Application Specific for Network Centric Data Processing Technology
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DOD / ARMY
"Army AMCOM is developing network centric interoperability (NCI) technologies that can provide reduced data latency, increase processing efficiencies, improve bandwidth utilization, and enhance technical performance measures to the Army's and JointInteroperability's network centric warfare operations. This implies that NCI based network systems have to be able to perform beyond just efficient on-time data delivery, and further include versatile autonomous data processing functions for manyapplications, e.g., sensor fusion. This essentially calls for an entirely new network data communication and processing system that can fully support real time BM/C3I integration in one single network platform. To address this NCI demand, BroadataCommunications, Inc. (BCI) proposes to develop an Application Specific Computing Router or Application Specific CompuRouter (ASCoR) technology. The ASCoR will not only be an advanced switching router (e.g., today's switching routers that handlequality-of-service (QoS) IP/TDM/ATM data delivery), but it will also handle powerful application specific computer processing. ASCoR will identify and process a specific set of data packets for a designated application and deliver processed/analyzed datapackets to pre-specified locations (e.g., command centers) in real time or on a user-on-demand basis. In Phase I, the concept and feasibility of this proposed ASCoR network system will be developed. In addition to t
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Broadata Communications, Inc.
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