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Louis Mosley, Palantir’s Senior VP, shared at Bloomberg that Palantir’s contribution to Ukraine opened many opportunities with NATO countries.
“We've been in Ukraine as you know for the last 18 months and I think that's opened the eyes not just of Europe but the wider world to where there might be gaps in military capability. People have seen what works on the battlefield and what doesn't. Clearly that has opened a great deal of opportunity for us around the world.” - Louis Mosley
Palantir introduced FedStart, the Accreditation-as-a-Service product that enables commercial companies to easily sell to the government.
“FedStart unlocks FedRAMP Moderate and IL5, the security accreditations required to sell to civilian agencies and the Department of Defense, respectively. FedStart is on track to support FedRAMP High and IL6 within the next year.” - Palantir Blog
Forbes wrote an article on Palantir on its expanding presents in healthcare, on track with CNBC’s article of the last week.
“When contemplating big data analytics, it is imperative to discuss Palantir.” - Forbes
Palantir wins a £25nm contract with the NHS to transition projects to Federated Data Platform, the £480 million contract expected to be awarded in Autumn.
“The new interim contract will ensure there is no gap in service provision and support the smooth transition from one platform to another.” - NHS England
Palantir has signed the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office’s Ukraine Business Compact, showing its commitment to the reconstruction.
“Resilient recovery is more than possible in Ukraine. Palantir is ready and willing to support this effort. Together we look forward to help in building back a modernized prosperous Ukraine.” - Louis Mosley
David Spirk, Pentagon’s first Chief Data Officer, now Palantir Senior Counselor underscored the need for interoperable data standards.
“If you're not making yourself and your company capable of interoperating in an automated manner at mass, you're probably not going to find yourself at the table much more.” - David Spirk, Palantir Senior Counselor at Palantir
Airindia will be an Airbus’ Skywise Core X3 client. The bigger these customers become to Airbus, the better for Palantir as I described in a dedicated article (Palantir's Skywise: the Runway to Monopolize the Sky)
“Air India has firmed up its order for 250 Airbus aircraft and selected an Airbus maintenance and digital package to power the airline’s transformation and growth strategy.” - Airbus
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