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3211 Scott Blvd #203
Santa Clara, CA 95054
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Budget cuts place restraints on DoD helicopter market - News

October 22, 2015
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California. Analysts at Frost & Sullivan say that a reduction new U.S. military helicopter procurement programs the need for logistical support, upgrades, and the remanufacture of current platforms and subsystems will sustain market growth. They say they expect military helicopter funding to decrease from about $9.99 billion in 2015 to $6.89 billion in 2020, at a negative compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of five percent.

Electronic warfare market to grow over next five years - Other

September 10, 2015
Market analysts on both sides of the pond say that the electronic warfare (EW) market is strong with modest growth expected over the next five years.

Military spending to increase in Angola, Azerbaijan, Peru, Qatar, and South Korea - News

August 20, 2015
LONDON. Defense spending by Angola, Azerbaijan, Peru, Qatar, and South Korea is expected to increase by amore than $16 billion over the next decade, industry analysts say.

Drop in DoD simulation and training market due to budget cuts - News

July 29, 2015
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. The defense simulation and training market in the U.S. is expected to shrink from from $13.11 billion in 2014 to $13.00 billion in 2019 at a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.2 percent, according to analysts at Frost & Sullivan in a report titled "DoD Training and Simulation Market."

Frost & Sullivan predicts U.S. DoD Special Operations Command spending to stabilize up to 2018 - News

January 02, 2014
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA. Analysis from Frost & Sullivan’s U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Special Operations Command (SOCOM) budget shows $10.09 million was spent on military products and services in 2012, and is expected to reach $10.60 million by 2018. The spending is anticipated to remain stable during the next four years, in spite of current budget concerns.

Frost & Sullivan study forecasts spike in DoD spending on COTS Aircraft - News

June 06, 2013
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA. Frost & Sullivan’s Aerospace and Defense practice has issued a study that forecasts a spike in spending on Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) aircraft by the Department of Defense (DoD). The report shows that COTS aircraft will be favored over new designs because they reduce long-term development costs and provide Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) by circumventing the Program Of Record (POR) procurement process.