Proven solutions at the tactical edge
There’s a reason government agencies and all branches of the military — in the U.S. and abroad — choose REDCOM for their tactical communications. Read on for four case studies:
United States Army
REDCOM is the command and control platform for the U.S. Army at the battalion level and below. REDCOM was awarded a contract to supply the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) with REDCOM® Sigma® call control software for multiple U.S. Army programs, including:
- Network Integration Technical Enhancement (NITE) that will refresh Tactical Network Transport – At-The-Halt (TNT-ATH)
- Tactical Network Transport – On-The-Move (TNT-OTM)
- Enroute Mission Command (EMC)
- Commercial Coalition Equipment (CCE)
- Disaster Incident Response Emergency Communications Terminal (DIRECT)
- Expeditionary Signal Battalion – Enhanced (ESB-E)
United States Navy
REDCOM has proudly delivered hardware and software communications solutions to a variety of customers in the maritime industry for shipboard communications.
In collaboration with L3 Communications/Henschel, REDCOM delivered a high-quality Internal Communications System (ICS) on the Virginia Class submarines for the United States Navy. REDCOM also had the opportunity to work on several other vessels for the U.S. Navy.
In order to meet future requirements to be mission-ready, the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) needed an upgrade for their legacy PBX equipment.
REDCOM teamed up with Base Camp Connect, one of Canada’s leading suppliers of communications systems, to provide the Canadian DND with low SWaP, interoperable, and reliable tactical communications systems.
United States Air Force
REDCOM has a long history of delivering deployable communications systems to the U.S. Air Force, going back to the TDC-ICAP program two decades ago.
How REDCOM Secures the Mission
In today’s information-intense domain, security is absolutely critical to the success of the mission. But what exactly does the term “security” mean? Often when users talk about security, they use it as a synonym for technology such as encryption, authentication, and validation. REDCOM has a much broader interpretation of security because we focus on the overall security of the mission.
REDCOM takes a holistic, multi-layer approach to security that goes beyond typical measures such as encryption and validation. This paper addresses REDCOM’s stance on overall mission security, which necessitates a strong focus on encryption, resiliency, interoperability, and ease of use.