Deal Could Remake Border Security
Helena Independent Record
By Martin J. Kidston
A small Missoula developer of covert intelligence and surveillance systems made a splash Wednesday by announcing a landmark agreement with IBM, one that could shape the way organizations protect and monitor critical infrastructure. The deal, signed between TerraEchos of Missoula and the computer giant IBM, could also alter the way the nation secures its inland borders, including the 550-plus miles between Montana and Canada. Alex Philp, president and CEO of TerraEchos, based in downtown Missoula, said the agreement allows his company to embed new IBM technology into a system of fiber-optic sensors.
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