Announcements

REDCOM Awarded GSA MAS Contract for C2 Communications Products

February 12, 2024

The contract will enable the U.S. Government to easily procure REDCOM’s proven Command and Control Communications solutions.
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Announcements

REDCOM announces collaboration with Air Force Research Laboratory’s RIEBA unit to expand C2 communications

February 6, 2024

REDCOM announces a Statement of Work (SOW) in collaboration with the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) RIEBA unit. The primary purpose of this SOW will be the evaluation and integration of the REDCOM Sigma XRI-400 hardware platform within AFRL/RIEBA’s communication architecture and network
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Announcements

REDCOM® and MicroSecure® Announce a Strategic Partnership

January 3, 2024

REDCOM has announced a strategic partnership with MicroSecure Corporation. The partnership aims to expand the reach of REDCOM’s unique tactical C2 solution portfolio to government and defense customers in the Pacific region. The agreement also grants MicroSecure the exclusive right to deliver REDCOM products to the Australian Defence Forces.
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Military

What is a PACE Plan?

November 20, 2023

Primary, Alternative, Contingency, and Emergency (PACE) plans are crucial to mission success. To maintain readiness wherever possible, it’s vital to maximize the ability to leverage multiple pathways with systems that are already fielded to support strong PACE options, enabling uninterrupted communication down to the tactical edge. REDCOM Sigma is a complete software-based Command & Control solution that can form the core of your auto-PACE plan.
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Government

The dangers of offshoring engineering & development

September 12, 2023

Knowing where mission-critical hardware and software products are engineered and manufactured is essential to national security. When products are intended for use at the highest level of government and at the tactical edge, it is imperative that you know where these products are being sourced.
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Government

What is tactical radio interoperability?

August 9, 2023

Using multiple communications methods at the tactical edge is critical to mission success, but it also leads to interoperability challenges. As a result, a warfighter or operator in the field might not be able to connect to someone in a command post, on a vehicle, or in headquarters, unless they have matching equipment. And this matching equipment may not be mobile — or feasible.
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Government

The Virtues of REDCOM Sigma: Our Products and their Capabilities

July 5, 2023

REDCOM is committed to building the most flexible, versatile, and Low SWaP command and control communications solutions. It all starts with our flagship software product: REDCOM Sigma.
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Public Safety

What is Interoperability?

Industries that rely on communications need interoperability. In emergencies or at the tactical edge, your device shouldn't keep you from critical intel.
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Government

Using the GD Sectéra® vIPer™ Secure Phone for Type-1 NSA ACC-Compliant Gateways

May 15, 2023

Thanks to a collaborative effort between REDCOM and General Dynamics, organizations can now implement a new ACC-compliant integrated solution for Type 1 secure voice gateways while connecting new and legacy SCIP secure voice devices.
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Press Releases

REDCOM announces new Sigma XRI module for PacStar® Tactical Communications Systems from Curtiss-Wright

May 9, 2023

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., has announced a new Sigma XRI module for PacStar systems. The new PacStar 421 module includes REDCOM Sigma XRI technology with radio gateway services for modern and legacy radios, enabling tactical users to seamlessly bridge the gap between disparate VoIP and RoIP radio systems.
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Government

REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway use cases

May 8, 2023

Over the past 18 months, REDCOM has seen an uptick in requests from Federal Agencies and DoD organizations that need to replace non-compliant legacy encryptors with new CryptoMod Standards. Customers have articulated the same problems about their current Type-1 Secure Conferencing systems: they are not ACC compliant; they suffer from poor voice quality; or they frequently do not work, forcing them to rely on another agency’s conferencing bridge.
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