First News Briefs: Verizon, Aruba Networks, Unity Technologies, Aviant Systems
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has named Eddie Schwartz as the head of its security and cyberintelligence practice. Schwartz will help Verizon accelerate the integration of security service delivery across Verizon’s cybersecurity solutions. Among the areas Schwartz will oversee are Verizon’s cyberforensics investigative and research team, which is responsible for producing the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report series; and the company’s advanced cloud and premises-based managed security solutions portfolio.
Aruba Networks today announced that Glastonbury Public Schools in Glastonbury, Conn., has implemented a district-wide Aruba wireless LAN to support its classroom learning initiatives. Designed and configured in partnership with Atlantic Computing Technology Corp., the companies say the new Wi-Fi infrastructure simplifies network management and empowers teachers and students to fully leverage technology such as iPads and Apple TVs in a dynamic learning environment.
Unity Technologies today released version 4.3 of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools. The update includes dedicated 2D development tools, additions to the Mecanim animation system, an upgrade to the re-written Umbra 3 occlusion culling, and more.
Aviant Systems has rolled out an open-standard wireless solution to all of Sanico, Inc.’s recycling trucks in northwestern New Jersey this month. The on-board RFID system automatically records and transmits customer pick-up information over a cellular network connection, using the 3G CDMA network.