ALU Subsidiary Provides Custom App for U.S. Navy

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ALU Subsidiary Provides Custom App for U.S. Navy

When it comes to large-scale deployments of next-generation solutions, the military is quite the proving ground.


LGS, a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent that serves the U.S. government community, announced today that the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) has successfully deployed a custom-designed desktop application for 230,000 users.


With this deployment, LGS' LT Viewer is now used by more than 400,000 government users. The desktop application is designed to allow desktop users to view and manage digital engineering data.


LT Viewer lets personnel view and manage raster files (a type of graphic image file that includes formats such as JEDMICS C4, TIFF, and CALS). The Viewer allows viewing of other file formats such as PDF, Word or Excel by launching third-party applications, which allows for toggling back and forth between custom graphic programs and standard off-the-shelf software programs.


The LGS Custom Software & Video Solutions team worked closely with the Navy to manage the timed software deployment and assisted with LT Viewer distribution to users outside of the NMCI network. LGS will continue to work with the Navy to support and manage the software.


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