Bay Microsystems demonstrates how global fabric extension technology enables Multi-Level Security (MLS) environment at the GEOINT Symposium 2015 in Washington D.C..
San Jose, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/23/2015 -- Bay Microsystems, Inc., today announced the Company's participation at USGIF's 2015 GEOINT symposium, the nation's largest gathering of intelligence professionals and the preeminent intelligence event of the year. During the event, Bay Microsystems will showcase the latest advancements in geo-diversity for Big Data and Multi-Level Security.
"Geographically diverse workflow, remote acquisition from sensor networks, globally distributed data centers, latency sensitive mission critical data, as well as real-time multi-media streams requiring centralized command and control are driving factors for today's mission success," said Russel Davis, Bay Microsystems' COO. "We are excited to provide the high-speed,lossless WAN solution as part of the GEOINT Multi-Level Security ecosystem demonstration.
During the event, Bay Microsystems will demonstrate how the Company's global fabric extension technology enables a Multi-Level Security (MLS) environment. The MLS is comprised of leading network, storage, O/S, security, and analytics vendors to form a global, multi-level security architecture without the boundaries of containment typically existing within the 4-walls of a data and computing center.
For more information regarding the MLS Ecosystem visit Bay@GEOINT2015
Geo-Intelligence has a global footprint and the MLS Ecosystem's global architecture enables a multi-tenancy, geographically diverse workflow for data acquisition, processing, analysis, archiving, and dissemination of work-product. Bay Microsystems' global fabric solution has been deployed in the backbone for the Geo-Intelligence Community for nearly a decade and now provides the long haul interconnect for the MLS Ecosystem.
Visit Bay Microsystems at GEOINT 2015, Booth #3067
June 22-25, 2015, Walter E. Washington Convention Center
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Bay's products enable access to and movement of Big Data over Wide Area Networks, delivering low latency performance at extreme speeds and across ultra-long distances never before thought possible. This new generation of networking allows Bay's customers to optimize their computing, storage, and networking resources on a global scale.