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CenturyLink has changed the name of its data hosting business Savvis with the goal of reflecting a collective offering of enterprise information technology services. Savvis has been renamed CenturyLink Technology Solutions and will led by President Jeff Von Deylen, CenturyLink announced Tuesday. “Though our name is changing, our customers will continue to be served by the same […] More
Dr. Melvin Greer serves as senior fellow and chief strategist for service-oriented architecture and cloud computing at Lockheed Martin, where he brings more than 25 years of experience leading systems and software engineering efforts to the contractor’s advanced technology office. Greer is a principal investigator in advanced research studies, and has dedicated his efforts towards […] More
Four companies have won task orders worth up to $60 million combined to develop tools and sensors for the Department of Homeland Security to scan its network for security risks, Federal Times reported Thursday. Nicole Blake Johnson writes these awards fall under DHS’ $6 billion continuous monitoring program, which is handled by the General Services Administration. […] More
Raytheon Co. has launched a $125,000 scholarship program aimed to help students pursuing a four-year degree related to science, technology, engineering and math or any related field. The Raytheon- Zumwalt Scholarship, established through the Anchor Scholarship Foundation, is also meant to honor Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., a former chief of Naval Operations, Raytheon announced […] More
An industry team led by BAE Systems has won a $79 million contract to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency design technology for converting large volumes of sensor data into threat intelligence. DARPA seeks to build a device that can help defense organizations process information from multiple sensors and predict threat behaviors by using […] More
Boeing is collaborating with the Federal Aviation Administration and other stakeholders to complete the approval process for using “green diesel” as an aircraft fuel source in an effort to help reduce carbon emissions. Green diesel is a renewable energy for land transportation that can also be used for aviation and works to emit 50 percent less […] More
Tim Dowd, formerly a director at rapid drug-testing company eScreen, has joined Irvine, Calif.-based Accurate Background’s board of directors. Prior to his appointment, Dowd served on the eScreen board from 2008 to 2012, a period that saw the business record a twofold revenue and threefold EBITDA increase, Accurate Background said Tuesday. Dowd currently serves as president […] More
Boeing has transmitted a protected government signal through a military satellite by using new anti-jamming technology for a demonstration. The signal traveled through the company’s sixth Wideband Global SATCOM satellite with ViaSat’s anti-jamming commercial modem during the test on Dec. 15, Boeing said Monday. “This technology boosts the ability of warfighters to send protected information without enemy […] More
General Electric‘s intelligent platforms business has won a contract to provide the U.S. Air Force an embedded neuromorphic computing platform for use in wide-area surveillance applications, Military Aerospace & Electronics reported Thursday. The publication reports the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate in Rome, N.Y. selected a GE infrastructure that mimics human’s neuro-biological actions in […] More
Raytheon has been directed to restart production work on new defense radar systems for the U.S. Navy under a potential $1.6 billion contract. The company will continue to develop, integrate and test the Air and Missile Defense S-Band Radar and radar suite controller that is being built for the Arleigh Burke class destroyers, Raytheon said Monday. AMDR is built […] More
Sierra Nevada will collaborate with international space organizations to further develop the company’s Dream Chaser space taxi under a NASA commercial program, the Denver Business Journal reported Wednesday. Greg Avery writes that Sierra Nevada, the European Space Agency and the German Aerospace Center have forged an alliance to explore potential technologies for the spaceship. Mark Sirangelo, […] More
Frost & Sullivan has released a new study indicating a rise in demand for video analytics services to process and transmit full motion video files to U.S. troops for real-time ground intelligence. The research estimates the defense budget for the U.S. intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance video analytics market will decline from $1.2 billion in 2012 […] More
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