Leidos-AT&T Team to Help DISA Implement Software-Based Network; Anthony Robbins Comments

Leidos-AT&T Team to Help DISA Implement Software-Based Network; Anthony Robbins Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting eventA team of Leidos and AT&T has received a task order from the Defense Information Systems Agency to help transform the Department of Defense Information Network to a software-based network.

Leidos said Monday the team will engineer and deploy software-defined networking controller technology into DoDIN’s backbone under the task order.

The technology uses an AT&T-built open framework that supports the automation of network services and serve as foundation for a complete software-defined enterprise, Leidos added.

Leidos-AT&T Team to Help DISA Implement Software-Based Network; Anthony Robbins Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Anthony Robbins

“Software-defined networking is changing how enterprises connect and conduct their business,” said Anthony Robbins, vice president of the defense segment at AT&T’s global public sector arm.

Robbins added the AT&T-Leidos partnership aims to help DISA evolve its network in support of national defense.

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