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C2 Communications for Next-Gen Superiority

Many of the C2 communications systems deployed today are more complex and expensive than they need to be. All branches of the U.S. military are seeking next-generation technology to improve interoperability, resiliency and mobility while simultaneously reducing costs and training time.

REDCOM can help get you there with the REDCOM Sigma® ecosystem. REDCOM Sigma takes formerly disparate hardware and software components and combines them into a lightweight, unified software instance. This provides tactical users with just one platform to buy, configure, deploy and train on, greatly reducing complexity while boosting operational flexibility. Sigma is already proven with multiple programs in the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force, and paves the way toward future concepts such as JADC2 and CMOSS.

In this webinar, we’ll explore a few of the major new features REDCOM has introduced on the Sigma platform in spring 2022. The first of these is TSM talk group support, which allows Sigma to integrate seamlessly with TSM networks. The second major feature is an integrated C2 console, which gives warfighters a single pane of glass for monitoring and controlling all communications on the tactical network.

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Webinar: Zero Trust Architectures for the Tactical Edge

REDCOM is a leading voice in the conversation on actualizing a working Zero Trust Architecture for the tactical edge. We hosted a webinar in conjunction with AFCEA where REDCOM’s Collin Sweeney and Kal Baumwart discussed the state of ZTA today along with some of the challenges in bringing this technology to the edge. They then introduced REDCOM’s answer to this problem: a seamless, lightweight, easy-to-deploy authentication solution built from the bottom up to meet the needs of users in the tactical domain called ZKX.

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IMS: The Internet of Voice Service

REDCOM’s Shannon Chevier presents CCA’s webinar of the month, discussing the power of IMS as the internet of voice service and future considerations for “Rip and Replace” deployments.

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Building to Future Requirements Today | Future Soldier 2021

Critical to mission success, soldiers’ capabilities to engage and defeat new threats have been prioritized by Army Futures Command as a critical area for development. Future Soldier Technology USA will bring together military leaders and technical experts to address the evolving capability spectrum of dismounted technology of the US Armed Forces.

Future operating concepts for the U.S. Army outline the need to converge warfighting capabilities into systems that are faster, lighter, and more interoperable, all while improving ease of use. Next-gen platforms like CMOSS hold a lot of promise, but we all know that the process of implementing new technology at the tactical edge can be a challenge. REDCOM recognizes this, which is why we are actively developing solutions that not only solve today’s challenges but also provide a bridge to the platforms of tomorrow.

REDCOM’s Strategic Planning & Research Manager Sal Ceravolo and Business Development Manager Courtney Stiles presented at this year’s Future Soldier Technology Conference. Their discussion highlights how REDCOM’s solution set today maps directly to future Army requirements such as CMOSS, wireless, SDR, and more.

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Government-Grade Secure Voice Communications & Conferencing

When the integrity of trade secrets or national security is on the line, mass-market communications solutions simply won’t cut it. In this webinar, REDCOM presents two solutions that are already proven in multiple government agencies and enterprise settings.

In the first half of the webinar, we discuss the REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway, an ACC-Compliant Type 1 Conferencing solution that enables seamless communication between secure and non-secure networks. Michael Corcoran, Solutions Architect from General Dynamics Mission Systems, joins us to answer questions on the NSA Certified Sectéra vIPer Universal Secure Phone.

In the second half of the webinar, we demonstrate the features and capabilities of REDCOM’s robust Conference Manager, a powerful software application that provides complete secure conference control and monitoring.

 

 

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Enhancing Unity of Effort for C2 at the Tactical Edge

Future operating concepts across all branches of the U.S. military outline the need to:

  • Modernize the network
  • Make technology easier to use
  • Become more efficient and mobile
  • Improve the integration with Joint and Coalition forces
  • Reduce training and lifecycle costs

In line with these directives, REDCOM developed Sigma®, a warfighter C2 platform deployed and proven in multiple programs within the U.S. Army PEO C3T.

This webinar introduces Sigma XRI, a small and ruggedized communications platform that brings voice, video, chat, and radio interoperability to all echelons of the tactical edge. This new platform minimizes the equipment and logistics required to bring disparate radio and IP devices together and enables full stand-alone C2 comms in Disconnected, Intermittent, and Limited Bandwidth (DIL) environments.

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Secure Voice Gateway & Conferencing

REDCOM and General Dynamics Mission Systems are collaborating to provide the only viable solution for ACC compliant Type-1 voice communications and conferencing. In this webinar, REDCOM’s Jerry Totsline teams up with Chris Hubbard of GDMS to discuss the following:

  • Upcoming cryptographic requirements
  • Modernization considerations for ACC compliance
  • How to leverage next-generation technology for dynamic secure voice conferencing needs

This video was hosted by General Dynamics Mission Systems, please click this link to register and view the webinar.

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Command and Control for the Tactical Edge

The United States Army is currently undergoing a massive network modernization effort spanning multiple programs. REDCOM’s C2 communication solutions are a critical part of these programs at the battalion down to the squad. In this webinar, REDCOM’s Courtney Stiles and Michael Scaravillo outline how REDCOM technology is being implemented by the Army to improve efficiency, mobility, resiliency, and interoperability.

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Securing the Mission

In today’s information-intense domain, security is absolutely critical to the success of the mission. But what exactly does the term “security” mean? While encryption is important and very much central to security, we believe mission security hinges on three other factors working together with encryption and validation: interoperability, ease of use, and resiliency.

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