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Cyber Security Summit Unveils the Elite 'Cyber 50': Celebrating Trailblazing Leaders in Cybersecurity

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Monday, March 11, 2024

The Cyber 50 winners represent a diverse range of expertise, spanning cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, data protection, cloud security, and quantum computing.

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  • The Cyber 50 winners represent a diverse range of expertise, spanning cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, data protection, cloud security, and quantum computing.
  • Among the Cyber 50 are individuals who have demonstrated outstanding vision and execution in navigating the complex landscape of cyber threats and challenges.
  • These leaders have not only raised the bar for excellence but have also inspired others with their relentless pursuit of cybersecurity excellence.
  • Join us at the Digital Transformation Summit to celebrate their achievements and gain insights into the future of technology.

iDirect Government CSIR™ Technology Named Finalist for Via Satellite’s 2023 Satellite Technology of the Year Award

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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

HERNDON, Va., Feb. 21, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- iDirect Government (iDirectGov), a leading provider of satellite communications to the military and government, today announced that its Communication Signal Interference Removal (CSIR™) technology has been named a finalist for the 2023 Satellite Technology of the Year Award organized by Via Satellite.

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  • HERNDON, Va., Feb. 21, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- iDirect Government (iDirectGov), a leading provider of satellite communications to the military and government, today announced that its Communication Signal Interference Removal (CSIR™) technology has been named a finalist for the 2023 Satellite Technology of the Year Award organized by Via Satellite.
  • CSIR enhancements that are critical to support advanced signal excision were developed through the company’s Electronic Warfare Engineering Center of Excellence.
  • “CSIR’s new set of capabilities, including anti-jam technology, ensures that satellite connectivity and communications are safeguarded from interference.
  • The winner will be announced at SATELLITE 2024 on Wednesday, March 20, at the Via Satellite Awards luncheon.

iDirect Government Establishes Engineering Center of Excellence To Combat Electronic Warfare, TRANSEC and Cyber Attacks

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Tuesday, January 9, 2024

The center will leverage iDirectGov’s specialized Communication Signal Interference Removal™ (CSIR™) technology, which features crypto-agility, anti-jam and strengthened security for the tactical edge and warfighter.

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  • The center will leverage iDirectGov’s specialized Communication Signal Interference Removal™ (CSIR™) technology, which features crypto-agility, anti-jam and strengthened security for the tactical edge and warfighter.
  • With this, we are also investing in developing future generations of communications security technology and empowering our top talent,” said Tim Winter, president of iDirect Government.
  • The center will create an additional platform for iDirectGov’s engineers to develop holistic approaches to EW, cyber risk, TRANSEC, countermeasures and the overall company security solutions strategy.
  • Since its beginnings in 2007, iDirectGov has supported the DOD and other agencies, solving their communications challenges with effective and exceptional delivery.

Comtech Names Satellite and Defense Industry Leader John Ratigan as Chief Corporate Development Officer

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Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Dec. 6, 2023-- Comtech (NASDAQ: CMTL), a global technology leader, today announced the appointment of satellite communications (SATCOM) and defense technology industry leader John Ratigan as the company’s first Chief Corporate Development Officer (CCDO).

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  • Dec. 6, 2023-- Comtech (NASDAQ: CMTL), a global technology leader, today announced the appointment of satellite communications (SATCOM) and defense technology industry leader John Ratigan as the company’s first Chief Corporate Development Officer (CCDO).
  • With differentiated expertise across the global satellite technology sector, Ratigan brings over three decades of leadership experience to his position as Comtech’s CCDO.
  • Prior to joining Comtech, Ratigan served as CEO and President of iDirect Government as well as holding a position as an Executive Committee Member of ST Engineering iDirect.
  • As its first employee, Ratigan established iDirect Government and grew the company to over $100 million in annual revenue.

iDirect Government Debuts REVOLUTION® 450mp Multi-Waveform, Multi-Orbit SDR Modem with Enhanced Security, Resiliency and Mobility

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Tuesday, October 31, 2023

The 450mp is the first 4-Series SDR, introduced with the new Evolution Defense 4.6 software.

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  • The 450mp is the first 4-Series SDR, introduced with the new Evolution Defense 4.6 software.
  • The high-performance and secure satellite modem expands resiliency for users at the tactical edge and provides flexibility for ever-evolving missions.
  • The 4-Series SDR modem is designed to meet government standards, namely the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 Level 3 and Wideband Global SATCOM.
  • “The REVOLUTION 450mp SDR focuses on security, resiliency and mobility—the crucial foundations of iDirectGov’s Defense platform,” said Tim Winter, president of iDirect Government.

