Lockheed wins $90M in contracts to support intell-sharing solution

Lockheed Martin has won two contracts totaling $90 million with the Navy to support a cross-domain intelligence sharing solution.

The solution, known as Radiant Mercury, was developed in 1992. Now in its fourth generation, Radiant Mercury ensures that data transferring from one network domain to another undergoes high levels of scrutiny while also allowing that data to be accessed by those with appropriate security levels, Lockheed said in a release.

The system supports simultaneous data flows to hundreds of channels, interfaces with most major C4ISR systems and supports most transport, network and data link protocols, Lockheed Martin said.

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