REDCOM lauded for work on Internal Communications System for Astute Class Submarines

July 1, 2008

REDCOM has recently received the L3 Communications/Henschel “Outstanding Supplier” Award for their ongoing work on the new Internal Communications System (ICS) for the Astute Class of Submarines of the Royal Navy. REDCOM has also been noted for their efforts on the ICS project by BAE Systems Submarine Solutions. BAE Systems is responsible for the overall development of the Astute Class submarines.

This is the second major class submarine project where REDCOM has teamed with L3 Communications/Henschel to deliver a high-quality internal communications system—the first being the Virginia Class submarines for the United States Navy.

Executives from L3 Communications/Henschel also awarded REDCOM a crystal Supplier Appreciation Award, citing REDCOM’s dedicated service and efforts. This award was presented during REDCOM’s 30th anniversary event in June 2008.

This further validates the superior quality of REDCOM products, known for their reliability, interoperability, and transportability. From tactical to strategic uses, in VoIP and TDM applications, REDCOM has the field-proven technology that a wide range of defense forces count on in operations around the world.

REDCOM is also the manufacturer of the TRANSip® technology suite that delivers VoIP through an integrated SIP Call Manager with IP Trunking, Media Gateway and Media Gateway Controller capabilities. REDCOM TRANSip connects multi-technology networks and provides the comprehensive solution for defense applications. TRANSip offers interoperability, legacy functionality, flexible and priority routing, data collection and protocol support for the international defense market.