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The Institute of Space Commerce's report included evidence of surging investment in space topping $10 billion in 2021 and indicated a busy year is ahead for the newly launched satellite Artemis.
management system that runs serverless on AWS. SugarCRM, provider of an AI-driven CRM platform, introduced powerful new digital self-service capabilities to help business-to-business sellers keep pace with customer demands. By garnering an AVS qualification for its audio front-end software solution, CEVA's semiconductor, ODM and OEM customers can utilize this software solution to add Alexa-enabled services to their target devices.

Market and leaderboard news

As we enter the second month of the year, companies big and small are announcing their moves; big shifts and new partnerships are already making waves.

The Institute of Space Commerce shared its predictions for 2023 trends driving industry development, including open-source space, edge computing in space, and additive manufacturing in spacecraft. The report also included evidence of surging investment in space topping $10 billion in 2021, and indicated a busy year is ahead for the newly launched satellite Artemis. 

MegaCorp’s leaders needed a more advanced cloud-based communications solution and have chosen to partner with RingCentral for voice capabilities to continue their rapid growth trajectory and better meet customers’ more complex needs. Blackberry and Elektrobit announced that they are collaborating on integration efforts to support Rust programming language, empowering developers to build safe, reliable, and efficient automotive software.

Pulsara has been listed as an approved cloud software supplier by Crown Commercial Service on the updated G-Cloud 13 framework a digital marketplace of cloud hosting, software, and support services for UK central government departments and all other public-sector bodies. CloudShape has been awarded a ten-year contract worth over $144 million by the U.S. Agency for International Development to deliver mission-critical hybrid cloud services for USAID’s Enterprise Data Center and Disaster Recovery.

Genesys announced a new partnership with World Wide Technology, which is building a dedicated Genesys practice to accelerate customer experience transformation and support more than 2,000 WWT customers, including 80 percent of Fortune 100 companies.

5G, mobile, and network news

From railways to robotics, networks are making forward leaps in progress. Leading global publicly listed utility National Grid has selected EXFO for an innovative pilot project to provide monitoring for its ongoing fiber network health assessment in the UK. The monitoring will help gauge operational condition and identify potential points of failure.

Quantum-secure networking company Qunnect will construct a new fiber loop that expands its quantum networking testbed, GothamQ, from Brooklyn to Manhattan—connecting New York University (NYU) to the Navy Yard to unlock quantum capabilities for markets including financial services, critical infrastructure, and telecom in the New York metro area.

Nokia announced that NOW Telecom has selected Bell Labs Consulting, part of Nokia, to create a nationwide network design for 5G Standalone (SA) and design and planning for a national broadband network in the Philippines. This initiative is facilitated by the grant received by NOW Telecom from the US Trade and Development Agency. In other Nokia news, Nokia has been selected to upgrade VodafoneZiggo’s nationwide IP network. With the deployment, VodafoneZiggo is building a network to enable a new generation of fixed and mobile services, including 5G, and to provide sufficient scale and QoS for the anticipated growth in network traffic and advanced services over the next decade.

Ooredoo Kuwait has partnered with Ericsson to implement Ericsson Billing across its network. The billing system upgrade has enabled 5G evolution across Ooredoo Kuwait’s network and supported in developing competitive marketing strategies for a variety of 5G products.

Viasat announced a contract to provide end-to-end satellite communications support through a fully managed service to the United States Marine Corps. A USDA agency selected UCC Networks to unify real-time communications with Zoom for


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