Victor, NY (PRWEB) April 19, 2010
REDCOM Laboratories Inc., a company that designs and manufactures the world's most reliable fully interoperable telecommunications systems, announced today that it will be exhibiting its secure converged warfighter communications solutions at the 2010 Defense Information System Agency (DISA) Customer Partnership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee from May 3-7, Booth # 110.
The annual DISA Customer Partnership Conference brings together military services, combatant commands, industry, senior decision-makers, and subject-matter experts, who openly communicate and share information that is critical to helping DoD achieve mission success. Among the topics that will be on the minds of attendees at this year's conference is the Assured Services Session Initiation Protocol (AS-SIP), a defined set of SIP signaling standards incorporating DoD Assured Service functionality.
"We are proud to be a key AS-SIP partner with DISA in this important initiative for warfighter communications," said Dinah Gueldenpfennig, Vice President of Planning and Government Program Administration, REDCOM. "As a company, we are committed to ensuring that our portfolio of switching systems for the DoD market fully support the AS-SIP requirements as defined by the Unified Capabilities Requirements for telecom switching equipment."
At the DISA Customer Partnership Conference, REDCOM will exhibit its HDX•C and SLICE® 2100™ switches that support AS-SIP signaling requirements for Local Session Controller (LSC). The LSC is responsible for protocol conversion from analog, digital, and IP on the line side to AS-SIP on the trunk side. In addition, the LSC is responsible for enforcing AS-SIP trunk policies such as Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption (MLPP) for calls made from SIP phones.
In the DoD environment, AS-SIP provides military-unique features such as MLPP for establishing communication with resource priorities, ensuring system and network access and control, and providing precedence and pre-emption policies to assure connectivity. This essential element of command and control ensures that the most important calls get through and are able to "tandem" and deliver priority calls for end-to-end warfighter communications.
Solutions for Defense Communicators
Regardless of the military mission, REDCOM's portfolio of JITC-tested and certified switching equipment delivers highly secure, interoperable, rugged and reliable VoIP solutions for tactical and strategic applications. Whether warfighters need the transportability and small footprint of REDCOM's SLICE 2100 in a slim 1U platform for tactical communications deployments, or the scalable and stackable HDX•C "building block" approach for reach back support in the field, REDCOM has the secure, tactical and strategic solution platforms to meet DoD's requirements.
REDCOM enables secure and interoperable warfighter communications with TRANSip®, the breakthrough technology that delivers secure tactical and strategic integrated VoIP for Joint, NATO, and Coalition Forces. Whether in a foxhole or at the Pentagon, REDCOM's TRANSip technology suite converges tactical and strategic networks built from a broad range of technologies for maximum interoperability, so warfighters can be confident that REDCOM systems will operate in a joint environment.
For more than 30 years, REDCOM has specialized in the design and manufacture of innovative telecommunications products noted for their quality and reliability. REDCOM products provide customers with state-of-the-art public and private network systems, ISDN systems, integrated TDM and VoIP systems, transportable systems, programmable systems, and test equipment.
Located in Victor, New York, USA, REDCOM markets to a global customer base including commercial telecom service providers, private networks, integrators, emergency responders, and government and defense agencies, customizing products to meet each market's specific needs. All REDCOM products are proudly designed, manufactured and assembled in the United States. The company website is: http://www.redcom.com.