SAIC, EduLink Form Alliance<@VM>GTSI Offers Solutions Of Solid Data Systems<@VM>Raytheon Taps EMC For Classified Data
Science Applications International Corp. and EduLink Inc. have signed
an agreement to jointly market selected products and services to
schools and government education organizations.
The alliance is an extension of EduLink's ongoing relationship with San Diego-based integrator SAIC, which has helped develop the technologies for EduLink products, such as the Smart Schoolhouse.
While the alliance can be expanded, the two companies initially will target public, private and charter schools (K-12), public and private higher education, state education departments, the Education Department and other education-related organizations.
EduLink of Beverly Hills, Calif., provides programs, learning tools and curriculum for teachers, students and parents.GTSI Corp. has added Solid Data Systems' file-caching solutions to its government offerings. GTSI of Chantilly, Va., will sell the solutions through contracts with NASA and the National Institutes of Health.
Teaming with GTSI, the largest government reseller, will enable Solid Data Systems to expand its reach within the government, said Gene Bowles, chief executive officer for Solid Data Systems, Santa Clara, Calif.
The company's file-caching solutions accelerate the processing time for e-business databases, messaging, e-mail and other applications.Raytheon Co. has selected EMC Corp.'s enterprise storage systems for Raytheon's eCenter Technologies data center in Aurora, Colo.
Raytheon of Lexington, Mass., uses the data center to process classified data from U.S. intelligence satellites. The company has implemented EMC E-Infostructure at the core of its eCenter Technologies for commercial customers to handle sensitive information such as financial, health records and insurance records.
EMC of Hopkinton, Mass., provides information storage systems, software, network and services. The company had $8.9 billion in 2000 revenue and 24,200 employees.