Military Embedded Systems

Defense networking company Fuse Integration to be 'mentored' by Raytheon


August 03, 2022

Dan Taylor

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

WASHINGTON, D.C. Defense communications, networking, and computing solutions provider Fuse Integration has announced that, under Raytheon Missiles & Defense, they are entering into a formal DoD Mentor-Protégé agreement sponsored by the Missile Defense Agency Office of Small Business Programs.

The DoD Mentor-Protégé program is "designed to support eligible small businesses to gain capacity and win government contracts through relationships and partnerships with large companies," according to a Fuse statement. Raytheon "will help Fuse mature its engineering capabilities and corporate infrastructure" under the program.

Fuse specializes in virtualized network systems, tactical edge virtual networks, and airborne networking gateway products with the goal of improving connectivity on the battlefield. Specifically, their technology is intended to enable the sharing of information, video, text, and voice among warfighters on the ground, in the air, and at sea.