Tag Archives: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

TSPi to Integrate Checkmarx Software Security Tester at DOE National Laboratory

Technology Solutions Provider Inc., a supplier of Checkmarx products, has received a multi-year contract to integrate the latter's software security system for the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. TSPi will implement the Checkmarx-made Static Application Security Testing and Open Source Analysis platforms in the laboratory's software development life cycle, Checkmarx said Tuesday.

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Battelle Receives R&D 100 Awards for Pipeline Analysis Tool, Coal Liquefaction Method

Battelle has landed two awards from R&D Magazine for the nonprofit company’s software platform that works to analyze pipeline condition and method to convert coal into synthetic crude. The company said Tuesday its PipeAssess PI software and coal-to-liquids process won R&D Awards, while its partnership with the Ohio Soybean Council, Redwood Innovations and  Kentucky State University received …

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DHS Licenses 2 Cyber Tech Platforms to IP Group

The Department of Homeland Security has licensed two Pacific Northwest National Laboratory-built cybersecurity platforms to intellectual property firm IP Group through the science and technology directorate’s Transition to Practice program. IP Group transitioned the Digital Ants and MLSTONES platforms to Cynash, a newly created portfolio company that will work to integrate the …

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ZSofTech Gains License to Network Flow Analysis Tech via DHS Program

The Department of Homeland Security has licensed a network flow analysis platform to Atlanta-based information technology company zSofTech as part of a transition-to-market program managed by DHS’ science and technology directorate. DHS said Friday the Energy Department‘s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory developed the Network FLOW AnalyzER software application to inspect internet protocol in real time …

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DARPA Taps 5 Institutions to Develop ‘Graph Analytics Processors’ for Big Data Workloads

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has picked five organizations to create computing platforms designed to analyze and extract insights from large volumes of data. Intel, Northrop Grumman, Qualcomm Intelligent Solutions, Georgia Tech and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will develop “graph analytics processors” under the Hierarchical Identify Verify Exploit program, DARPA …

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DOE’s National Labs to Collaborate With 38 Small Businesses on Energy Tech Projects

The Energy Department has identified 38 small businesses that will partner with national laboratories to address technology challenges associated with the development of advanced energy systems. DOE said Friday the Small Business Vouchers program offers competitively-selected small businesses access to intellectual and technical resources at national laboratories. Eight laboratories will receive funds to support the partnership …

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Ceres Power, Cummins to Build Data Center Fuel Cell Tech Under DOE Contract

Cummins and Ceres Power will collaborate to develop fuel cell power generation technology for potential use in data centers under a $4.9 million contract awarded by the Energy Department. The partnership seeks to create a modular solid oxide fuel cell system in efforts to increase the efficiency of electrical systems by at least 60 percent and support distributed power applications up to 100 kilowatts, Ceres …

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DOE Selects 43 Small Businesses for Clean Energy Projects Under 2nd Round of SB Vouchers Pilot

The Energy Department has selected 43 small businesses to collaborate with 12 national laboratories to develop next-generation clean energy technology as part of the $8 million second round of the Small Business Vouchers pilot program. The small businesses will each receive vouchers worth up to $300,000 and the opportunity to work with the various …

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DOE to Help Fund NRECA’s Utility Cybersecurity Project

The Energy Department has chosen the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association to receive grant funds to develop and commercialize a tool for utilities to detect cyber attacks and compromised systems in near real-time. NRECA said Thursday its React project is based on the DoE-funded Essence prototype platform that NRECA built in partnership with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Honeywell …

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DHS Seeks Wearable First Responder Tech From Startup Companies

The Department of Homeland Security currently explores startup-developed wearable technologies that work to support first responders through a business accelerator program of the DHS science and technology directorate. DHS said it seeks startup companies that can provide body-worn electronics, advanced sensors and gear-embedded voice and data communication technologies as part of the EMERGE 2016: Wearable Technology accelerator …

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