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Founded Year

1952

About General Dynamics Mission Systems

General Dynamics Mission Systems provides mission critical solutions. The company is a technology integrator and original equipment manufacturer with deep domain expertise in land, sea, air, space, and cyber. It is based in Fairfax, Virginia.

General Dynamics Mission Systems Headquarter Location

12450 Fair Lakes Circle

Fairfax, Virginia, 22033,

United States

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General Dynamics Mission Systems Patents

General Dynamics Mission Systems has filed 16 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Channel access methods
  • Radio resource management
  • Wireless networking
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9/25/2020

1/18/2022

Radio resource management, Channel access methods, Wireless networking, Broadcast engineering, Information theory

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Application Date

9/25/2020

Grant Date

1/18/2022

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Related Topics

Radio resource management, Channel access methods, Wireless networking, Broadcast engineering, Information theory

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Latest General Dynamics Mission Systems News

11:30 EDT General Dynamics Mission Systems Receives NSA Contract for High Assurance Ethernet Encryptor

May 17, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article High-speed security solution provides scalable encryption to protect classified high-availability data centers and cloud environments, securing critical information access, sharing and collection from around the globe FAIRFAX, Va., May 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- General Dynamics Mission Systems announced today that it has been awarded a contract from the National Security Agency (NSA) to design, develop, test and deliver a certifiable 400 Gbps high-assurance encryption solution that is compliant with the Ethernet Data Encryption Cryptographic Interoperability Specification (EDE-CIS). General Dynamics Mission Systems has been awarded a contract from the NSA for a certifiable 400 Gbps high-assurance encryption solution that is compliant with the Ethernet Data Encryption Cryptographic Interoperability Specification (EDE-CIS). The winning solution includes the modular TACLANE E-Series  Adaptable Security Platform (ASP) and the TACLANE-ES400 Cryptographic Module. Each module supports throughput ranging from 20 Gbps to 400 Gbps. When the TACLANE-ASP is fully populated with two ES400 modules, the solution supports aggregate speeds of 1.6 Tbps, more than eight times faster than any other certified encryptor today. The high-speed, fault-tolerant solution is engineered to efficiently scale power needs while maintaining performance. Its modular architecture allows customers to right-size their encryption solution to meet specific needs through the application of user-swappable hardware components, crypto modules and software upgrades. "General Dynamics Mission Systems is known for providing the most widely deployed high assurance encryptors in the world. With the development of the ASP and TACLANE-ES400 cryptographic modules, we are continuing to advance our encryption portfolio to address our customers' need for high performance processing and speed with uncompromised data security and efficient power consumption," said Brian Morrison, vice president for the Cyber Systems line of business with General Dynamics Mission Systems. "This win demonstrates our commitment to our customers who require the highest of speeds. It also validates our unique modular approach, fully aligned with NSA's vision of Crypto as IT (CIT). We will deliver a future-proof TACLANE E-Series portfolio, which will ensure that our customers' investments can be re-used as speeds increase." The design of the TACLANE E-Series ASP reduces the equipment footprint while balancing power and cooling needs. Its redundant design for power and failover eases maintenance and sustainability requirements, increasing operational availability and reducing downtime to keep mission critical networks working. When bandwidth and security needs grow, the design of the TACLANE E-Series ASP allows for end-users to add functionality and capability without infrastructure changes. As with all TACLANE products, the TACLANE ASP and the ES400 Crypto Module are supported by the GEM One Encryptor Manager  with the new Key Management Infrastructure Delivery Only Client feature to simplify operations and facilitate easier management and configuration. In addition to this feature, GEM One provides the ability to rapidly assess overall network health and to quickly isolate and recover from failures, eliminating downtime. General Dynamics Mission Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD ), provides mission-critical solutions to defense, intelligence and cyber-security customers across all domains. Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, General Dynamics Mission Systems employs more than 12,000 people worldwide. For more information about General Dynamics Mission Systems' broad portfolio of capabilities, visit gdmissionsystems.com or follow @GDMS on Twitter. SOURCE General Dynamics Mission Systems ×

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  • When was General Dynamics Mission Systems founded?

    General Dynamics Mission Systems was founded in 1952.

  • Where is General Dynamics Mission Systems's headquarters?

    General Dynamics Mission Systems's headquarters is located at 12450 Fair Lakes Circle, Fairfax.

  • Who are General Dynamics Mission Systems's competitors?

    Competitors of General Dynamics Mission Systems include Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions.

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