First US exascale supercomputer expected to drive 'eyebrow-raising' national security applications

As America’s first in-operation exascale system, Frontier has the proven capacity to perform one quintillion — or a billion billion — calculations per second.

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Challenges around software and integration must first be overcome for NGAD to come to fruition, Gen. Kelly told reporters this week.

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In support of unfolding data- and artificial intelligence-driven projects, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks recently deployed a few experts from her newly formed Chief Digital and AI Office to Transcom headquarters.

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The GAO found that while progress has been made, the DOD must continue to forge greater transparency in the OTA consortiums.

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Air-focused military chiefs from across the world have been engaging on how to better share information and integrate technology.

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Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall announced the new role and organizational restructure at the Air and Space Forces Association’s annual conference on Monday.

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Chief of Staff Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown sees unmanned collaborative combat aircraft as the wave of the future.

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The DOD has already spent billions of dollars on research, development, test and evaluation for these types of systems, and officials hope to transition them into production soon.

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Deputy CIO Winston Beauchamp says a model detailing the second pillar of JADC2 is scheduled for release to industry next week.

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The Air Force’s R&D arm kicked off the pilot in Summer 2021 and signed cooperative agreements in February. 

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A new report from the Special Competitive Studies Project expresses a sense of urgency for the U.S. to develop a tech-centered strategy in the near term to ultimately achieve competitive advantage in the next era.