Our team has many years of experience performing technology research. Our experience comes from large commercial enterprise and public sector organizations. Arcutek is a member of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, also known as America’s Seed Fund. It is one of the largest sources of early-stage capital for technology commercialization in the United States. The program allows US-owned and operated businesses to engage in federal research and development that has a strong potential for commercialization.
Partnering for success.
Arcutek collaborates with industry partners when fulfilling both our commercial and public sector customer's specific research scope and requirements. We have a high standard and perform research activities following industry best practices. We also seek to collaborate with industry Subject Matter Experts (SME's) and dedicated research institutions during our studies because leveraging the best minds in the industry is important to innovating.
Our research areas.
Our expert has experience working in HPC facilities for large universities and the Department of Energy where she holds a Top-Secret (DOE-Q) security clearance. She also posses information systems experience and is a leading expert in free and open source software systems like Linux. Our team actively collaborates with industry partners and previous SBIR grant winners who also contribute to our research.
Our information security team lead is an active guest speaker at security forums and holds engineering certifications from security vendors like Symantec, Sophos, FireEye and more. He has also been recognized by the National Security Agency in cybersecurity challenges. Our team collaborates with leading security researchers, ethical hackers, security vendors and academic research institutions. Our security research extends to various domains like high performance computing, computer networking, information systems, cryptography, software development and more.
We have established partnerships with leading technology manufacturers, academic researchers and industry experts to assist us in computer network research. Some areas include network topology design and testing, wireless network architectures, network optimization and security.