STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., Nov. 3, 2011 - Rave Computer, Michigan's leading hardware consultant and manufacturer, today announced it has recently been awarded significant Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) contracts to provide purpose-built computers to various DoD (Department of Defense) programs. The following programs are used primarily for training our warfighters on land, sea and in the air.
Big Safari: Big Safari is a U.S. Air Force program which provides management, direction, and control of the acquisition, modification, and logistics support for special purpose weapons systems. Rave has supplied several different systems including; 3U aluminum short depth PC's and SPARC (SX2500).
HFWB (High Frequency Wide Band Sonar): BAE Systems will deliver an upgraded mine hunting sonar system to the U.S. Navy for the detection and classification of bottom and moored sea mines. The AN/SQQ-32(V)4 mine hunting sonar set with the high frequency wide band upgrade replaces the existing SQQ-32(V)3 detection sonar currently employed aboard the MCM-1 Avenger Class mine countermeasures ships. This upgrade improves detection performance in the littoral environment and against stealth mines. Rave has provided a mix of 1U console servers and 3U display servers on U.S Navy's Countermeasures Surface Ships.
About Rave Computer
Rave Computer is a technology consultant and computer manufacturer specializing in defense, homeland security and other industrial markets. Rave provides state-of-the-art hardware solutions that support modeling, simulation and training platforms, along with command, control, communications and intelligence systems. Rave Computer is headquartered in Sterling Heights, MI (The Defense Corridor) and has been providing purpose-built computers for over 23 years.
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