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U.S. military taps data-sleuthing tools

The U.S. government’s drive to search computer networks and databases for clues about terrorist threats has boosted the business prospects of a software start-up spun out of Xerox Parc. Inxight Software, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., has inked numerous contracts with the Department of Defense and its contractors as well as with Lawrence Livermore National Lab over the past year, said David Spenhoff, vice president of marketing at Inxight. The privately held company, which makes information search and retrieval software, plans to announce its growing military business on Monday. The surge of business, Spenhoff said, is a result of the government’s interest in intelligence-gathering tools after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Full Story

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