Rugged computer systems from CSPI to support Navy Aegis shipboard combat system

BILLERICA, MA, July 7, 2009. Shipboard combat systems designers at Lockheed Martin Corp. needed multicomputer systems to support a Radar Scene Generation program, which will provide test and evaluation for the Aegis combat system at the U.S. Navy's Combat System Engineering Development Site in Moorestown, N.J.

BILLERICA, MA, July 7, 2009.Shipboard combat systems designers at Lockheed Martin Corp. needed multicomputer systems to support a Radar Scene Generation program, which will provide test and evaluation for the Aegis combat system at the U.S. Navy's Combat System Engineering Development Site in Moorestown, N.J.

They found their rugged computer solution from CSP Inc. In Billerica, Mass. CSPI is providing Lockheed Martin's Surface/Sea-based Missile Defense Systems business with additional FastCluster systems under terms of a $1.6 million contract.

FastCluster systems feature an open architecture environment and are easily integrated into a variety of radar applications, CSPI officials say.

For more information contact CSPI online at www.cspi.com.

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