U.S. Army’s PEO C3T Network Modernization
The United States Army has selected REDCOM Sigma® as the call control software for its Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T). The U.S. Army chose REDCOM Sigma due to the software’s small footprint, intuitive interface, resilient architecture, ability to interoperate with existing devices, and simple licensing model.
Tactical Communications for Canadian Department of Defence
The Canadian Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces needed an upgrade for their legacy PBX equipment. REDCOM teamed up with Base Camp Connect to provide them with this system upgrade.
Enhancing Mobile Communications for Maritime Vehicles
Over the years, REDCOM has proudly delivered hardware and software communications solutions to a variety of customers in the maritime industry. We work with each of these customers to deliver simple yet sophisticated custom communication systems that meet their operational requirements.
Los Angeles Fire Department
REDCOM equipment has been a critical part of the communications network for the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Fire Department since the early 1990s. The REDCOM system had been working reliably for more than two decades, but they needed to transition to IP to take advantage of the city’s new fiber network. So, REDCOM came up with a two-phased approach to evolve the LAFD’s communications network.
U.S. Air Force TDC-ICAP
REDCOM has cemented itself as a preferred supplier of tactical communications gear to the Air Force's TDC-ICAP program due to our ability to deliver ruggedized, interoperable communications packages. The REDCOM solution exceeded the requirements of the U.S. Air Force, leading us to fulfill multiple contracts. Much of our equipment is still in use to this day.
Farmers Mutual – Migrating Rural Networks to IP
Farmers Mutual Telephone Company purchased a REDCOM SLICE 2100 and a REDCOM HDX. REDCOM provided superior support and cooperation to adapt the SLICE 2100’s capabilities to the needs of their network.
North English Cooperative Telephone Company modernizes their network with REDCOM technology
The North English Cooperative Telephone Company switched out their old Taqua softswitch for a REDCOM HDX, which provided a more economical way to transition to a SIP architecture, instead of trying to update their old system.
Prairieburg Telephone Company modernizes their network with REDCOM SLICE 2100
Prairieburg Telephone Company went from a 20-year-old TDM softswitch to a modern REDCOM SLICE 2100. The upgrade was seamless, power usage reduced by half, and the product will actually pay for itself in just three years.
Minerva Valley Companies modernizes its network with a REDCOM carrier-grade softswitch
Minerva Valley Companies went from an old CopperCom switch to a REDCOM HDX. This product provided a cost-effective overlay to their existing network and allowing for advanced communications services for their customers.
Baldwin-Nashville Telephone Company modernizes their network with REDCOM SLICE 2100
Baldwin-Nashville Telephone Company modernized their network with REDCOM SLICE 2100. REDCOM was able to provide much better support, and at the end of the day, the SLICE 2100 allowed for a far better return on investment.
LaHarpe Telephone Company chooses REDCOM HDX to replace their existing equipment
LaHarpe Telephone Company was looking for an affordable and reliable piece of equipment to replace their CopperCom switch. REDCOM HDX gave them exactly what they were looking for, without unnecessary maintenance costs.
Reynolds Telephone Company modernizes their network with REDCOM HDX
Reynolds Telephone Company replaced their DMS switch with a REDCOM HDX, which allowed for SIP – giving them a great way to leverage their IP network to reduce costs. The HDX also afforded a lowered TCO and increased power efficiency.