Friday, August 29, 2008

FAA's Antiquated IT System's Crash Delays Flights

"...something was corrupted in a file, and that brought [the] system down in Atlanta"...the company that custom-built the mainframes for the FAA has been out of business for 20 years...The system itself is called NADIN (National Aerospace Data Interchange Network). It was designed by North American Philips for the FAA in the early 1980s...

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