REDCOM to exhibit integrated tactical and strategic communications solutions at SITDEF Peru 2021

October 6, 2021

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., the leading supplier of advanced tactical and strategic communications solutions, is pleased to be attending SITDEF Peru 2021 in booth #93 from Thursday, October 28 – Sunday, October 31. 

At the show, REDCOM will be exhibiting Sigma® XRI-400, a small form factor C2 platform that bridges the gap between disparate radio systems used by military units, government agencies, and public safety organizations. By leveraging existing radio assets, Sigma XRI-400 enables these organizations to seamlessly connect to each other, regardless of radio network, endpoint, or frequency used. Because Sigma XRI-400 is a full-featured C2 platform, radio users can communicate directly with users on any SIP end device and can participate in the same voice conferences.  

At the core of the Sigma XRI-400 is REDCOM Sigma®, a complete software-based Command & Control solution with voice, video, chat, and conferencing. REDCOM Sigma increases operational flexibility while reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements in military and humanitarian aid scenarios. REDCOM Sigma is based on open standards with a focus on interoperability, flexibility, and ease of use. 

At their core, both of these communications solutions were built with a sophisticated simplicity approach. This means REDCOM software is designed from the start to be intuitive and seamless, making it easy for each user to learn and master the technology in hours or days – not weeks.  

REDCOM’s Jose Pardo, Director of International Sales, is looking forward to attending SITDEF Peru, remarking: “SITDEF Peru is a great way for REDCOM to build new partnerships and reach new customers in a market where we haven’t had a large presence before. With communication solutions for both military and first responder environments, customers would be able to leverage REDCOM’s portfolio of communications hardware and software to meet their unique requirements.”