Low-code software application development company Appian holds its annual user conference and exhibition this week in Will Smith’s favourite holiday hangout, Miami Beach Florida.
The automotive division of Luxoft Holding has launched PELUX 1.0, a base development platform designed to provide the building blocks for automotive software development projects, which is now available on Open Source.
La firme suisse Luxoft, société d’ingénierie et de services informatiques d’origine russe, a récemment rejoint le consortium Autosar afin de contribuer au développement de plates-formes de référence pour l’environnement logiciel Autosar Adaptive (AR-AP).
IT executives working in capital markets, wealth management and corporate banking sectors are struggling with budget cuts and staff shortages while implementing cyber security strategies that will be compliant with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation.
In a Nutshell: Finance’s biggest media darling of 2017 was cryptocurrency. But it is blockchain, the infrastructure of digital currency, which looks to claim that spot in 2018. Blockchain’s distributed ledgers, which record transactions between two parties efficiently, verifiably, and permanently, are the current buzz of the finserv community — and technology Luxoft has been investing in for years. Luxoft dedicates a team of technology incubators to develop expertise in emerging innovations before there’s a demand for them. The company’s thriving consulting business and technology solutions arm partners with many of the largest global financial service providers to integrate technology into their offerings
MUNICH, GERMANY. Luxoft has announced LuxTrace, a web-based version of the TraceAnalyzer 4.0 timing analysis tool for electronic control units (ECUs), controllers, processors, buses, and networks. According to Luxoft, LuxTrace performs large traces up to 10x faster than previous versions, and can be operated by multiple users simultaneously thanks to a centralized server configuration available from the company.
43% of IT executives at European financial institutions reveal that fears of a cyber-attack keep them awake at night – two months before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, according to figures published by financial services IT consultancy and service provider Excelian, Luxoft Financial Services – a division of Luxoft (NYSE:LXFT).
A new survey reveals that 43% of IT executives at European financial institutions fear the threats of cyber-attack so palpably that it keeps them awake at night. And this is just two months before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force and days after the Facebook / Cambridge Analytica breach was announced. These fears were published in a survey carried out by financial services IT consultancy and service provider Excelian, Luxoft Financial Services.
congatec and Luxoft Holding have introduced an automotive reference platform with SMARC 2.0 Computer-on-Modules. Launching with the conga-SA5 as the first official supported module, the Automotive Reference Platform (ARP), co-developed by Intel and Luxoft, makes digital cockpit designs of next-generation vehicles smarter.