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AUSA 2011: ITT unveils secure smartphone
ITT has developed an Android-supported smartphone and tablet for the US DoD based on COTS technology and the company’s secure network processor, it has been announced.
Designed for ‘secret and below applications’, the GhostRider smartphone and GhostWarrior smart tablet include the company’s National Security Agency certified secure network processor, ITT officials revealed at the AUSA conference in Washington, DC on 10 October.
‘Smartphones change every six to nine months, and we want technology that keeps up with this,’ Richard Takahashi, director of information assurance at ITT told Shephard.
Commercial smartphones are deemed to have ‘the benefits, features and capabilities desired …
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