Raytheon's High Speed Guard achieves approval for Secret and Below Interoperability
- Cross domain solution supports big data transfer for both DoD and civilian environments
Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions (RTCS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), today announced that its High Speed Guard (HSG) big data transfer solution has received Cross Domain System Authorization and Authority to Operate for Secret and Below Interoperability (SABI).
This allows government customers to connect to networks classified at secret and below, and enables them to start the SABI site test and evaluation toward full system accreditation.
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Raytheon's HSG solution is a commercial-off-the-shelf product that enables the rapid transfer of all types of data across multiple networks at different classification levels. With the industry's fastest bi-directional transfer rates of any guard technology and proven sustained transfer rates of more than nine gigabits per second, HSG is ideally suited for large-scale deployments that require rapid, automated data transfer.
"The federal customer who spearheaded the SABI certification and accreditation for HSG has seen their daily transfer requirements grow exponentially over the years," said Ed Hammersla, chief operating officer of Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions. "Raytheon's HSG has been instrumental in allowing customers to more efficiently manage big data."
RTCS' HSG has been enabling big data transfer for 15 years in support of a wide variety of programs and has been approved to move data between the nation's most sensitive networks at a Protection Level 4 for Top Secret/SCI and Below Interoperability (TSABI) since 2001. This SABI approval is the next step in the product evolution allowing Raytheon to support an even larger range of missions.
Source : Raytheon Corporation (NYSE: RTN)