GOVERNMENTTight Budgets - Rising Demands
Government: Technical Computing Solutions
The use of technical computing infrastructures by government entities has been steadily increasing. Government applications can be split into three categories:
- Scientific Research – nano-science, life science, astrophysics, accelerator physics, high-energy physics, computational fluid dynamics, materials design
- Public Safety – earth science, atmospheric science, combustion science, computer aided dispatch, crime data analysis forensics and, disaster visualization
- National Security – aerospace, signals intelligence & recognition, weapons system testing, chemical/biological defense, battlefield simulation
Each of these diverse activities provides a unique set of technical computing challenges. Governments require the ability to rapidly store and access ever larger databases and data sets. More processing power and higher throughput networks must be used to support more complex models, simulations and analytics. And governments have to be cognizant of both the acquisition cost and total cost of ownership of the technical computing environments.
With more than 20 years experience developing customized technical computing solutions, RAID Inc. is the perfect Prime or Sub-Contractor to help build your next generation data processing and management computing platform to gain a competitive edge in maximizing security, productivity and quicker time to results. Our team of experts has extensive experience working with government, including projects involving national security.
RAID Inc. has partnered with some of the most advanced teams including US Department of Defense and Justice, DEA, and all major branches of the Military and its subsidiaries, to deliver custom platforms. We understand and design systems to support the unique requirements for government projects, balancing the trade-offs between performance, cost, and time to implementation.
RAID Inc.’s vendor-agnostic customized technical computing solutions have enabled our customers to meet their budgets and to successfully implement environments to support their most important projects.