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張貼者:Tom Keane

Empowering space development off the planet with Azure

2022年4月4日

Any developer can be a space developer with Azure. Microsoft has a long history of empowering the software development community. We have the world’s most comprehensive developer tools and platforms from Github to Visual Studio, and we support a wide range of industries and use cases from healthcare, financial services, critical industries, and now space.

Corporate Vice President, Mission Engineering, Microsoft Azure

Geospatial imagery unlocks new cloud computing scenarios on Azure

2021年12月9日

In the year since Azure Space was announced, Microsoft has focused on extending its Azure Space ecosystem by partnering with industry leaders in the space community to empower customers and partners to achieve more. Today, Microsoft is expanding on its mission to make Azure Space the platform and ecosystem of choice for the space community through a new partnership with Airbus and the general availability of their premium satellite imagery and elevation data in Microsoft’s Azure Maps.

Corporate Vice President, Mission Engineering, Microsoft Azure

Azure Government Top Secret now generally available for US national security missions

2021年8月16日

Today we’re announcing the general availability of Azure Government Top Secret, a significant milestone in our commitment to bringing unmatched commercial innovation to our government customers across all data classifications. This announcement, together with new services and functionality in Azure Government Secret, provides further evidence of Microsoft’s relentless commitment to the mission of national security, enabling customers and partners to realize the vision of a multi-cloud strategy and achieve greater agility, interoperability, cost savings, and speed to innovation.

Corporate Vice President, Mission Engineering, Microsoft Azure

Ground processing with space data 5x faster with Azure

2021年5月19日

Over the past year, Microsoft has teamed with Ball Aerospace to develop the prototype for the Commercially Augmented Space Inter Networked Operations (CASINO) Program Office demonstrating agile cloud processing capabilities in support of the United States Space Force. For increasingly distributed mission environments, Microsoft Azure delivers the processing power and analysis necessary for these large datasets.

Corporate Vice President, Mission Engineering, Microsoft Azure

Connecting Azure to the International Space Station with Hewlett Packard Enterprise

2021年2月11日

Today we are announcing our partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to connect Azure directly to space using HPE’s upcoming launch of its Spaceborne Computer-2 (SBC-2), which will deliver edge computing and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in space for the first time on the International Space Station (ISS).

Corporate Vice President, Mission Engineering, Microsoft Azure