Securboration, Inc.

Securboration Awarded Contract for Automated Multi-Processor Conversion Capability for Legacy Software

Securboration has been awarded a contract by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) to develop techniques for automatically parallelizing existing sequential code. Processor speeds have plateaued and manufacturers have turned to multi-processor architectures to increase computing power. The cost of purchasing new multi-processor hardware is small in comparison to the cost of rewriting sequential legacy software to take advantage of the multi-processor environment. Securboration is creating the Tri-tier Architectural Modeling Environment (TAME) to provide an automated way to convert legacy sequential software into multi-threaded software that is fully capable of exploiting multiple processors. TAME will involve profiling, parallelizing, optimizing, and verifying of the software without changing the source code. This novel approach aims to allow existing legacy code to be improved in regard to performance while not requiring any of the source code to be rewritten and retested therefore providing significant cost savings and minimize risk.

Securboration Awarded Contract for Many-Core Operating System Efficiency

Securboration has been awarded a contract by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) for researching and defining operating system mechanisms to efficiently partition, communicate, and execute programs on many-core systems. Manufacturers have increased the number of computing cores instead of increasing clock speed. This contract continues previous work which aimed to focus on allowing efficient operation of many programs which can be easily maintainable, adapatable, and usable by administrators with minimal training as number of processors, memory, and available communications bandwidth change.

Securboration Awarded Contract for Many-Core Operating System Efficiency

Securboration has been awarded a contract by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) for researching and defining operating system mechanisms to efficiently partition, communicate, and execute programs on many-core systems. Thermal constraints have led manufacturers to increase the number of computing cores instead of increasing clock speed. This contract aims to focus on allowing efficient operation of many programs which can be easily maintainable, adapatable, and usable by administrators with minimal training as number of processors, memory, and available communications bandwidth change.

Securboration Selected to Develop Handheld Applications for Rapid Epidemiological Analysis

Securboration has been selected by the Office of the Secretary of Defense to develop handheld Applications for Rapid Epidemiological Analysis (AREA). AREA will support the United States Military as it continues to expand its efforts into non-kinetic operations that emphasize Stabilization, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction Operations (SSTRO) and Humanitarian Aid / Disaster Relief Operations.  To support the applications development, Securboration has assembled a team of experts from the medical community that includes professionals who have participated in disaster response missions; experts in infectious diseases, bio-terrorism, epidemics and pandemics; and authorities with detailed knowledge of the Military Health System. These experts will guide application development that is based on Securboration’s suite of content analysis products. The resulting AREA product will be handheld device applications that can provide simple, easy to use health surveillance, epidemiological analysis and forecasting capabilities.

Securboration, Inc.