The View From NCS Technologies

3D Printing Draws Interest at Defense Manufacturing Conference

Posted by Katie Callahan on Dec 6, 2018 10:27:29 AM

The NCS Supported HP 3D Printing Solutions Draw Many to Booth

The Defense Manufacturing Conference at the Nashville Music City Center brought together leading government,  military and manufacturers to showcase the latest innovations, including groundbreaking 3D printing technology.

NCS is active in the 3D Printing market, through its partnership with HP. NCS sells and services the compact HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and HP Jet Fusion 4200 Printing Solution for industrial prototyping and final part production.

Joe Andrews reports that the NCS booth was busy all week as attendees wanted to learn about the exiting HP 3D Printing solutions. To learn more, please contact him at (703) 743-8512.  

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

Defense Manufacturing Conference Kicks Off

Posted by Katie Callahan on Dec 4, 2018 11:12:04 AM

NCS Highlights HP 3D Printing Solutions

Tuesday is the second day of the Defense Manufacturing Conference at the Nashville Music City Center. DMC attracts leading government,  military and manufacturers to highlight the latest innovations in the field, including groundbreaking 3D printing technology.

NCS is active in the 3D Printing market, through its partnership with HP. NCS sells and services the compact HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and HP Jet Fusion 4200 Printing Solution for industrial prototyping and final part production.

Joe Andrews of NCS reports that there is strong interest in NCS-HP 3D Printing solutions. To make an appointment to meet with Joe at the show, please contact him at (703) 743-8512.  

Prototyping, Speed and High Quality

One of the most important applications for 3D printing is nearly effortless prototyping. In addition, 3D printing speeds time to market by making certain production-level quality parts available more quickly. These parts may also be manufactured at lower cost. The combination of prototyping, speed and high quality increases business flexibility.

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

Visit NCS at Booth 604 at DMC

Posted by Katie Callahan on Dec 3, 2018 12:53:33 PM

NCS Highlights HP 3D Printing Solutions

The Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC) 2018 open this evening and runs till Thursday at Nashville Music City Center. DMC attracts leading government,  military and manufacturers to highlight the latest innovations in the field, including groundbreaking 3D printing technology.

NCS is active in the 3D Printing market, through its partnership with HP. NCS sells and services the compact HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and HP Jet Fusion 4200 Printing Solution for industrial prototyping and final part production.

Joe Andrews hosts the NCS booth. To make an appointment to meet with Joe at the show, please contact him at (703) 743-8512.  

Prototyping, Speed and High Quality

One of the most important applications for 3D printing is nearly effortless prototyping. In addition, 3D printing speeds time to market by making certain production-level quality parts available more quickly. These parts may also be manufactured at lower cost. The combination of prototyping, speed and high quality increases business flexibility.

  

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

NCS At Defense Manufacturing Conference, Booth 604

Posted by Katie Callahan on Nov 28, 2018 9:58:53 AM

NCS Highlights HP 3D Printing Solutions

The Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC) 2018 opens December 3-6 at Nashville Music City Center. DMC attracts leading government,  military and manufacturers to highlight the latest innovations in the field, including groundbreaking 3D printing technology.

NCS is active in the 3D Printing market, through its partnership with HP. NCS sells and services the compact HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and HP Jet Fusion 4200 Printing Solution for industrial prototyping and final part production.

Joe Andrews will be at the NCS booth. To make an appointment to meet with Joe at the show, please contact him at (703) 743-8512.  

Prototyping, Speed and High Quality

One of the most important applications for 3D printing is nearly effortless prototyping. In addition, 3D printing speeds time to market by making certain production-level quality parts available more quickly. These parts may also be manufactured at lower cost. The combination of prototyping, speed and high quality increases business flexibility.

  

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

NCS Promotes HP 3D Printers

Posted by Katie Callahan on Nov 13, 2018 2:22:47 PM

NCS Is a Key Partner for HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions

NCS sells the compact HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and HP Jet Fusion 4200 Printing Solution for industrial prototyping and final part production.

One of the most important applications for 3D printing is nearly effortless prototyping. In addition, 3D printing speeds time to market by making certain production-level quality parts available more quickly. These parts may also be manufactured at lower cost. The combination of prototyping, speed and high quality increases business flexibility.

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

Possibilities Are Many With HP 3D Printers

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 18, 2018 2:33:36 PM

NCS & HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions

NCS and HP held a digital printing Open House today at the SpringHill Suites Hotel near the NCS headquarters campus in Gainesville, VA.

NCS and HP efforts in the 3D Printer solutions marketplace are drawing significant interest from customers and partners alike.

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

NCS & HP Promote 3D Printer Partnership at Open House

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 18, 2018 10:01:58 AM

HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions

NCS and HP are holding a digital printing Open House today at the SpringHill Suites Hotel near the NCS headquarters campus in Gainesville, VA.

