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Contracts - Awards | R&D - Contracted | Raytheon | USA

$27.7M for Polymorphous Computing

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Raytheon Co. in El Segundo, CA received a $27.7 million cost-plus fixed-fee multi-year contract to develop and demonstrate Polymorphous Computing Architecture (PCA) technologies under the MONARCH program. PCA is aimed at developing a new class of processing technology that is "morphable" such that processing resources can be reprogrammed during operations, in order to more optimally meet mission-processing requirements....

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