Raytheon BBN Technologies will create architectures, protocols and network devices that will improve network capabilities and integrity for tactical military units.
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On the FOSE 2011 show floor, you can match wits with Watson, hang out at the BlackBerry Lounge, spend time at the Mobile Apps Theater and take in a full roster of live demonstrations.
Raytheon subsidiary BBN Technologies will design and integrate an information architecture for wireless small module satellites for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The reduction in headcount by 14 percent is driven by a need to revive profit growth.
SRA International Inc. will continue supporting the Drug Enforcement Administration, having successfully won the recompeted 10-year, $72.9 million Firebird Infrastructure Technology Services II contract.
Level 3 Communications and Sprint Nextel are losing opportunities for federal agency telecommucations overhaul, report states.
Iron Bow Technologies will build a new network infrastructure for the Social Security Administration under a blanket purchase agreement valued at $120 million.
Videoconferencing is becoming a compelling technology that can allow government customers to collaborate without leaving their offices or spending time and money on travel.
Raytheon Co. has won the nation's initial competitive Public Safety Long Term Evolution contract, the first under the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program for recipients of the FCC's 700 MHz Broadband Waiver.
More companies are turning to the cloud for infrastructure and applications, what can their transition teach the rest of us?
Harris Corp. will establish a digital radio system to support public-safety first responders across the 518 square miles of Floyd County, Ga., under a $23.6 million county contract.
Companies will now compete to help VA improve communications with veterans.
Hughes Network Systems LLC has unveiled a group of services called Connect & Express for Government to provide remote government agencies and offices with affordable broadband Internet service.
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Reports say RIM may be on its last legs, but we aren't writing them off just yet.
The Federal Trade Commission approved Microsoft's bid to buy Skype for an estimated $8.5 billion.