REDCOM's communications platforms supports a full range of international interfaces and protocols, offering you the ability to match regional communications technology. REDCOM also provides a simple user interface, allowing fast and easy upgrades, alterations, and configuration changes to be made in the field.
Using multiple system configuration databases, a single communication platform can be quickly reconfigured by simply loading the new database. One platform can then be used as a backup or standby communications platform in nearly any location in the world. This unique and powerful capability is delivered through a multitude of protocols and interfaces including:
The REDCOM communications platform has a powerful conferencing capability allowing different types of conference bridges to be set up on one platform. Users from all sources can participate in the conference, whether connected by radio, satellite, GSM, PSTN, or VoIP.
REDCOM solutions equipped with the TRANSip® IP technology suite provide much more than first generation softswitches by integrating VoIP and TDM Call Management, Media Gateway Services, a Media Gateway Controller, and other important features. REDCOM transportable solutions offer all the benefits of IP while preserving the functionality of the existing telecom infrastructure.
When you need a communications platform that meets mission critical requirements, REDCOM provides you with the solutions that perform in the world's most challenging environments.
REDCOM communications platforms are specifically engineered for interoperability and durability. With installations that range from remote central offices, to disaster recovery sites, REDCOM provides communications platforms that are proven in the most demanding conditions.
In emergency situations, where dispatcher performance is crucial to establishing effective command and control communications (C3), REDCOM provides the Link Command System. A GUI package that offers call control and handling capability, the LCS provides dispatchers with a complete, user-friendly overview of their network. Using a standard PC, the Link Command System allows the operator to intercept calls, manage conference bridges, directory requests, and incoming call queues.
REDCOM communications platforms are designed to perform under the most challenging environments—from the intense humidity of tropical islands, the searing heat of the Sahara to the frigid temperatures of the Arctic.
REDCOM solutions equipped with the TRANSip® technology suite provide much more than first generation softswitches by integrating VoIP and TDM Call Management, Media Gateway Services, a Media Gateway Controller, and other important features. REDCOM transportable solutions offer all the benefits of IP while preserving the functionality of existing TDM telecom infrastructures.
REDCOM and TLC Solutions have teamed up to “cut the wires” by combining the technologies of REDCOM’s SLICE® 2100™ and TLC Solutions’ Portable GSM Network, creating a self-contained switching system, designed to serve as the communications hub for a Rapidly Deployable Emergency Command and Control Center (RDEC3). The RDEC3 is a small, fully-specified GSM/Softswitch solution.
REDCOM's Transportable Communications Package (TCP), used by emergency responders around the world, offers multiple packaging options that combine a REDCOM communications platform integrated with other communications equipment including fiber drivers, routers and Ethernet switches. Featuring a modular cabling system in a highly durable, shock and weather resistant case, the TCP is easily deployable for disaster recovery and emergency services operations.
A wide variety of packaging options are available, including custom designs to meet your specific needs. REDCOM TCPs meet stringent standards for impact and vibration, and are built to withstand the harsh conditions of airlift, seaborne transport, and off-road transportation. The quick-detach connectors are embedded into the back panel of the TCP. Multiple TCP units can be stacked as a single system using bus cables. REDCOM transportable units are highly mobile and are installed in ships, trucks and Humvees, as well as various communications shelters and remote encampments.
REDCOM TCPs are available in multiple configurations. Two commonly used packages are shown below: