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Hell has partnered with Microsoft Azure to provide training and cloud simulations for defense and intelligence in the UK.
The companies plan to provide the defense industry with scalable, interoperable, and secure cloud-based military training technology.
Hadean aims to integrate its “metaverse” infrastructure with Microsoft Azure to create rugged and customized solutions that can deliver real-time data to government agencies, defense contractors and armed forces around the world. I asked Hadean what he thought of critics who said it was unethical to work for defense and intelligence purposes. I will update the story if they respond.
Hadean CEO Craig Beddis said: “Microsoft is a trusted partner in defense and intelligence with a long track record of providing secure cloud services that support the systems integrators and transform capabilities to meet the requirements of the modern military”. “We are excited to deepen our relationship with a new partnership and combine our expertise to push the limits of what is possible with cloud computing, enhancing Microsoft Azure and pioneering capabilities for military simulation and training.”
Hadean and Microsoft worked together to build, run and deliver distributed simulation in the cloud for the British Army’s Collective Training Transformation Program (CTTP). It will be demoed at the studio at the I/ITSEC Innovation Center 2022 on November 30 at 11:20 a.m. GMT.
Gus MacGregor-Millar, general manager of global intelligence & defense at Microsoft, said in a statement: “Working closely with suppliers of cutting-edge technology is an important way for us to bring new capabilities for defense and intelligence missions. “Having supported Hadean during the early years of development through the Microsoft for Startup program, we are excited to further partner with them to help allied defense customers unlock the full potential of their solutions. cloud-based training and simulation, while realizing the impact of the mission-through-generational capacity.”
Founded in 2015, Hadean wanted to provide the infrastructure and computing power needed to realize the full potential of the metaverse. Hadean is also working on Minecraft by Microsoft, Epic Games, Sony, Gamescoin, Pixelynx, CAE, BAE Systems, Thales and Francis Crick Institute.
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