Guildford, UK (PRWEB) October 7, 2010
Niteworks, a unique partnership between the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and industry has welcomed Infonic as a new Associate Member. Infonic joins a list of more than 70 Partners and Associate Members, which includes the major UK defence primes as well as a range of small and medium enterprises, specialists and research establishments.
Bob Barton, Managing Director, Niteworks, said: "Critical to the success of Niteworks is the ability to draw on the high quality skills and expertise of its industry members. We are delighted to welcome Infonic into the Niteworks partnership, and look forward to its support in helping the MOD make the best decisions to support current and future operations."
The development reflects Infonic's confidence that its outstanding expertise in replication over low bandwidth and high latency environments will enable it to make a valuable contribution to Niteworks. The Company has in-depth experience of the UK defence sector and a record of successful project delivery within global defence projects.
Mark Thompson, Chief Executive of Infonic, said:
"We are excited by our appointment as a Niteworks Associate, which is expected to bring many new opportunities to deploy our skills and expertise in the service of defence capabilities.
Niteworks membership clearly demonstrates the importance of efficiently accelerating information delivery across global enterprises as well as our clear technological leadership in this field.
To be part of the developments in the Niteworks arena is an encouraging validation of our technology vision and we look forward to building upon this success during the months and years ahead."
Niteworks is an innovative and agile organisation, in which the MOD and industry work in partnership to enable better, faster and more informed MOD decision-making. Details of the organisation can be found at http://www.niteworks.net.
Infonic's software solutions support workers across global markets, including government, manufacturing, maritime, military, finance, legal, pharmaceutical and educational organisations.
In the defence sector, Infonic's customer base includes the ATLAS Consortium for the UK Ministry of Defence, Royal Air Force, US Navy, US Army, US Marine Corps, US SOCOM and NATO.
Infonic's software enables activities to continue over low bandwidth, intermittent and high latency networks. By overcoming these network limitations, agencies can enhance their information sharing architectures to allow for better collaboration between different offices and field units. The technology ensures that information is shared in a timely and efficient manner can improve a common operating picture for any critical mission.
For more information please visit: http://www.infonic-geo-replication.com.
Tim Virdee, Managing Director, Infonic. Tel: +44 (0) 1483 443000"