In addition to NASA phase III opportunities, there are several programs within AFRL and MDA which could be potential phase III candidates. These programs are considering the 6U version because of redundancy and enhanced functionality. The Precision Tracking Space System (PTSS) is a MDA program that is being lead by the John Hopkins Advanced Physics Laboratory (APL). The PTSS optical payload processor has requirements for a high speed, low power, non-volatile memory module. The optical payload deputy, Matt Grey, is interested in having NASA fund the phase II SBIR in support of his program. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. There are several programs that could utilize an advanced integrated memory and processing system. The NASA Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO) is funding the development of the SpaceCube 2.0 system to support the upcoming series of Earth Science Decadal Survey missions including HyspIRI, ACE, LIST, DESDynI, GEO-CAPE, and 3D-Winds. It is also in the baseline architecture for the new Robotic Servicing program called 3+ missions under Mr. Frank Cepollina (deputy director for Hubble). Several Space Science missions (MMS follow-on, TESS, next-gen telescopes, Venus mission) are considering or doing proof-of-concept demos with SpaceCube. The POC for the ESTO and SpaceCube 2.0 is Mr. Thomas Flatley, the branch head of Science Data and Processing (Code 587). He is very interested in working with SEAKR to develop a high speed NVM module and has been briefed on SEAKR's phase 1 SBIR objectives. His email is email@example.com.