Jane Edwards

Marillyn Hewson: Lockheed to Keep Gov’t Cyber Business

Lockheed Martin will retain its government cybersecurity business as the company looks to potentially separate many of its information technology and technical services segments, CEO Marillyn Hewson told Defense News in an interview posted Monday. The company’s commercial cyber business is part of Lockheed’s IT and technical services business review, she said. “Market dynamics and changing customer priorities have …

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Northrop Holds Discussion on C4ISR Platforms; Kathy Warden, Gloria Flach Comment

Northrop Grumman has demonstrated several command, control, computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms designed to help uniformed personnel counter threats in the battlespace. The company presented its Citadel battle command system, Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar, Enterprise Airborne Gateway Network, Scalable Agile Beam Radar and other C4ISR tools during a …

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Avnet Technology Expands Distribution of Veeam Software’s Backup Platforms to Canada, US; Sergio Farache Comments

Avnet Technology Solutions will now integrate Veeam Software’s platforms with its portfolio of services in the U.S. and Canada following the expansion of a distribution agreement. Avnet said Wednesday Veeam’s software tools are designed to provide disaster recovery, backup and virtualization management support for data centers that enterprises use for …

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Orbital ATK to Produce Composite Parts for Airbus’ A350-1000; Steve Earl Comments

Orbital ATK will produce composite frames and stringers for installation on Airbus’ A350-1000 aircraft following the expansion of a contract between the two firms on the A350 program. Orbital ATK said Wednesday it currently manufactures composite structures for the A350-900 variant at its commercial aircraft facility in Clearfield, Utah, and has already supplied …

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Harris Secures $15M Navy Follow-On Order for Submarine Acoustic Sensors; Jim Brunelle Comments

Harris Corp. will provide acoustic sensors for installation on the U.S. Navy’s Virginia-class submarines under a four-year, $15 million follow-on order. The company said Wednesday the acoustic sensor components will be integrated with the Light Weight Wide Aperture Array platform on the service branch’s 10 submarines. The sensors are designed to facilitate …

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