US Navy’s CANES Shipboard Networking Milestone Reached

Northrop Grumman Corporation has completed the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program’s design, development and limited deployment phase for the U.S. Navy.

CANES is a programmatic and technical consolidation of five legacy shipboard network programs. CANES provides a modern, common computing environment across the fleet to upgrade cybersecurity, command and control, communications and intelligence (C4I) and streamline logistics.

Since winning the contract for the design and limited-production run for CANES in early 2012, Northrop Grumman has delivered 37 shipsets for various ship classes. The company leveraged its cyber expertise to ensure cyber-robust CANES systems. The company also applied its Modular Open Systems Approach-Competitive TM process to encourage continuous competition and achieve the lifecycle benefits of open systems architecture and commercial off-the-shelf components and software.

CANES will be installed on all platforms in the Navy’s inventory objective, which includes ships, submarines and land sites. CANES installations have been successfully completed on several aircraft carriers and cruisers and on multiple destroyers. Installations continue on carriers, an amphibious assault ship, landing dock ships, cruisers and destroyers.

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