Boeing Updates Data Transfer Platform; Jonathan Moneymaker Comments

BoeingLogo1 EbizBoeing has extended the data management capabilities of its technology that works to help users transfer information across multiple secure networks.

XMeritus HardwareWall has new features such as an XML programming language for storing files and a web user interface for managing documents remotely, Boeing said Wednesday.

Jonathan Moneymaker, Boeing intelligence systems group director, said the company updated the platform for customers to route data using a single command.

The system also seeks to reduce configuration time by 50 percent and help users analyze and diagnose errors.

The offering includes data labeling, access controls and various content review processes to promote the fast and secure flow of information.

Boeing is slated to exhibit HardwareWall at the GEOINT 2013 Symposium that will take place in Tampa, Fla. from Oct. 13 through 16.

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