Government

JADC2 at the Tactical Edge

August 31, 2021

Command and Control systems are fundamental to all military operations, delivering the critical information necessary to plan, coordinate, and control forces and operations across the full range of Department of Defense (DoD) missions.
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Press Releases

REDCOM Proudly Sponsors 2021 Pound the Ground for Veterans Outreach Center

August 19, 2021

REDCOM was proud to sponsor and participate in the 2021 Pound the Ground 5k walk and run for Veterans Outreach Center (VOC) for the fourth year in a row.
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Government

Cybersecurity and Radio Interoperability at the Tactical Edge

July 29, 2021

In today’s technological climate, cybersecurity is becoming more important to mission success by the day. As our near-peer adversaries continue to invest in cyber capabilities for protection as well as aggression, it is critical that we secure our technological assets across all echelons. Such security is equally important to both the strategic decision-maker and tactical warfighter. REDCOM Sigma XRI-400 is designed with these considerations in mind, and is rigidly purpose-built for even the most intense cyber operations.
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Government

Establishing Battlefield Superiority with Core Command and Control functions

July 26, 2021

Command and Control (C2) refers to the strategic, operational, and tactical communications systems used to manage the mission and synchronize situational awareness. Our C2 solutions include the core functionality — voice, video, and chat — required in all environments, from the network operations center out to the tactical edge.
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Government

What is CMOSS?

July 12, 2021

The U.S. Army defined a suite of open architecture standards to reduce C5ISR (command, control, computers, communications, cyber-defense, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) demands. These standards will address SWaP (System Size, Weight, and Power) requirements and provide commonality across multiple platforms by sharing hardware and software components. This architecture defines CMOSS, (C5ISR Modular Open Suite of Standards), driving a change in how hardware and software interact.
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Military

What is C5ISR?

C5ISR is an acronym for Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance. REDCOM's proven C2 solutions form the foundation for expanded C5ISR or C6ISR capabilities at the tactical edge.
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Government

What is the Zero-Trust Architecture? What does it mean for the military?

June 24, 2021

After reviewing the DoD reference ZTA put forward by DISA we identified many notable trends and significant findings. In this article, we discuss our observations on the DISA Reference ZTA and posit different strategies for effectively mitigating the technical, organizational, and strategic risks associated with them. 
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Military

Meeting U.S. Army future operating concepts with Sigma XRI

May 19, 2021

In the next fight, ease of use, interoperability, and integration with Joint and Coalition forces will be critical for mission success. In line with these operational concepts, REDCOM presents Sigma® XRI-400, a full-featured C2 platform that delivers voice, video, chat, and radio interoperability in a single box.
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Announcements

REDCOM® introduces Sigma® XRI-400, a low-SWaP C2 platform for the tactical edge

April 26, 2021

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., the leading supplier of advanced tactical and strategic communications solutions, is pleased to introduce REDCOM Sigma® XRI-400, a small form factor Command and Control (C2) platform designed for all echelons of the tactical environment.
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Company

REDCOM receives Top Workplace Award for second consecutive year

March 25, 2021

REDCOM has been awarded a Top Workplaces honor by The Democrat and Chronicle two years in a row. Plus, the company has also been recognized nationally with the Top Workplaces Woman-Led Culture Excellence Award.
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Government

Mitigating Supply Chain Risks

March 1, 2021 | By: Michael Gerenser

For decades outsourcing manufacturing to foreign nations has become the new normal across all industries. But now the United States is coming face-to-face with the consequences of handing control of technology and the supply chain to foreign entities.
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