Thanks for the link, Duffbert....

(ONBOARD USS MOUNT WHITNEY -- June 16, 2004) - How does a combined joint task force (CJTF) commander engaged in a war exercise ensure that more than 28,000 personnel from the U.S. and other allies quickly and efficiently manage information in a dynamic environment? For Vice Adm. Gary Roughead, commander, Joint Task Force (CJTF) 950 -- coordinator of Combined Joint Training Force Exercise (CJTFEX) 04-2, the answer is Collaboration at Sea (CAS). ...
To keep that steady flow of information "bandwidth-friendly," the Lotus Domino Server network was created by the joint commander, Pacific Fleet/commander, Fleet Forces Command CAS project team. The Lotus Domino server-based network for CAS is a "hub and spoke" network. Lotus Domino servers are placed ashore at a Navy network operations venters (NOC) and are used as the master or hub.
Link: USJFC: Collaboration at sea program helping to build a better battle rhythm >

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