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CaseStudy: CPS Navy Secure Sea Removing Foreign Technology

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> CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP PUTS NAVY TECHNOLOGY AT RISK When IBM sold its BladeCenter division to Lenovo in 2015, it presented an urgent problem for the U.S. Navy: processing technology onboard its ships were now owned by a Chinese company. The blade servers needed to come off ships quickly, but with the unanticipated change in ownership there was no funding in place. Adding to the complexity, the blade servers were installed in server racks, which meant removal and any replacement solution installation had to occur without disturbing other equipment. To help, Mercury Systems contacted the Navy about its RES HD server technology. > EXPLORE OUR MODULAR BLADE SERVERS Mercury's RES HD servers provide the U.S. Navy with a secure, cost-effective, high-performing replacement for IBM blade servers. COMMON PROCESSOR SYSTEM (CPS) / U.S. NAVY INSTITUTE SECURE AT SEA: REMOVING FOREIGN-SOURCED TECH CASE STUDY mrcy.com

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