Datacube named part of Raytheon's SeaPort Enhanced team

JUNE 1--Datacube Inc. (Danvers, MA; www.datacube.com) has been selected as a member of Raytheon's SeaPort Enhanced team.

JUNE 1--Datacube Inc. (Danvers, MA; www.datacube.com) has been selected as a member of Raytheon's SeaPort Enhanced team. Seaport Enhanced is a multiple award contract totaling more than $3.8 billion that provides engineering, technical, and programmatic support services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) and their subordinate divisions. These contracts are administered by Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).

SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) extends the current procurement vehicle, SeaPort, by leveraging SeaPort's successful business model and efficiencies. The integration of SeaPort and SeaPort-e emphasizes NAVSEA's commitment to its customers and industry partners. Together, SeaPort and SeaPort-e will help NAVSEA reduce costs and promote business efficiencies in the effort to lead the Navy on a successful course. For additional information on SeaPort Enhanced go to: www.seaport.navy.mil/.

Team members will participate in these contracts in accordance with their areas of expertise. "Datacube is proud to have been selected by Raytheon as a member of its SeaPort Enhanced team," notes Glen Ahearn, vice president of North American Sales for Datacube. "We bring experience in reducing image-processing algorithms to practice with real-time hardware and software implementations."

Datacube is a supplier of image-processing hardware, software, and systems. From cost-effective frame grabbers to ultrahigh-performance pipeline image processors, Datacube products have consistently earned high marks of distinction for their ability to solve some of the industry's most demanding industrial and scientific imaging applications. Since Datacube's founding in 1978, OEMs, system integrators, and volume end-users throughout the semiconductor, electronics, medical, military, aerospace, and discrete manufacturing industries have used Datacube for solutions to their high-bandwidth image-processing and analysis requirements.

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