View post tag: Navy View post tag: Northrop Northrop Grumman Corporation announced Monday that it will submit a bid for the U.S. Navy Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services (CANES) full deployment contract. “The CANES program is critical to modernizing the Navy afloat network for enhanced security, affordability and delivering relevant capabilities to the warfighter,” said Mike Twyman, vice president and general manager of the Defense Systems division of Northrop Grumman Information Systems. “With our experience on the development and limited deployment phase, we and our team members are confident we will offer a solution to best achieve the Navy’s mission and objectives.”Twyman added, “We stand ready to produce and help accelerate the delivery of CANES to the fleet.”Northrop Grumman’s CANES solution offers considerable cost and performance improvements over existing shipboard networks including a modernized C4I architecture with increased security and reduced development, deployment and life cycle costs.Consolidation through CANES will eliminate many legacy standalone shipboard networks and provide a common computing environment for dozens of C4I applications. Northrop Grumman uses its Modular Open Systems Approach-CompetitiveTM (MOSA-CTM) strategic business and engineering process to enable continuous competition on the program, thereby driving down life cycle costs. MOSA-CTM ensures vendor-neutral, enduring solutions that improve interoperability and lower the total cost of ownership.[mappress]Press Release, June 4, 2013; Image: Northrop Grumman View post tag: warfighter View post tag: CANES View post tag: US June 4, 2013 View post tag: bid View post tag: americas View post tag: Naval Northrop Grumman to Bid for US Navy’s CANES Deployment Contract View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today Northrop Grumman to Bid for US Navy’s CANES Deployment Contract Equipment & technology View post tag: Defence View post tag: Deployment View post tag: contract View post tag: Grumman Share this article
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