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VTG to Install CANES Platforms on Navy Destroyers

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VTG to Install CANES Platforms on Navy Destroyers

VTG announced that it has secured a $30 million task order from the U.S. Navy to provide and install the Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services platform on up to six Arleigh Burke-class destroyers.

CANES is a Navy program of record consolidating C4ISR systems onboard surface ships and submarines, giving sailors a secure network for naval and joint operations. It is built on open architecture designs and commercial off-the-shelf technologies integrated into naval systems.

CANES products to be delivered to the Navy under the task order are designed to meet the service’s engineering, logistical, manufacturing and operational requirements. The task order was awarded under the $4.1 billion CANES Full Development contract, VTG said Tuesday.

VTG is one of the companies selected for the CANES program, alongside Veeam Software and Ascentium. Veeam said it will provide data backup and recovery solutions while Ascentium will offer its automation and analytics solution for workload management.

VTG also provides other support services to the Navy beyond the CANES program. In January, VTG secured a $40 million Navy task order to install and integrate Technical Insertion 16 infrastructure-as-a-service equipment and provide engineering and logistics services for the Aegis Combat System.

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