Back to Blue: Only a Bold and Ambitious UN Treaty Can Stem Plastic Waste Crisis

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Monday, February 27, 2023

Peak Plastics Report from Back to Blue

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  • It also reveals that on our current trajectory countries will not reach peak plastic consumption this century: the tipping point after which plastic consumption begins to decline.
  • In March last year, 175 nations agreed to develop a legally binding global instrument to end plastic pollution: the UN Treaty on Plastic Pollution.
  • Only policies at the most ambitious end of those under consideration will have a meaningful impact on a soaring plastic waste crisis, the Back to Blue research found.
  • These three policies are cited in the advance documentation for negotiators related to the UN Treaty on Plastic Pollution.

Only a bold and ambitious UN treaty can stem plastic waste crisis

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Monday, February 27, 2023

It also reveals that on our current trajectory countries will not reach peak plastic consumption this century: the tipping point after which plastic consumption begins to decline.

Key Points: 
  • It also reveals that on our current trajectory countries will not reach peak plastic consumption this century: the tipping point after which plastic consumption begins to decline.
  • In March last year, 175 nations agreed to develop a legally binding global instrument to end plastic pollution: the UN Treaty on Plastic Pollution.
  • Only policies at the most ambitious end of those under consideration will have a meaningful impact on a soaring plastic waste crisis, the Back to Blue research found.
  • In the absence of a tangible impact on plastic consumption by increasing taxes, the research suggests that negotiators should consider capping plastic production.

DDN Opens its Largest R&D Facility in Pune, India

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Thursday, February 16, 2023

DDN India inaugurated its new office in Baner, Pune, to accommodate its growing employee base.

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  • DDN India inaugurated its new office in Baner, Pune, to accommodate its growing employee base.
  • In 2021, DDN began manufacturing storage solutions under the "Make in India" initiative and is now augmenting its workforce in the research, product development, engineering, and IT divisions.
  • "India is a strategically important market for DDN, and we have witnessed tremendous demand for our data storage solutions, despite the pandemic," said Atul Vidwansa, general manager for India & S.E.
  • "We plan to increase our workforce in India by 50% over the next few years to support 'Make in India' and the development of next-generation storage solutions."

Lipidomic Equipment Market Analysis/Forecast 2022-2028: Fully Automated Lipidomics Equipment Gaining Momentum & Opportunities in Escalating Government & Market Players Investment in Emerging Countries - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Monday, January 9, 2023

Lipidomics involves system-level quantitation and identification of several networks and pathways of cellular lipids and interaction with other proteins and moieties.

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  • Lipidomics involves system-level quantitation and identification of several networks and pathways of cellular lipids and interaction with other proteins and moieties.
  • Based on type, the lipidomic equipment market is segmented into targeted and untargeted.
  • By offerings, the lipidomic equipment market is segmented into MS-based lipidomic technique, assays for lipid metabolism, lipid flux using heavy isotope-labeled precursors, software and services.
  • Thus, automated lipidomic equipment is likely to emerge as a new trend in the lipidomic equipment market during the forecast period.

AMD Advances Corporate Responsibility Across its Value Chain

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Monday, August 22, 2022

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announced its 27th annual Corporate Responsibility Report, demonstrating how AMD – together with its employees, customers, partners, and communities – advances computing to help solve the world’s most important social and environmental challenges. From advancing sustainable computing to cultivating a diverse workforce, AMD is committed to responsibly delivering on its mission to be the high-performance and adaptive computing leader. AMD now powers the fastest and most energy-efficient supercomputer in the world – the Frontier supercomputer – as well as 17 of the top 20 most efficient supercomputers1. To drive continued innovation, diversity hiring remains a component of the company’s strategic metrics and milestones to inform its annual bonus program. AMD also entered into a $3 billion sustainability-linked credit facility2, demonstrating its commitment to advancing sustainability.

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  • 27th Annual Corporate Responsibility Report details the companys efforts to advance environmental, social, and governance priorities
    SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announced its 27th annual Corporate Responsibility Report, demonstrating how AMD together with its employees, customers, partners, and communities advances computing to help solve the worlds most important social and environmental challenges.
  • In 2021, AMD announced new corporate responsibility goals for 2025 and 2030 spanning digital impact, environmental sustainability, supply chain responsibility, and diversity, belonging, and inclusion.
  • At AMD, it is not just what our semiconductor technology can do that matters, but also how we develop and deliver it, said Susan Moore, AMD corporate vice president, corporate responsibility, and international government affairs.
  • For more information about how AMD is enabling today and inspiring tomorrow, visit the AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) website , blog , LinkedIn , and Twitter pages.