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* C²I² Systems supplies the FDDI fibre optic network hardware and driver software between the RAM Guided Missile Launch Systems (GMS) and Ship Self Defence System (SSDS) for all US Navy Non-Aegis-Class Surface Combatants.
This hardware in the case of the RAM GMLS is simply a more ruggedised (navalised) version as was to be supplied to the SA Department of Defence for the SA Navy's four new Hero-class light frigates and is precisely the same in the case of the SDSS. The software is precisely the same in all cases.
Yet this was all too risky for the SA Navy. Sure, Jacob?
Pioneering South African electronics company C²I² has won a groundbreaking multi-million dollar contract to equip the world's largest and most powerful warships, the US Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carriers.
C²I² Systems is pleased to announce that their FDDI PMC Adapter boards have been selected by Raytheon Naval & Maritime Integrated Systems of San Diego, California for application in the US Navy's Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) Mk 2.
In December 2002, the US Navy announced that it would name its 10th Nimitz-class aircraft carrier after former US President George Bush who flew as a naval pilot during World War 2. Bush was the youngest US Navy pilot of the war and was decorated for bravery four times.
According to the US Navy's website, the USS George Bush will be the most advanced of the Nimitz-class carriers and will be a bridge between the technology of the Nimitz-class and the next generation of carriers.
The electronics are produced by Cape Town-based C²I² Systems. The selection of C²I²'s products is certain to help their claims presently being made in court that they failed to win SA Navy contracts due to skullduggery.
Over the past eighteen months, CCII Systems has developed and implemented a Quality Management System to improve management of the organisation, especially in the development, production and support of systems and products, thereby better satisfying the expectations of its customers.
The Quality Management System has recently been formally audited and accreditation awarded in terms of the International Standards Organistion's ISO 9001:2000 certification programme.
The QMS has specifically been developed in order to ensure quality and consistency within the ISO 9001:2000 quality regime, yet retaining flexibility and responsiveness to customer needs.
C²I² Systems is pleased to announce that their conduction-cooled High-Speed Serial I/O Adapters boards have been selected by Raytheon Electronic Systems of El Segundo, California for application in the US Army's Air Defense Radar Systems.
Kanata, Ontario, -- Dy 4 Systems, Inc., announces that it has become the exclusive reseller of ruggedized PMC Serial I/O adapters manufactured by C²I² Systems for the defense and aerospace market.
C²I² Systems is pleased to announce that they and STN Atlas Elektronik GmbH of Germany have signed a contract for the adaptation of the software for the ISUS 90 Combat Management System for the SA Navy's new U-209 submarine being built by HDW of Kiel, Germany. This will involve adaptation of system software to allow for integration of weapons and combat suite equipment selected specifically by the SA Navy, as well as the relevant human-machine interface software implementing the SA Navy's warfighting doctrine. The latter will be done in the Ada 95 software high-level language while the former will be done in C and C++.
Other South African companies involved in the Integrated Submarine Combat System are Tellumat Defence, who have been selected for the production and testing of consoles, electronic cabinets and printed wiring assemblies, i.e. the "dry-end" of the submarine combat system and DefenceTech, a division of the CSIR, whose workshare involves the supply of sonar hydrophones and transducers, i.e. the "wet-end" of the submarine combat system.
C²I² Systems is pleased to announce that their conduction-cooled CDDI PMC Adapter boards have been selected by Raytheon E-Systems of St Petersburg, Florida for application in the US Navy's Co-operative Engagement Capability (CEC) Programme.
C²I² Systems is pleased to announce that their FDDI PCI, PMC and CCPMC Adapter boards have been selected by Raytheon Missiles Systems of Tuscon, Arizona for application in the US Navy's and German Navy's RAM (Rolling Airframe Missile) surface-to-air Guided Missile Launch System (GMLS).
Detailed information on these products can be found in the Board Level Products Index