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Expleo Expands Digital Transformation Capabilities With UMS Consulting Acquisition
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Expleo Expands Digital Transformation Capabilities With UMS Consulting Acquisition

by Ty Trumbull • Jul 29, 2022 Global engineering, technology and consulting service provider Expleo has acquired management consulting firm UMS Consulting for an undisclosed amount. This is the latest technology M&A deal ChannelE2E has covered so far in 2022. See more than 1,000 technology M&A deals involving MSPs, MSSPs & IT service providers listed here. Expleo Acquires UMS Consulting Expleo, founded in 1966, is based in Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France. The company has 12,625 employees listed on LinkedIn. Expleo’s areas of expertise include aerospace, automotive, defense, space, transportation, naval, systems, bank and financial services, quality assurance, consulting, healthcare, retail and logistics, media and telecom, insurance, public sector, business agility, m...
Using quantum technology to constrain new particles
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Using quantum technology to constrain new particles

Magnetic-field amplification of the spin sensor. (a) Principle of using the spin sensor to search for exotic interactions. The signal from the pseudomagnetic field is enhanced by the 129Xe-based amplifier, generating an effective magnetic field Beff read out by 87Rb spins. (b) The amplification factor 43.5±0.8 is calibrated at frequencies about 9.00, 9.50, 10.00, 10.50, 11.00 Hz. (c) The enhanced magnetic sensitivity reaches 22.3fT/Hz1/2 at resonance frequency 10.00 Hz. Credit: Physical Review Letters (2022). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.051801 Yet-to-be discovered axions and axion-like particles may be the key to explaining some of the deepest puzzles of our universe, such as dark matter and ...
Oilfield Services Market Vendor and Technology Assessment Report 2022-2030
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Oilfield Services Market Vendor and Technology Assessment Report 2022-2030

Market Data CentreOilfield Services Market 2022 - 2030 - Vendor Assessment (Company Profiles, Market Positioning, Strategies, Recent Developments, Capabilities & Product Offerings / Mapping), Technology Assessment (Developments & Economic Impact), Partner & Customer Ecosystem (Product Services, Proposition & Key Features) Competitive Index & Regional FootPrint by MDC ResearchPune, July 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Oilfield Services Market by Vendor Assessment, Technology Assessment, Partner & Customer Ecosystem, type/solution, service, organization size, end-use verticals, and Region – Global Oilfield Services Market Forecast to 2030, published by Market Data Centre, The Oilfield Services Market is projected to grow at a solid pace during the forecast period. The pr...
Optional Security Features for 5G Technology Poses Risks : Broadband Breakfast
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Optional Security Features for 5G Technology Poses Risks : Broadband Breakfast

Wireless data throughput is expected to increase nearly fivefold over the next four years, a surge driven by overall demand for data and enabled by new chipset technology and increased spectrum allocation. Traditionally wired internet service providers like Comcast and Charter are investing in mobile connectivity, alongside incumbent mobile network operators. Meanwhile, mobile network operators are amortizing their spectrum investments to compete in the fixed broadband market wirelessly. A quiet but critical race to deploy wireless networks throughout the country is well underway. For cities and towns, this rapid growth can represent both a blessing and a curse More demand for fixed and mobile wireless services means more infrastructure in the form of radios close to end u...
USDA Leveraging Modern Technology and Digital Tools to Improve Customer Service
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USDA Leveraging Modern Technology and Digital Tools to Improve Customer Service

Posted by Megen Davis, Director, Strategic Planning, Information Resource Management Center, Office of the Chief Information Officer in Technology Jul 28, 2022 The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is driven to lead the way in customer-centered, data-driven service delivery across the Federal Government. It is our goal to accelerate the use of modern technology and digital tools that our internal and external customers expect in every aspe...
Creative Medical Technology Announces Positive Top-Line Results for OvaStem® Pilot Study
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Creative Medical Technology Announces Positive Top-Line Results for OvaStem® Pilot Study

Three-Year Follow Up Results Confirm Significant Efficacy and No Serious Adverse Effects in Patients receiving OvaStem® Procedure for Treating Primary Ovarian Insufficiency PHOENIX, July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Creative Medical Technology Holdings, Inc. ("Creative Medical Technology" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: CELZ), a leading commercial stage biotechnology company focused on a regenerative approach to immunotherapy, urology, neurology, and orthopedics, today announced positive three-year follow up data for the Company's OvaStem® pilot study.  The data shows significant efficacy of the OvaStem® procedure for the treatment of medical refractory Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) without any serious adverse effects and the successful birth of healthy babies. OvaStem® is a patented outpati...
Why are investors pouring money into legal technology?
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Why are investors pouring money into legal technology?

When Lehman Brothers collapsed in the 2008 financial crisis, Jason Boehmig lost his job at the US investment bank. Unlike many of his colleagues, Boehmig knew what his next step would be. He headed to law school, which had always been his plan. But it was with the benefit of having worked first as a trader at Lehman, where he saw first-hand the transformative potential of new technology.Now he is co-founder and chief executive of Ironclad, which develops automated contract management software for law firms and companies. The San Francisco-based venture is among a number of legal tech unicorns — businesses valued at more than $1bn — that are raising funds from leading start-up investors. After law school he did a stint as a technology lawyer at Silicon Valley law firm Fenwick & W...
St. Pete artist uses technology to turn murals into interactive experience
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St. Pete artist uses technology to turn murals into interactive experience

Artist turns murals into interactive experience Mark Wilson reports ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A St. Petersburg artist is using an app to help explain the meaning of his masterpieces.    Jabari Reed-Diop says what makes his artwork unique is the spiritual and personal experiences he paints onto canvas. "I would say like a mixture between spirituality and cartoons is just bridging those two gaps together," Reed-Diop explained. "It was trying to like put onto canvas. Like, what does it feel like to have like an internal battle with like your internal good and your internal negative and the crossing point of that."  The 22-year-old’s art is growing in popularity. He has an art exhibition called "Zebra" at D Gallerie in St. Petersburg this month.  READ ‘I have to do this’: Clearwater artist ho...
DVIDS – News – Technology Provides Warfighters with Decisive Edge at Resolute Dragon 2
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DVIDS – News – Technology Provides Warfighters with Decisive Edge at Resolute Dragon 2

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD -- Seventeen Marines, Airmen and Sailors gathered at Aberdeen Proving Ground for 12 days in June to show how advanced software working in concert with advanced Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) technologies can create a next-generation threat warning and protection capability on the battlefield. The exercise culminated in a demonstration for senior leaders from the nation’s leading Chemical Biological Defense Program organizations on June 23. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM CBC) organized the Advanced Technolog...
TechScape: What should social media giants do to protect children? | Technology
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TechScape: What should social media giants do to protect children? | Technology

This week, the technical leads of GCHQ and the National Cyber Security Centre made a powerful intervention into an incredibly controversial debate: what should social media companies do to protect children on their platforms?But that wasn’t how the intervention was taken by all parties. Others heard something rather different: tired arguments against end-to-end encryption, dressed up in new clothes but disguising the same attack on privacy rights with the same excuse that’s always wheeled out by law enforcement.From our story:Tech companies should move ahead with controversial technology that scans for child abuse imagery on users’ phones, the technical heads of GCHQ and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre have said. So-called “client-side scanning” would involve service providers su...