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Chesapeake Technology International has recently announced the acquisition of Assymetric Technologies, a company that specializes in products for edge communications and flight autonomy programs in the defense and national security sectors. This acquisition is part of CTI’s efforts to expand its portfolio of capabilities in technology transition and system interoperability.

Assymetric Technologies, established in 2011, is known for its expertise in open source software, flight control, and waveform technology. CTI plans to integrate Assymetric’s IronClad and Whisper systems into its existing offerings for the military’s unmanned system requirements. This move is seen as a way to enhance CTI’s ability to provide comprehensive software and purpose-built hardware products and solutions to its customers.

Jay Moorman, the CEO of CTI, expressed his excitement about the acquisition and stated that it aligns with the company’s strategy to invest in addressing evolving national security needs. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed when it was announced on Thursday.

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