REDCOM systems are built to perform reliably and consistently, and are rugged and field-proven in the harshest environments. All REDCOM products are designed, manufactured and supported out of our state-of-the-art facility in Victor, NY, USA.
REDCOM builds the interfaces and supports the protocols that enable secure and interoperable communications for government and defense users. REDCOM solutions connect multi-technology networks for Joint, NATO, and Coalition Forces, delivering maximum interoperability and support of International Telephony Standards including: SIP, SCIP, V.150.1, T.38, IPv4, IPv6, ANSI 619a, MLPP, Q.955, C7, SS7, GR-303, V5.2, CAS, DTMF, MFC/R2, MF/R1, FGC, CLASS, ISDN, PRI/BRI and Euro ISDN.
REDCOM's TRANSip® IP Technology Suite is based on the SIP industry standard and is the breakthrough technology behind the REDCOM HDX•C, SLICE 2100, SLICE IP and SLICE IP Micro, delivering tactical, strategic and secure VoIP through an integrated SIP Call Manager with IP Trunking, Media Gateway and Media Gateway Controller capabilities. The TRANSip suite enables the convergence of tactical and strategic networks built from a broad range of technologies, including:
REDCOM systems support US, NATO, COALITION and NGO’s in the many theaters of operation around the world. Our ability to interoperate with virtually any telephone communications system on the globe provides the flexibility needed by our deployed troops to meet virtually any voice communications need. REDCOM systems can boast interoperability from the latest Unified Communications AS-SIP phones to rugged magneto crank-phones, all in one system. The ability of our systems to interoperate with legacy systems allows network planners to utilize existing functional legacy resources in their communications plans, easing deployment issues and lessening mandatory capital expenditures.
REDCOM can claim many "firsts" with its products, including:
REDCOM’s software Version 4.0 for the HDX and SLICE family of products, along with Teo® IP phones as the end instrument, have been placed on the Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved Products List (APL) and certified for use as Local Session Controller (LSC) by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Unified Capabilities Certification Office (UCCO). The UC APL lists products that are available to the Department of Defense (DoD). To be placed on the UC APL, products must be evaluated and achieve certification for information assurance (IA) and interoperability (IO) by the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC).
The LSC is responsible for enforcing Assured Services Session Initiation Protocol (AS-SIP) trunk policies, such as Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption (MLPP), for calls made from SIP phones. MLPP ensures that the most important calls get through during crisis situations and it is an essential element of command and control.
REDCOM’s solutions offer powerful UC capabilities including AS-SIP, IPv4/IPv6 dual stack, MLPP, seamless converged TDM/IP interoperability, secure communications via the Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol (SCIP), V.150.1, and much more.
With Version 4.0 certification and listing on DISA's UC APL, warfighters on today’s modern battlefield can be confident that their calls will get through, backed by the reliability and extensive interoperability of REDCOM products operating in a Joint environment.
For a complete list of REDCOM products that are available on DISA’s UC APL, please visit https://aplits.disa.mil/processAPList.do and select REDCOM from the drop down vendor menu.
REDCOM is a key partner with DISA in implementing the Assured Services Session Initiation Protocol (AS-SIP), as defined by the Unified Capabilities Requirements (UCR) technical standards for telecommunication switching equipment. AS-SIP is a defined set of SIP signaling standards incorporating DoD Assured Service functionality, including MLPP for establishing communication with resource priorities, ensuring system and network access and control, and providing precedence and pre-emption policies to assure connectivity for command and control.