Core Systems Incorporated, a leading global provider of rugged computer solutions, has provided the Avaya Shipboard Team with rugged COTS servers, Core custom servers, and displays for many different US Navy hull ships. Systems have been installed and deployed in six different USS CVN’s and 2 different LCS’s, including the USS Freedom LCS-1 ported at the Naval Base San Diego. Core Systems also has installed systems in the Navy School House in San Diego for systems training to the Navy, and in multiple government systems verification and training labs.
Avaya also won a 5-year IVCS re-compete for CG and DDG class Destroyers, which include the Core Systems’ servers and displays. The anticipated build of these 28 – 32 ships will take place over the next 5 years with procurements starting in the calendar year of 2015.
“The Avaya Federal Sales Leadership Team has seen our relationship with Core Systems grow from a supplier status to a real industry partner in the US Navy Shipboard arena. Core Systems has become a truly valued partner with us and I look forward to many years of business growth and prosperity. This partnership has been successful in delivering to the US Navy a streamlined, consistent Shipboard UC Communications architecture.“
– Robert Johns, PhD, Global Account Manager, US Navy Shipboard
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Published: May 6, 2015