Air Force Research Laboratory Improves Security, Costs, and Collaboration for Government Users

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Client strategies for the U.S. Government must be affordable and readily deployable while meeting the most stringent requirements for data security and operational efficiency. At the request of a customer, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) engaged with Intel and Citrix to create SecureView*, a solution that expands on capabilities in Citrix XenClient* and 2nd- and 3rd-generation Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 vPro™ processors to meet these requirements. SecureView, which has been deployed at more than a dozen federal agencies, is less vulnerable to modification or corruption than traditional software-based security solutions. It also provides high performance for mission-critical collaboration and saves the government tens of millions of dollars in total cost of ownership (TCO) for every 10,000 users to which it is deployed.

“SecureView is vital to the nation’s security," explained Dr. Ryan J. Durante, chief of cross-domain solutions and innovation for AFRL. "It improves the productivity and effectiveness of intelligence analysts and other key users while saving millions of dollars. The use of COTS technologies and the close teamwork and commitment from Intel and Citrix allowed us to deliver the solution within months.”

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