Fort Lauderdale, FL, June 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Visium Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: VISM), announced today that it is collaborating with Chantilly, Virginia based Great-Circle Technologies, Inc. (“GCT”) to develop commercial opportunities for GCT’s patented Big Data analytics, data visualization, and mobile intelligence solutions.
GCT was founded in 2000 as a US Government contractor and established a subsidiary, Global SolaaS (GSS), in 2016 to deliver commercial Solutions-as-a-Service (SolaaS™) to the international marketplace. GSS has pending contracts in the Middle East, Africa, and India totaling more than a billion dollars. Many of these solutions are tailored from GCT’s Looking Glass™ SolaaS, a multilingual knowledge platform that provides global entity analytics. One of GCT’s key marketplace discriminators is the patented GeoZ™ algorithm that can describe anything, anywhere, at anytime to support autonomous machine-to-machine reasoning at scale.
Mark Lucky, CEO of Visium Technologies, Inc. said, “We are excited to be working with GCT/GSS in identifying significant opportunities for their technology. Their technologies vastly broaden our capabilities and have the potential to create significant value for our customers. Additionally, Mr. Lucky said, “GCT’s technology provides real-time data analytics to enable customers to make better decisions, while also protecting data privacy.”
Brent Bursey, CEO of GCT added, “Historically, GCT has been a unique provider of services and solutions for the U.S. Federal Government and their partners. Now that we have an IP portfolio with a value of more than a Billion dollars, we are pleased to be working with the talented team at Visium to expand the use of our technologies in several commercial markets, addressing big problems like data privacy, smart cities, Internet-of-Things (IoT) security, and border security. Our technology is used to provide a global entity analytics-based knowledge platform that is tailored to address unique customer needs, such as specifically answering ‘who is where doing what when and how and why is that of interest to a customer.’ Licensed as a Solutions-as-a-Service (SolaaS), the platform orchestrates the use of any existing analytic tools and databases, including the web and dark web, to deliver micro-targeting results on entities (people, places, things). Our patented GeoZ algorithm, combined with strong entity-based encryption, maximizes security to deliver the most rigorous data privacy possible as a General Data Privacy Rights (“GDPR”) compliant solution at scale. Our Looking Glass technology can be configured to work with any type of sensors, delivering real-time as well as predictive results to customers, just-in-time.”
About Visium Technologies, Inc.
Visium Technologies, Inc. is a Florida based company focused on global cybersecurity, advancing technology and cybersecurity tools and services to support enterprises in protecting their most valuable assets – their data, on their networks, in the cloud, and IoT.
For more information please visit www.visiumtechnologies.com.
About Great-Circle Technologies, Inc.
Great-Circle Technologies, Inc. leverages the best, whether the resources come from inside or outside of the company. It starts with mature technologies that can be tailored toward customer needs and orchestrated rather than integrated to minimize development and reduce cost. Whether using open source or commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies, the team prides itself on its ability to provide clients unparalleled service and products.
For more information please visit www.GCT.tech
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