Huntsville firm to develop cyber hardware, software for Air Force
July 14, 2012 – The Huntsville Times
Huntsville-based Radiance Technologies has been awarded a $300 million Agile Cyber Technology contract through the Air Force Research Lab to develop cyber hardware and software tools.
The Air Force lab in Rome, N.Y., will manage the effort.
“This is a major win for Radiance Technologies, and highlights our ability to provide innovative cyber solutions for our customers,” said Radiance President Dr. George Clark, in a release. “Cyberspace is the unknown battleground of the 21st century and the ability of our warfighters to dominate this environment is dependent on cutting edge technologies being developed by industry leaders such as Radiance.
“We are very excited about this opportunity and the growth it will bring to our Huntsville workforce,” Clark said. “This is an excellent occasion to expose the hardworking employees and technological expertise here at Radiance, and we are pleased to be an important partner in this relationship.”
Radiance Technologies, a systems engineering, technology development, prototyping and operational support and fielding company, has maintained an office in Huntsville for 13 years. It now has 460 employees worldwide, with 188 in Huntsville.
In addition to various customers worldwide, Radiance locally supports the Army Space and Missile Defense Command, Aviation and Missile Command, Missile Defense Agency, the Missile and Space Intelligence Center and Marshall Space Flight Center.
Radiance reported sales of more than $138 million in 2011.