- The partnership will produce fit-for-purpose solutions for customers across government agencies, defence contractors and the Armed Forces.
- Hadean and Microsoft have already worked together to deliver a cloud-distributed simulation to the British Army Collective Training Transformation Programme.
- The simulation will be demonstrated at the I/ITSEC 2022 Innovation Center on Nov 30.
Metaverse infrastructure startup, Hadean, today announced a partnership with Microsoft Azure to power the digital transformation of the defence industrial base with scalable, interoperable, and secure cloud-based military training capabilities.
In this partnership, Hadean’s metaverse infrastructure will integrate with Microsoft Azure to deliver fit-for-purpose solutions for customers across government agencies, defence contractors and the Armed Forces.
Both companies have already worked together to deliver a cloud-distributed simulation to the British Army Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP), set to be demonstrated at the I/ITSEC 2022 Innovation Center on Nov 30 at 11:20 AM.
With its metaverse infrastructure, Hadean will also further empower defence simulation with next-generation cloud-powered solutions for cross-domain integration, rapid data-driven decision making and improved resilience.
“Working closely with innovative technology providers is a critical way that we bring new capability to defence and intelligence missions,” said Gus MacGregor-Millar, GM, Worldwide Defence & Intelligence, Microsoft. “Having supported Hadean in its early growth years through the Microsoft for Start-Ups programme, we are pleased to collaborate further with them to help allied defence customers harness the full potential of cloud-based training and simulation solutions and realise mission impact through next-generation capabilities.”
Founded in 2015, Hadean’s Web3 technology allows its customers to build, run and monetise immersive virtual environments and experiences. The company raised $30 million in a Series A round in September. To date, Hadean has worked with organisations such as Microsoft, Minecraft, Epic Games, Sony, Gamescoin, Pixelynx, CAE, BAE Systems, Thales and Francis Crick Institute.
“Microsoft is a trusted partner in defence and intelligence with a track-record of delivering secure cloud services that empower system integrators and transform capabilities to meet the requirements of modern militaries. We’re excited to deepen our relationship with a new collaboration and combine our expertise to push the limit of what is possible with cloud computing, enhance Microsoft Azure and pioneer capabilities for military training and simulation,” said Hadean CEO, Craig Beddis.
Sign up to the world’s biggest crypto exchange Binance to buy and sell cryptocurrencies.
Stay up to date: