Hitachi acquires Thales’ GTS business in $2 billion deal
The sale follows the French company’s efforts to streamline operations and reaffirm confidence among its investors as it prioritizes its core interests in high-tech defense and aerospace equipment.
Europe’s largest company for defense electronics, Thales, announced they were in talks to sell... Read more
Epicor to relaunch its flagship manufacturing ERP, now called Kinetic
Epicor reintroduced its new flagship ERP product under a new name, Kinetic, designed to fulfill FDA software verification requirements for medical device suppliers and facilitates regulations of CMMC for defense and aerospace. It is also the only multi-tenant cloud solution.
If the name Kinetic... Read more
HPE builds supercomputer for moon landing NASA
NASA is going to use an HPE supercomputer to land people on the moon again in 2024. In a press release, HPE states that the supercomputer should run workloads for models and simulations. These are intended to investigate and prepare certain phases of the lunar landing process.
The supercomputer... Read more
Kosmonauts get cybersecurity training from Kaspersky
Kaspersky and the Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Training Center have started a collaboration to train cosmonauts and IT specialists in the field of cyber security.
The Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Training Center is an institute in Star City, Russia, where cosmonauts from all over the ... Read more
Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos’ space company, is now also selling rocket motors.
Blue Origin, the space company of Amazon-CEO Jeff Bezos, now also sells rocket motors. The rocket maker United Launch Alliance has announced that it has chosen the company's BE-4 rocket motor for its new Vulcan Centaur rocket. In doing so, Bezos' company defeated the better-known Aerojet Rocketdyne,... Read more