Space Force Orders GPS OCX To Replace Computer Hardware

GPS constellation
Credit: NOAA
The U.S. Space Force provided Raytheon with $378 million on March 26 to replace computer hardware for its next-generation GPS ground system due to cyber security concerns, a move that could impact the program’s schedule. The issue has been a long time coming. Raytheon has used the IBM x86 product...
Jen DiMascio

Based in Washington, Jen previously managed Aviation Week’s worldwide defense, space and security coverage.

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