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Raytheon announces Small Format Guard to secure data transfer for mobile and tactical forces
by Staff Writers
Washington DC (SPX) Nov 07, 2012


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Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions (RTCS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon has announced the addition of Small Format Guard to its cross domain product portfolio.

Small Format Guard is a software-based multilevel data transfer solution built specifically for mobile and tactical forces with strict size, weight, power and cooling (SWaP-C) requirements.

Based on the widely deployed High Speed Guard solution, Small Format Guard supports robust security protocols and is adaptable to specific mission needs.

Small Format Guard can operate on a single board computer, an Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) processor board or other x86, 64-bit ruggedized platforms providing hardware flexibility.

"Small Format Guard enables Raytheon to deliver its premier guard technology to a wider variety of customers and applications, from highly complex flying data centers with heavy redundancy requirements to land vehicle configurations," said Ed Hammersla, chief operating officer of RTCS.

"Small Format Guard delivers the flexibility and security to match the mission."

RTCS products are backed by a seasoned professional services team for installation and customer configuration.

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