Trident Systems Cross-Domain Collaboration Solutions to Feature at Upcoming Radiant Mercury Users' Group Conference

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Trident Systems, a leading certified cross-domain provider, has been selected as a featured exhibitor and demonstrator at this year's Radiant Mercury User Group (RMUG) conference.

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These solutions represent the next wave in time-critical collaboration; in Afghanistan, or multinational operations like Odyssey Dawn, our forces need to share quickly – virtually in real-time – with users on differently-classified networks.

Trident Systems’ growing family of certified cross-domain collaboration solutions have been selected as featured demonstrations at this year’s Radiant Mercury User Group (RMUG) conference on 4 – 7 April in Littleton, CO. These cross-domain collaboration solutions, designed to allow military users to work together across networks at different levels of security, are being deployed throughout the world in support of current military operations.

“We’re excited that we’ve been invited to show the Radiant Mercury community our cross-domain chat, VoIP, and multi-level Wiki at this very selective conference,” notes Nick Karangelen, Trident’s founder and President. “These solutions represent the next wave in time-critical collaboration; in Afghanistan, or multinational operations like Odyssey Dawn, our forces need to share quickly – virtually in real-time – with users on differently-classified networks. Leveraging the power of cross-domain solutions like Radiant Mercury makes such collaboration in even the most complex Coalition settings.”

Collaboration Gateway, Trident’s certified cross-domain chat and whiteboarding solution, is currently in use by more than 4,000 users across the US and around the world. Mike Casey, Trident’s business area director for Assured Collaboration, describes the demo: “Collaboration Gateway, as well as our new cross-domain VoIP solution and an innovative multi-level Wiki, are going to be put through their paces in a simulated counter-piracy scenario in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Libya. Our US & French ‘sailors’ will use these tools to collaborate across networks classified at simulated Top Secret, Secret-US only, and Secret-Coalition, relying on Radiant Mercury to transfer collaboration data between these domains. We’ve also integrated language translation to illustrate how even language is no longer a barrier to time-critical collaboration.”

Access to the RMUG is limited to a pre-invited guest list; however, Trident’s cross-domain solutions will also be on display at the DoDIIS Worldwide conference (Detroit, 1-8 May) and the Unified Cross-Domain Management Office conference (Chicago, 1-5 August).

Trident Systems Incorporated (TSI) is a veteran-owned small business that has been providing hardware and software systems to military and commercial clients since 1985. We support customers ranging from the United States Special Operations community to the New York Stock Exchange by harnessing emerging technologies to provide innovative affordable products and services that consistently exceed our customers' expectations.

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