Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) October 13, 2011
Collaboration Gateway version 2.0 (CG v2.0) is now certified for installation on U.S. Department of Defense Secret and Below Information (SABI) networks, according to Assured Collaboration Business Area Director, KC Aly.
“We are excited to announce that our Collaboration Gateway has passed rigorous testing and is ready for installation by our DoD customers,” Aly said. “Our Collaboration Gateway can now be deployed on classified networks such as SIPRnet for customers including CENTCOM and other Combatant Commands.”
Scott Thomas, Product Manager, said the National Security Agency (NSA), working with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), successfully tested CG v2.0. “This is a huge milestone. Many of our customers have been waiting for this capability. CGv2.0 is a significant improvement over our previous version, with support for multiple domains, web chat, and shared whiteboard capability,” Thomas said. While this certification is specific for deployments with the ISSE Guard, CGv2.0 can also support other Cross Domain Solutions (CDS). “AFRL and Trident are pursuing certification with other guards, as well as TSABI certification so that we can meet the needs of the Intelligence Community as well,” Thomas added.
Trident’s CG v1.1 provides secure cross-domain chat, using the Data Sync Guard (DSG) v2.1, and has been successfully deployed since January of 2007 on numerous domestic and international military networks, including SIPRnet and CENTRIX ISAF.
Collaboration Gateway is sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory under the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program.
Trident Systems Incorporated, based in Fairfax, Virginia, is a veteran-owned small business that has been providing hardware and software systems to military and commercial customers since 1985.