Bandwidth is as important as algorithms as the military's wide array of sensors collects huge data sets.
There’s no silver bullet to handling huge sets of data, but the military is finding ways to put analytics to use.
Intelsat and others will study commercial provisioning of satellite tracking services under an Air Force contract.
Under these scenarios, vendors would either set up shop inside a DOD data center or operate from a modular container on the premises.
DOD needs to be prepared for the increased network complexity brought on by mobile command posts, UAVs and other data sources, SolarWinds’ Chris LaPoint writes.
Done well, big data analytics uncovers valuable nuggets of intelligence hidden inside mountains of structured, unstructured, real-time and legacy data assets, NetApp’s Greg Gardner writes.
Raytheon wins a $19.5 million contract to get started on the first three of what could be 35 systems, which will form the backbone of ground-based air defense.
Spending with defense vendors fell by 16 percent in 2013, according to a study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.