IBM and the AFRL are working on AI computer technology designed to replicate human perception.
General Dynamics Information Technology is upgrading web-based modeling and simulation technologies to prepare soldiers for emerging chemical and biological attacks.
The agreement is designed to improve processing of big-data analytics and expedite movement to the cloud.
Chipmaker Intel Corp. and four others will develop a graph analytics processor to help find relationships in big data.
The Advanced Display Core Processor computes 87 billion instructions per second.
Almost half a billion dollars allotted for commercial cloud infrastructure within DISA milCloud.
Textron’s RVcloud web-based software is designed to view and compare up to eight images and graphics simultaneously.
The Pentagon has found that its traditional methods of designing and buying cyber weapons are ill suited for this fast-changing battlefield.