Assessing Aegis Program Transition to an Open-Architecture Model
To reduce the costs of maintaining the Aegis system, and to take advantage of rapidly evolving commercial computing technology, the U.S. Navy is moving toward open-architecture software, a common source code library, and commercial, off-the-shelf processors. This report examines the potential benefits of this new model, the pace of upgrades, and the best way for the Navy to maximize the technological and financial benefits.
Subjects: History, Technology
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