HP’s Dennis Stolkey on New Cyber Deal

HP Enterprise Services was selected by the Air Force to test and deploy a Cyber Control System (CCS) “to provide strategic information and identify cyber threats to U.S. cyberspace.”

According to HP, “the $9 million, 12-month contract provides HP infrastructure and applications integration for the construction of the CCS infrastructure. HP’s BladeSystem and the redesigned architecture enable simplified management, superior processor and network performance, and more efficient power and cooling capabilities.”

“The U.S. Air Force needs the ability to make critical decisions about networking protection instantaneously using the most accurate information available, ” said Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president, U.S. Public Sector, HP Enterprise Services. “HP’s Cyber Control System is designed specifically for these needs and shows our commitment to innovation in cyber security as well as the support of the USAF’s mission to ‘Fly, fight and win in air, space and cyber space.”

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