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Cloud computing capability designed for use on the edge - News

June 02, 2021

AUSTRALIA. Thales Australia, Microsoft, and Australian companies Myriad Technologies, archTIS, and Fortifyedge have partnered to launch Nexium Defense Cloud Edge (NDC Edge), a secure Tactical cloud computing capability designed for the edge of the battlespace.


Cloud-based data processing demoed by Ball Aerospace and Microsoft - News

May 21, 2021

BOULDER, Colo. Ball Aerospace, in collaboration with Microsoft, completed a series of demonstrations intended to show the viability of using commercial cloud computing to process and securely deliver actionable information to those who need it, whether they are in a ground station, command center, or on the battlefield.


Microsoft's Defense System demo leveraged Esri software to enable AI and augmented reality for field missions - News

June 13, 2019
REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA. Microsoft?s Tactical Edge Platform is using Esri?s ArcGIS Enterprise to enable its Microsoft Azure and Azure Cognitive Services to have a geographic context via Esri?s advanced mapping and spatial analytics technology. The platform is targeted at defense and intelligence professionals to demonstrate how they can use connecting field sensor data and cloud services for tactical field operations or for domestic emergency response.

Thales, Microsoft announce defense cloud platform for armed forces - News

June 18, 2018
LA DEFENSE, France. Multinational defense and cybersecurity contractor Thales has announced a partnership with Microsoft under which the companies will build a cloud platform designed to help armed forces and other defense clients store and secure classified and sensitive data within their information technology infrastructure.