San Diego, Calif., December 3, 2020 – SOLUTE wins Naval Information Warfare Center, Pacific (NIWC PAC) Automated Digital Network Systems (ADNS) Engineering Support Services contract. A ten-year contract with a robust team of subcontractors, including McKean Defense Group, King Technologies, AUSGAR Technologies, InfoTechSVP, Networks inMocean, Inc., 32 North Solutions, and Cypher Analytics. This team is mission-oriented and highly specialized in software and infrastructure modernization for the DoD.
ADNS supplies the tactical wide area network (WAN) component of the naval communications system, providing surface, ship, submarine, airborne, tactical-shore, and shore-based WAN gateway services management. The SOLUTE team will provide engineering and programmatic support for these specialized tactical afloat network systems. Efforts will enhance the Command and Control capabilities in Naval, Joint, and Coalition operations.
The on-going objective is to deliver mission-centered infrastructure that is nearly transparent to the war fighter.
About SOLUTE Inc.
SOLUTE is a premier DoD engineering firm specializing in system modernization using the latest advances in Software Engineering, Cyber Security, Cloud Architectures, and DevSecOps. SOLUTE has a talented workforce with tremendous expertise in building, deploying, and managing containerized applications deployed to public/private cloud infrastructures. SOLUTE is leading the charge across multiple large and complex Navy, Army, and Air Force systems and is actively collaborating with DoD leadership on engineering best practices for mission critical PaaS deployments and DevSecOps best practices. SOLUTE is also a subject matter expert in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) engineering and integration, development, deployment, and operations.
SOLUTE Inc. is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, founded in 2002, headquartered in San Diego, CA with offices in Denver, CO; Washington, DC; and Lexington Park, MD. SOLUTE has over 150 cleared engineers ready to bring innovation to the DoD’s most complex, mission critical systems.