Draper Lab to Help Navy Develop Multi-Chip Microprocessors

electronics-motherboard-microchip_EBizCharles Stark Draper Laboratory has been awarded a five-year, $25.2 million contract by the U.S. Navy to support the controlled technical services work of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren division.

Under the program, Draper will aid in the development of miniature multichip processors and other related technologies, the Defense Department said Monday.

The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based lab will also conduct engineering and technical services, assessment and fabrication support for technology demonstration, engineering refinement, experiments and operational studies.

DoD expects Draper to complete work under the sole-source contract in February 2021.

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