Elizabeth Leigh

NetScout Service Assurance Portfolio Secures Interoperability, Common Criteria Certifications; Tom Casey Comments

NetScout Systems’ line of service assurance applications has received certification from the Defense Information Systems Agency after the products met the information assurance and interoperability requirements of the Defense Department for inclusion in the Unified Capabilities Approved Products List. The company said Wednesday its nGeniusONE Unified Performance Management and nGeniusONE InfiniStream …

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Carahsoft, Gantech Partner on VMware End-User Computing; Will Jones Comments

Carahsoft Technology has agreed to combine VMware licenses with Gantech’s managed services to help clients of the Reston, Virginia-based company’s reseller partners to accelerate deployment and adoption of a VMware end-user computing platform. Under the partnership, Gantech will provide patching, desktop administration, incident reporting and capacity management services to Carahsoft’s VMware resellers, Carahsoft …

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NOAA Taps Exelis for ‘Weather-Ready Nation’ Program; Eric Webster Comments

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has selected Exelis to become a Weather-Ready Nation ambassador to help promote readiness against severe weather conditions and climate change-related disasters. Exelis said Thursday it will leverage its Helios digital platform to validate ground weather conditions in real-time as part of its participation in …

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Raytheon Secures $77M FAA Contract for Weather Processing Systems; Michael Espinola Comments

Raytheon has been awarded a $77 million contract to upgrade weather data systems and information display technologies for the Federal Aviation Administration as part of the NextGen Weather Processor platform. Under the contract, Raytheon will equip the backend program used for weather prediction with advanced processing and 4D modeling capabilities …

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Parsons Lands $310M Contract to Upgrade Chicago Airport People Mover; Todd Wager Comments

Parsons has secured a $310 million contract with the Chicago Department of Aviation to upgrade the automated transit system at O’Hare International Airport. Under the design-build agreement, Parsons will extend the ATS tracks by 2,000 feet to accommodate a car rental facility as well as perform replacement work on the existing system that …

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Fuel3D Secures In-Q-Tel Investment For 3D Scanning Tech

In-Q-Tel has poured investment into Fuel3D to help develop the company’s 3D scanning system for applications in an effort to help IQT’s clients with national defense and intelligence missions. Fuel3D said Wednesday its Scanify 3D point-and-shoot scanner can be used for 3D printing or on-screen applications in biometrics, sport and orthopedics, among other areas. Launched in …

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RRC Secures $3.7M Air Force IT Subcontract with Rylex; Stephen Lynch Comments

PAR Technology subsidiary Rome Research Corp. will provide technical support services for the U.S. Air Force’s 88th Communications Group under a $3.7 million subcontract with Rylex Consulting. Under the deal, RRC will configure, deploy and troubleshoot servers, computers and data systems that are linked to the Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network and …

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AIS Unveils Touch Panel PCs, HMI Panels for Pharmacy Mgmt Systems

American Industrial Systems has rolled out new human machine interface systems and touch panel displays that can be attached to pharmacy automation systems and drug dispensing devices. The company expects the integration of Web-based HMI touch panels with automated medication dispensing systems to help nurses, pharmacists and other health workers work toward faster workflows, minimized …

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