Raytheon BBN Technologies Awarded Contract to Create Network Science Research Center

The Army Research Laboratory has awarded Raytheon BBN Technologies, a subsidiary of Raytheon, a contract to build the nation’s biggest network science research center. The five year contract, worth $81 million, will create a collaborative alliance in network science.

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Under the contract, Raytheon BBN Technologies will conduct research in network science to identify common areas that apply across a variety of networks. The consortium, known as the ARL Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance, will investigate social, cognitive, communication and information networks and will utilize leading researchers in these areas.

Tad Elmer, president of Raytheon BBN Technologies, said “This contract award reinforces our leadership in networking research. Our team is determined to develop the underlying technologies that will make networks more flexible, adaptable and secure.”

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