NCS and HP efforts in the 3D Printer  solutions marketplace is drawing significant interest from customers and partners alike.

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

Day 2 at Air Force IT Conference

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 28, 2018 3:00:27 PM

NCS & Partner Solutions at Booth 226

NCS is exhibiting at the Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference, Montgomery, AL, through Wednesday. This is a premier cyber security and IT event for the Air Force. NCS is featuring its virtualization solutions, as well as key products from partners Lenovo and Getac. The personal computing and rugged hardware solutions are known to the Air Force community through the CCS2 contract for Air Force equipment.

NCS is featuring the Lenovo L480 (QEB 2018B Office Notebook and Agency - Office Notebook), Lenovo P920 (QEB 2018B High Performance Workstation) and the Getac F110 (QEB 2018B Rugged Slate Pad)

As we mentioned in yesterday's blog, very popular at the booth is a unique implementation of SecureView - a secure virtualization solution created specifically for the federal government. This demo at the show is running on very high end, water cooled Intel workstation with memory, GPUs and solid state storage capable of hosting up to 9 VMs all operating on different secure government networks.  Of course this one is for show since in a typical DoD environment we don't have fancy boxes with neon lights and glass side panels.  We wanted to show off what's under the hood of this beast of a machine.

More on SecureView

Government and military workers often use virtualization tools at the endpoint to best access multi-level computing. The preferred virtualization tool for government is, as mentioned, SecureView, developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) supported on hardware provided by NCS.  NCS hardware platforms approved for use with SecureView include the Stratus MT and Stratus DT desktops and the Vortex MT and Vortex MDT workstations.

SecureView runs multiple secure networks on one PC or workstation, with hardware-enforced security. This increasingly popular security solution is the result of extensive and continuing development work by AFRL, the open source community, Assured Information Security and NCS Technologies. 

 

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

NCS Showcases IT Solutions at Air Force Conference

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 27, 2018 8:24:22 PM

NCS & Partner Solutions at Booth 226

NCS is a key exhibitor at the Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference, Montgomery, AL, through Thursday. This is a premier cyber security and IT event for the Air Force. NCS is featuring its virtualization solutions, as well as key products from partners Lenovo and Getac. The personal computing and rugged hardware solutions are known to the Air Force community through the CCS2 contract for Air Force equipment.

NCS is featuring the Lenovo L480 (QEB 2018B Office Notebook and Agency - Office Notebook), Lenovo P920 (QEB 2018B High Performance Workstation) and the Getac F110 (QEB 2018B Rugged Slate Pad)

In addition, a big crowd-pleaser at the booth is a unique implementation of SecureView (more on SecureView below) hosted on a very high end, water cooled Intel workstation. (We plan to blog on this Intel workstation implementation tomorrow).

More on SecureView

Government and military workers often use virtualization tools at the endpoint to best access multi-level computing. The preferred virtualization tool is SecureView, developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) supported on hardware provided by NCS Technologies.  NCS hardware platforms approved for use with SecureView include the Stratus MT and Stratus DT desktops and the Vortex MT and Vortex MDT workstations.

SecureView runs multiple secure networks on one PC or workstation, with hardware-enforced security. This increasingly popular security solution is the result of extensive and continuing development work by AFRL, the open source community, Assured Information Security and NCS Technologies. 

 

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force

NCS Is at Air Force IT Conference

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 23, 2018 1:22:51 PM

See You at NCS at Booth 226

NCS is a major exhibitor at the Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference, Montgomery, AL, August 27-29. As the premier cyber security annual event, the Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference (AFITC) returns to Montgomery. As a critical intersection of Air Force IT experts, prominent IT academics, and some of America's top cyber security companies, the AFITC offers a full slate of events and activities, with three days of speakers, expanded education/training opportunities, and an exhibitor-driven trade show that revolves around the ways we can better defend America from cyber attacks, advanced persistent threats, and proactively lead in this in this increasingly digital world.

The AFITC Conference is the place where Air Force personnel and decision makers, as well as private industry IT and cyber security leaders, convene to not only share and review strategies but also explore the latest in cyber tools, software, and hardware. It is at this conference that experts review the increasingly complex and connected role that cyber plays in both the AF core mission and the private domain.

Theme: Cyber Vision of the Future: Mission Defense and Trusted Information

* Build a more lethal force through gaining and maintaining persistent information advantage for the Joint Force

* Assure AF core missions from threats in, through, and from cyberspace

* Enable effective and efficient integrated awareness derived from rapid processing, exploitation, and dissemination of decision-quality information.

This is the SAF/CIO A6 way of focusing on the National Defense Strategy implementation

At Booth 226 NCS is featuring a variety of technologies, including virtual desktops, rugged and SecureView cybersecurity for government and military.

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Topics: rugged, military, U.S. Air Force