Full Featured SIP Call Controller

 IP Convergence

An advanced IP communication core

The SLICE IP is powered by TRANSip®, REDCOM’s VoIP technology suite that provides an innovative IP communications solution. In its slim 1U platform the SLICE IP with TRANSip integrates key IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) elements delivering call management functionality — such as call setup, control and termination — through the industry standard architecture, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), for seamless interoperability.


Manage IP SATCOM bandwidth

Flexible compression methods help warfighters manage bandwidth usage. The SLICE IP’s advanced standards-based IP trunk features help manage the SATCOM bandwidth consumed in IP based voice communications. Considerable SATCOM bandwidth can be saved during modem-driven secure voice conversations by using SLICE IP’s integrated V.150.1 standard. Advanced IP trunk features manage the quantity of calls allowed over SATCOM links, as well as the amount of bandwidth a user consumes.

 Secure Communications

Secure Communications

SSL/TLS provides a common encryption layer which can be used by a number of IP applications, relieving each application from the burden of providing its own method of encrypting. With readily available client software, it can encrypt Telnet, the IP application through which system administration is done. This prevents, among other things, eavesdropping on terminal sessions.


Precedence & Preemption

The SLICE IP provides Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption (MLPP) for end-to-end Warfighter communications. This essential element of command and control (C2) ensures that the most important calls get through to the end location and warfighter.


Scalable & Flexible

The SLICE IP is scalable and flexible for future growth. Up to three SLICE IP systems can be stacked to operate as a single system when greater capacity is required, allowing you to triple your IP trunking and IP subscriber base to 9,000 per node. The SLICE IP can also be stacked with the REDCOM SLICE 2100 when access to E1/T1 trunks or legacy protocols is needed.


Supports AS-SIP Requirements

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 to assure connectivity for command and control.

Get more information

For more information on our communications solutions, please contact a REDCOM customer advocate at 585-924-6500 or click here to send us an email.