- BATM said it had enhanced its cyber security offering to make it compatible with Arm architecture.

The company also announced that it had received an additional follow-on contract from a government defence department.

The new order, which had a value of $0.6m and would mostly be delivered in 2019, was for enhancements to the software cyber security products that the customer previously bought from the group. BATM said it had enhanced its T-Sense product, which was a software-based smart network sensor able to discover and classify network devices, applications, services and activities over the network, so that it was compatible with Arm architecture as well as Intel-based platforms, the company said. 'As a result, T-Sense is now able to leverage the advantages of all major infrastructures, which expands its addressable market. This enhanced product will be available to customers in 2020,' it added.

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