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We never thought we'd write a post like this but Boeing has really wowed us. Their new Counter-Electronics High Power Microwave Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP)has made history, providing a non-kinetic alternative to existing missile technology and providing to be a win for the whole EMS community.
"This technology marks a new era in modern-day warfare," said Keith Coleman, CHAMP program manager for Boeing Phantom Works. "In the near future, this technology may be used to render an enemy’s electronic and data systems useless even before the first troops or aircraft arrive."
Yes, that includes COM, and the tech that records it, like our own Voxida DVRS for defense applications. And we couldn't be happier. Imagine a conflict with minimal casualties and collateral damage. We'll take it, even if that means that a Voxida DVRS takes a day off. We're kidding, of course, as our systems stay with the folks that will likely fire, not receive, said missile. Which is all the more great. Hats off, Boeing! Read more.
Our CMO, Kate Haley, is quoted by the Association of Old Crows in this article about the AOC International Symposium on Arming the Spectrum Warrior. We will be supporting her efforts to-- how did she put it?-- bring in the youngsters.
We have all been learning a lot about the latest developments in Electronic Warfare (EW) and are excited to see this technology move forward while recruiting more members to this excellent organization.
Have ideas on how to better serve the EW community and recruit Gen Y Crows? Contact Kate on LinkedIn. You can also Learn more about the AOC and Accurate Always' COTS communications recording solutions for defense here.
Sequestration is often a dirty word. While one can only speculate as to what the coming months will hold, it should be noted that Obama administration again has told defense firms that they shouldn't issue layoff notices because of sequestration and additionally has offered a deal. Read more.
Now, we're not the type to complain but it's really hard to work around the cleaning staff sometimes. Sure, they come "off-hours" but as any geek knows, there's no such thing. While dodging dust mops last Friday night, it occurred to us that the real problem is that we've been leaving this to civilians. Fear not, however, we have a call into these guys:
Enterprise communications montitoring and recording support was broadened today, as detailed on the updated on Accurate Always' website today.
Call Recording Solutions for Enterprise PBX, by Manufacturer:
Alcatel PBX Call Recording
Avaya PBX Call Recording
Cisco Call Recording
Ericsson PBX Call Recording
Inter-Tel PBX Call Recording
Mitel PBX Call Recording
NEC PBX Call Recording
Nortel PBX Call Recording
Siemens PBX Call Recording
To obtain additional information about PBX model support for VoIP call recording or to record TDM calls, please contact Accurate Always. You can also read more about communications recording for aerospace or mission data recording for defense here.
The Pentagon for five years argued the second engine was an unnecessary expense while supporters in Congress kept funding the project, maintaining that competition with an engine built by United Technologies Corp unit Pratt & Whitney would ultimately produce savings for taxpayers.
HALF MOON BAY, CA (March 8, 2011); Accurate Always, Inc., a leading provider of communications recording and monitoring solutions, announced today that it has opened an office in the Huntsville, Alabama area to serve their rapidly expanding customer base and respond to the growing demand for comprehensive recording solutions for defense, security and emergency services. The Alabama office expands Accurate Always’ offering of governmental solutions while providing local sales and support for its customers in the South Eastern region of the US.
"Homeland security and increased requirements for mission-critical communications recording systems have expanded interest and our customer base in the region," said Roger Haley, director of new business development at the Accurate Always Alabama office. “Given the current governmental budgeting climate, our customers are focused on finding cost-effective, agile call and video recording solutions that have a low cost of ownership and a historically high ROI. To support their efforts, and to speed deployment, we are expanding our local resources."
The new office is located at:
Accurate Always, Inc.
15216 Jones Road
Athens, AL 35613
About Accurate Always
Accurate Always provides the tools organizations need to record, monitor, retrieve and manage their voice and video communications with their Voxida systems. Voxida serves a variety of market segments, including healthcare, aerospace, defense and other diverse contact centers, worldwide. Voxida is used to reduce liability, ensure compliance and to improve customer interaction quality while easily fitting into existing work-flows and onsite technology. Interactions can be retrieved, reported on and monitored using a single user-friendly interface, in standalone or multi-site environments. Accurate Always has customers on five continents including BAE Systems, BP, Bell Helicopter, Boeing, CSC, DHL, Lockheed Martin, SAIC, Stanford University, and all branches of the US military in domestic and foreign deployments. For more information, visit www.accuratealways.com
Accurate Always, Inc’s Media Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
At a point, we have to pause and realize that the aerospace industry has made huge advancements through forward-looking innovation and collaboration. A cause to celebrate: the US has some of the most sophisticated aircraft in the world. But, this is hardly news.
I just wanted to mention that we still don't have it quite like the little guys. They require no equipment and are perfectly optimized, in their diversity, for varied missions.
See our other flighted friends in "Aviators By Design and Assistance by Necessity" now
Yep, it's true: We may be light on Fighters. The United States Air Force, like the Navy and Marine Corps, is keen on landing the newest models. Over the next 25 years, that is. Meanwhile, the current fighter aircraft are thinking about their golden years of blissful retirement.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has published a study that addresses the DoD plans, as well as budgetary, as well as tactical, concerns. You can see the report, Alternatives for Modernizing U.S. Fighter Forces here.
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