We work with top executive talent (Fortune 500)

We work with top IT executive talent (Fortune 500) where we address service automation (both on the business and the IT side), ensure that networks, applications and devices (M2M) cloud included are secure and up and running and the IT cost is transparent and (Big) data analyzed and actionable:
1) IT cost and forecasting: I work with one of the references on IT FInancial Management that could help you capture and package this date in to neat cubes that you can run in and BI tool SAP, Apptio etc. This is also valid for ongoing cost.2) Business and IT services: We work with a number of fortune 100 where I leverage the ability of one of the service providers that I work with to set any services up where they provide full libraries to AWS, Azure to make the setup of cloud services painless and provide the front end to make to user experience equally painless and set up service within days.

They recently set up the full business and IT service catalogue for Walmart but also work on a pay as you go (pay only for the services you use) and tie in to any applications needed to to set up the work flow and this would include SAP, Oracle Financials.

3) Digital & Big Data: If Digital is on the priority list we are among the few to capture data from any device (sensor) pull this data out via a mobile device (our app) and any network, keep the connection up and running and secure and analyze the (big) data for an actionable outcome mission critical capabilities notably for industrial application but also digital healthcare.

We provide a broad Big Data platform versus an industry specific product for a specific problem/niche/ industry to quickly get value from the large volumes of data generated from ever growing network of connected sensors or other sources.

The ability to address network, device and big data confers a unique ability to address digital & Big Data, M2M and IoT effectively.

 We address some of the most stringent mission critical applications for organizations such as Verizon, AT&T, Bloomberg’s TV and Platforms,the US army, FAA to ensure that their business critical capabilities: network, applications and devices are up and running and secure.

Army/Marines: manage ever changing network of nodes that are on the move and enter & leave the network daily.

FAA: Ensure critical radar data is never lost over legacy, high latency networks, with automated re-rerouting of networks.

DirecTV: Streamline customer service centers while capturing data on how customers are using the technology for future improvements.

Verizon: Automated on-demand video uplink service, with service quality monitory and usage measurement for billing.

The above problem sets have only one thing in common: a variety of critical data sources that need to be managed and automated.

Do let me know would you have 15 – 30 minutes to address the subject.Cheers Martin

 

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We work with top executive talent (Fortune 500)

Startup creates the first 3D-printed, battery-powered rocket engine

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Rocket Lab adopts a new electric propulsion cycle and produces the first oxygen/hydrocarbon engine to use 3D printing for all primary components.

Typically, the cost associated with launching a lightweight rocket into orbit can easily run upwards of $100 million. In an effort to curb the astronomical expense of space travel, Los Angeles-based startup Rocket Lab is redefining the way rocket engines are manufactured and how they function.

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The Lockheed Martin-backed company recently unveiled its latest creation, dubbed Rutherford, which is said to be the first-ever battery-powered rocket engine. The design, which is comprised almost entirely out of 3D-printed parts and powered by batteries rather than liquid fuel, will be used on Rocket Lab’s Electron orbital launch vehicle later this year.

Powered by the brand new Rutherford motor, Electron will be able to deliver small satellites to commercial orbits at a much lower price and a greater frequency. The flagship engine adopts a new electric propulsion cycle that employs electric motors to drive its turbopumps, and is the first…

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Startup creates the first 3D-printed, battery-powered rocket engine