MemComputing Secures USAF Phase I SBIR Contract
US Air Force to Leverage MemComputing To Optimize Contested Logistics
San Diego, June 7, 2023-MemComputing, Inc., developer of disruptive high-performance computing technology, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract with the U.S. Air Force to optimize contested logistics applications.
Under the Phase I SBIR contract, MemComputing will conduct an intensive 3-month study with the Air Mobility Command (AMC) and other Air Force groups to explore the challenges and requirements of specific contested logistics use cases. The aim is to identify opportunities where their revolutionary MEMCPU™ Platform can be applied to enhance combat efficiency, increase capacity, and improve the resiliency of the warfighter’s mission.
“We are thrilled to receive our 8th SBIR, which is particularly significant as it focuses on addressing transportation logistics challenges. While our previous SBIRs have concentrated on satellite optimization and cryptography, this new venture aligns perfectly with our core expertise in commercial transportation logistics,” stated John Beane, CEO of MemComputing. “We are confident in our capacity to develop optimized solutions that will make a substantial, positive impact on the warfighter’s mission.”
Upon successful completion of Phase I, MemComputing will outline its plans for developing a sophisticated prototype, leveraging the MEMCPU Platform in a Phase II SBIR. This prototype will be meticulously designed to address the distinct requirements of the U.S. Air Force’s contested logistics challenges, ensuring optimal efficiency and effectiveness.
About MemComputing, Inc.
MemComputing, Inc. is a leading deep tech company that specializes in solving complex optimization problems using its cloud-based MEMCPU™ Platform. Its proprietary circuit design, rooted in physics, harnesses the power of computational memory to overcome the limitations of traditional computing methods. MemComputing continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible in computing for industries such as energy, transportation, logistics, and the DoD.
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