LGS Innovations Awarded DARPA Contract

Kevin Kelly, LGS Innovations

Kevin Kelly, LGS Innovations

LGS Innovations has won a 4-year, $7.5 million contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to help manage dispersed computing assets.

For the first phase of the program, LGS will develop algorithms and protocols to efficiently allocate dispersed resources for simultaneous users in a dynamic network environment. The aim is to reduce latency and bandwidth consumption and see significant gains in application performance utility.

“The possible applications for a fully developed dispersed computing approach are readily evident and game changing,” said Kevin Kelly, CEO of LGS. “This research program has the potential to give our warfighters a significant information advantage.”

DARPA selected LGS among 42 proposals for the dispersed computing program. The company will partner with BAE Systems and Princeton University on the program.

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