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Veeam Secures Navy Contract for CANES Support

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Veeam Secures Navy Contract for CANES Support

The U.S. Navy has awarded Veeam Software a contract to support the service’s Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services program.

The company will provide data backup and recovery software solutions to the Navy’s Program Manager Warfare 160, which oversees the CANES program, through the contract worth $5 million, with options that could take the total value to $21 million.

Specifically, the company will configure, maintain and test the Veeam Data Platform and Kasten K10 for Kubernetes solutions.

CANES is a program of record that consolidates and replaces existing afloat networks, providing the necessary infrastructure for Naval cyber warfare dominance, command and control, communications and cybersecurity, Veeam said.

The Navy has been investing in its CANES program in recent months through contract awards.

In April, it awarded VTG a spot on the potential 10-year, $4.1 billion CANES contract and tasked the company to produce the CANES platform. Before the award, the Navy tasked VTG with installing and integrating the CANES platform aboard naval vessels.

In February 2023, Peraton secured a spot on the CANES contract to produce units, kits, components, modules and other solutions for afloat, submarine and ashore platforms.

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