Leidos, Cray forge security product alliance

Leidos and Seattle-based supercomputer manufacturer Cray have formed an alliance to sell security products to federal and commercial customers.

The team's multi-level security offerings will include Cray's CS series of cluster supercomputers in an effort to help enterprises consolidate multiple computing systems into a single environment accessible to teams at varying security clearance levels.

Both companies view the alliance as a response to increases in cyber attacks and customer demand to reduce time-to-market on new product offerings.

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