The company said Monday High-Speed Guard was also recently added to the Unified Cross Domain Management Office Baseline list of cross-domain technologies, making it available to the U.S. Defense of Defense and intelligence community organizations.
Raytheon described its product as "the industry's fastest cross-domain information-sharing solution," with information transfer speeds up to 9 gigabits per second. It also gives customers a wide array of bidirectional capabilities for enforcing complex and dynamic security policies while maintaining a strict security posture.
"With a proven track record of more than 190 installations, Raytheon High-Speed Guard is able to sustain full transfer rates on dual-processor commercial off-the-shelf servers running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 with a strict Security Enhanced Linux policy," the company said.
Raytheon said it will demonstrate its High-Speed Guard product this month at the Unified Cross Domain Management Office conference in Boston.
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