Lockheed forms new unit in technology

January 31, 1996|By Ted Shelsby | Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF

Lockheed Martin Corp. has taken its involvement in the production of video game components and computer printers, and its information management services, and tied them together into a new business group -- Commercial Systems -- within its Information and Technology Services sector.

Lockheed Martin also announced yesterday the formation of a new company, Real 3D, within its corporate structure, and the appointment of three unit presidents.

All of the moves are designed to focus the company's commercial computer-related manufacturing and information management services into a single operation.

The package includes:

* Real 3D. Based in Orlando, Fla., it is involved in the production of graphics boards used in video games produced by Sega Enterprises.

* Access Graphics, in Boulder, Colo., assists companies with computer telephone integration, document imaging, creative graphics, enterprise networking, Internet communications and computer-aided design.

* CalComp, in Anaheim, Calif., designs and manufactures computer peripherals.

* Formtek, in Pittsburgh, develops and integrates enterprise-wide information management systems for aerospace and defense organizations, telephone companies and utilities.

* Integrated Business Solutions, in Orlando, provides information management services.

* Lockheed Martin Commercial Electronics, in Hudson, N.H., manufactures circuit boards and complete electronic products for companies in the computer, telecommunications and medical instrumentation industries.

* MountainGate, in Reno, Nev., develops and manufactures a wide range of removable and transportable computer data storage equipment.

Gary P. Mann is the new president of the Commercial Systems Group. Robert L. Veschi was named president, Integrated Business Solutions, and Gerald W. Stanley was appointed president, Real 3D.

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