable ITT to run the new solution using Java technology on Solaris 10 OS and standard hardware.

 

“Our comprehensive tests have proven that Sun Java RTS running on Solaris 10 OS meets the real time behavior and throughput requirements for Eglin Space Surveillance Radar,” said Matt Prechtel, ITT's software lead for the project. “We are looking forward to moving to a software platform based on the real-time specification for Java and are actively evaluating Java RTS for other projects."

 

Fort Bend County Deploys Lawson Software

 

Fort Bend County selected Lawson Software to replace its business software systems.

 

The Texas county is fully operational with the Lawson S3 Human Capital Management, Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Financial Management suites. These enterprise software solutions are helping to streamline business processes and improve revenue-producing activities within the county.

 

“With Lawson, our employees and our investments are more productive, which allows us to devote more resources toward addressing the needs of our constituents,” said Ed Sturdivant, county auditor, Fort Bend County. 

 

Carnival Cruise Lines Bring SAS Onboard

 

Carnival Cruise Lines selected SAS Marketing Automation to create and execute more effective customer-focused marketing campaigns.

 

Carnival will use SAS predictive analytics to improve customer communications, strengthen relationships and increase first-time cruiser bookings. 

 

“We evaluated other software and no other vendor could cut the mustard in analytics and predictive modeling," said Shannon Balliet-Antorcha, director of database marketing and customer data integration at Carnival Cruise Lines. "SAS seems to have the advantage in predictive analytics."

 

DDI Health in Australia Chooses DataCore 

 

DDI Health in Australia selected and deployed DataCore’s SANmelody virtual SAN software to manage its storage and support software development servers and VMware systems.

 

DDI Health produces a range of solutions across the diagnostic health services sector. The company was grappling with wasted disk space, "out of disk space" warnings that force systems and applications to be shut down to add more disks and constant disk provisioning issues.

 

“DataCore has removed a great deal of the complexity and management burden from our IT systems staff by automating tedious tasks that were error prone, disruptive and time consuming. Our overall productivity and the high levels of system uptime being achieved are greatly improved since we deployed SANmelody,” said Paul Graham, head of software development, DDI Health.

 

Aditya Birla Retail Selects Oracle Retail Applications

 

Aditya Birla Retail Limited selected Oracle Retail merchandising, planning and supply chain applications to help drive its retail growth plans in the country.

 

Aditya Birla Retail has aggressive plans for retail and to set up a number of formats under the “more” brand. Aditya Birla Retail's plan to transform the Indian retail sector will be supported by an IT backbone built on Oracle Retail applications. The company will also use Oracle Financials, part of the Oracle E-Business Suite, as well as infrastructure software including Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Database.

 

"Aditya Birla Retail's aggressive growth plans present an exciting opportunity for us to put to use the world leading Oracle Retail applications. Aditya Birla Retail's IT infrastructure will help set a benchmark of using IT for customer acquisition and retention in the Indian retail industry," said Mukesh Mathur, director and business head, Oracle Retail India.

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