Tag Archives: Intel

DLT to Offer Govt Clients Endpoint Security Support Through Intel Partnership

Intel Security has chosen DLT Solutions as a support provider for the former’s portfolio of endpoint protection offerings in the public sector market. DLT said Tuesday it will offer first- and second-level technical support services to government customers as a platinum member of Intel Security’s partner program. The two companies entered into a partnership agreement in March …

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CSRA-Led Team Completes Updates to NIH Supercomputing Infrastructure

A consortium led by CSRA has expanded a supercomputing cluster at the National Institutes of Health’s Center for Information Technology in an effort to help NIH researchers process and analyze large data sets. The company and its partners added the latest computing power increment to the Biowulf infrastructure that NIH uses to perform computations in genomics, image processing, statistical …

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Intel’s Jason Kimrey on Supercomputing at Federal Agencies & Industry’s Role in Cyber Framework Adoption

Jason Kimrey is a 13-year veteran of Intel and serves as the chip maker’s U.S. federal area director, where he leads a business development team focused on technology products and services for defense and civilian agencies. Intel’s focus areas for federal agencies include high-performance computing as the company is partnering with the Energy …

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UAS Magazine: Intel Seeks Unmanned Market Expansion Through Drone Tech Development & Advisory Roles

Intel is continuing its push establish a presence in the unmanned aerial systems market through the development of obstacle avoidance technology and advisory roles of the company’s leaders in the UAS community, UAS Magazine reported Monday. Luke Geiver writes the company has integrated and tested its RealSense sensor package to measure its capacity to provide …

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General Dynamics, Army Select General Micro Systems Computer for WIN-T Increment 2

Rancho Cucamonga, California-based electronics manufacturer General Micro Systems‘ rugged computer has been selected for installation into the second increment of the U.S. Army‘s Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, Military & Aerospace reported Friday. John Keller writes General Dynamics and Army Program Executive Office Command Control Communications-Tactical officials will use the GMS S902R Golden-Eye III system …

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DT Research to Supply Additional Rugged Tablets to Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve has awarded a contract to DT Research to expand the deployment of company-built DT311H rugged tablets at Army-run facilities to support the military branch’s training and logistics activities. DT Research said Monday the award represents the second rugged tablets supply contract the company received from Army Reserve this year. The DT311H …

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HyTrust Collaborates with NIST, Industry Partners to Develop Trusted Geolocation in Cloud Service

HyTrust has worked with the National Institute of Science and Technology and industry partners Intel, RSA and VMware to create the NIST IR 7904 and a proof-of-concept designed to allow secured geolocation in cloud computing environments. Trusted geolocation functions work to monitor the deployment and execution of virtual machines or a workload with reliance on …

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Intel, Samsung Create Industry Forum to Develop IoT Policy Recommendations

Intel, Samsung have launched an interactive dialogue that seeks to convene technology industry stakeholders to develop Internet of Things policy recommendations for U.S. lawmakers. Samsung said Wednesday the National IoT Strategy Dialogue was created in response to technology leaders’ call for a forum that can help industry and Congress to realize the potential advantages of IoT technology for …

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Joe Euteneuer: Rivada Networks Forms Team to Bid for FirstNet Contract

Rivada Networks has formed a consortium of technology firms to pursue a contract to build a 4G LTE broadband wireless network for public safety organizations in the U.S. The Rivada Mercury team includes Harris Corp., Intel‘s security business, Ericsson, Nokia,  Fujitsu Network Communications and Black & Veatch and aims to offer a national emergency services network in the …

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Cubic Subsidiary Unveils 2 Mobile Virtualization Servers; Mike Barthlow Comments

A Cubic Corp. subsidiary has rolled out two virtualization servers designed to operate in space-constrained, rugged or tactical environments. DTECH Labs‘ new Mobile Modular Micro-Secure Enclave servers M3-SE-VSVR-P and M3-SE-VSAN-P are built to support hyper-converged infrastructure and multiple small-form-factor virtual machines, Cubic said Wednesday. Mike Barthlow, vice president of secure networking at Cubic’s global defense segment, said DTECH developed the mobile servers …

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Hitachi Launches New Business Group in Silicon Valley for Internet-of-Things Market Push

Japan-based industrial conglomerate Hitachi Ltd. has established a business unit to help drive the company’s Internet of Things research-and-development and go-to-market  strategic efforts. Hitachi Insight Group, led by Keiji Kojima, will offer IoT-based technologies and services meant to help government and enterprise customers achieve smart city, energy, healthcare and industrial goals through actionable …

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AUVSI Adds Woolpert SVP Jeff Lovin to Board of Directors

Jeff Lovin, a nearly 30-year veteran of Woolpert and currently senior vice president and director of the company’s government solutions business, has joined the board of directors of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. He will serve a three-year term in the association that works to promote and supports the interests of …

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DLT, SimpliVity Forge Data Center Consultation Partnership for Federal Agencies

DLT Solutions has partnered with hyperconverged infrastructure company SimpliVity in an effort to help federal agencies manage and operate their data centers. The alliance will work to unite all IT infrastructure and services below the hypervisor level and help organizations take control of their networks through virtualized workload protection, DLT said Tuesday. Brian Strosser, …

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