BAE to help NSA with high-performance computing needs

BAE Systems has won a $127 million, multiyear contract from the National Security Agency to furnish infrastructure and software development support to the agency's High Performance Computing Infrastructure Group, the company said March 6.

Through the agreement, BAE Systems will furnish architecture, installation and administration for a networking environment that supports multiple enclaves and high-speed data center access, the company said.

In addition, the company will administer 24/7 server and desktop customer support to more than 3,000 users. The contract consolidates the work of three previous NSA contracts under one.

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