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Cubic’s GATR Technologies Subsidiary to Debut Portable Satcom Antenna, Modem Offerings

GATR Technologies, a Cubic subsidiary, will unveil a foldable satellite communications antenna along with a modem technology based on iDirect‘s Velocity product line at the Satellite 2017 convention in Washington, D.C. Cubic said Tuesday the GATR-FLEX satcom antenna and GATR 950 modem will offer an integrated data transfer terminal platform that can work …

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Mercury Systems Unveils Mission Computing Tech Portfolio for Defense and Aerospace Markets

Mercury Systems has introduced a set of products designed to help address mission computing, avionics and platform management requirements of defense and commercial aerospace organizations. The Mercury Mission Systems product line is comprised of avionics-certified Ethernet and input/output systems, command and control processors, flight test computers, graphics and video processing, mission computers and primary flight control units, the …

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Palo Alto Networks Releases New Firewall Devices, Updated Security Platform

Palo Alto Networks has unveiled new purpose-built hardware and virtual firewall appliances that work to offer threat prevention and SSL decryption functions in efforts to prevent cyber attacks across cloud, endpoint and network environments. The company said Tuesday the new appliances support the release of the updated Next-Generation Security Platform with more than 70 …

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LookingGlass Intros Automated Security Appliance

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions has rolled out a zero-touch security appliance offering designed to help users operationalize threat intelligence into an organization’s network. The company said Tuesday the ScoutShield Threat Intelligence Gateway offers malware and phishing protection along with a capacity to quarantine already-compromised devices to prevent contact with command-and-control servers. ScoutShield also works …

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DISA Files Notice of Corrective Action With GAO Over Army Artillery Data System Contract Award to Leidos

The Defense Information Systems Agency has submitted a dismissal request and notice of corrective action to the Government Accountability Office after two companies protested the award of a contract to Leidos for a new joint and coalition command-and-control fires support platform, Defense News reported Thursday. A spokesman for DISA said the …

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Curtiss-Wright Unveils New Rugged Mission Computer for Military, Civilian Vehicles

Curtiss-Wright has rolled out a new mission computer system designed for civil and military command-and-control embedded computing applications, fixed-wind aircraft and helicopters, ground vehicles and maritime vessels, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday. The report noted that the ultra-small-form-factor Parvus DuraCOR 312 computer offers high-performance embedded computing and general-purpose graphics processing for deep learning, electronic …

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Rockwell Collins Awarded 5-Year DISA Data Link Service Contract

Rockwell Collins has secured a potential five-year contract from the Defense Information System Agency to provide data link services to U.S. government and military aircraft. The Data Link Service Provider 4 contract covers command-and-control communications, global flight planning, flight deck safety and broadband cabin services for vehicles such as the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command Transport …

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Northrop Flies Hawkeye Aircraft Equipped With Aerial Refueling System

Northrop Grumman has conducted the first flight of an E-2D Advanced Hawkeye  jet fitted with a new aerial refueling system that company designed to extend the aircraft’s mission time capacity. The company said Thursday the updated E-2D airborne early warning aircraft includes new electrical and lighting, endurance seats, probe and associated piping to support …

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Eastern Shipbuilding Group Taps Northrop to Design Coast Guard Cutters’ C4ISR & Machinery Control Systems

Northrop Grumman has secured a contract from Eastern Shipbuilding Group to design C4ISR and machinery control systems on U.S. Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Cutter ships for future vessels with updated weapon systems, electronics, range and endurance capacities. Northrop said Monday the design will also have a larger flight deck to accommodate aircraft operations in severe …

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PAR Technology Subsidiary to Operate, Maintain Air Force Global Communication Station

A PAR Technology subsidiary has received a $5.2 million subcontract from Delta Solutions & Strategies to support a U.S. Air Force-run global communication station in Puerto Rico. Rome Research Corp. will operate and maintain USAF’s Air Combat Command High Frequency Global Communication System-Puerto Rico Station, the company said Thursday. HFGCS-PRS is one of the …

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John Karas: Lockheed Submits Bid, Reveals Subcontractors for Air Force ICBM Replacement Program

Lockheed Martin has submitted its proposal for the U.S. Air Force's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile replacement program and named the companies that will work as subcontractors on the program, the National Defense Magazine reported Thursday. Vivienne Machi writes John Karas, a vice president and ground-based strategic deterrent program manager at Lockheed, said …

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Mercury Systems Introduces New Rackmount Server for Defense Sector; Shaun McQuaid Comments

Mercury Systems has unveiled a rackmount server for the defense sector designed to perform mission processing, sensor processing and cybersecurity applications at the annual Association of the U.S. Army meeting in Washington. The company said Oct. 3 the ATX-class servers will work to address market demand for systems to protect mission-required functions …

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Navy Explores Industry Sources to Facilitate New Defense Systems R&D Project

The U.S. Navy has begun a market survey in search of potential vendors that can help the service branch to research and develop new technology that will work to advance defense systems-related scientific and technical data. A sources source notice posted Wednesday on FedBizOpps stated the Naval Surface Warfare Center-Panama City division looks to conduct weapons …

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Vencore’s Research Arm to Help Lockheed Develop Radio-Frequency Mapping Software for DARPA

A Vencore subsidiary has secured a $5 million contract to develop a new radio-frequency mapping software under phase three of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Advanced Radio Frequency Mapping program. Vencore Labs will act as a subcontractor for Lockheed Martin to create new platforms to help the Defense Department provide battlefield situational awareness of RF spectrum usage, …

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