Cornet Technology, Inc. Introduces VICTORY-compliant Rugged Ethernet Switch

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Vetronics product is the first Ethernet Switch to offer Power over Ethernet (PoE)

"The HiCAP E24 and Cornet’s future Vetronics solutions are focused on fulfilling the promise of the VICTORY initiative"

Cornet Technology, Inc. today announced the release of the HICAP E24 its first VICTORY-compliant network switch solution. This high-performance Size, Weight, Power, and Cost (SWAP-C) optimized COTS switch is the first fully-managed Layer 2/3 Ethernet switch built for vehicle applications to provide the additional benefits of PoE.

The HiCAP E24 delivers 24 triple-speed ports of managed GigE switching and offers cost-saving PoE in a tested solution that supports VICTORY standards. The benefits achieved by the HiCAP E24 offering consists of: reduced vehicle wiring, the ability to locate the device anywhere in the vehicle, increased network control and monitoring capability, as well as cost savings.

The U.S. designed and built HiCAP E24 meets all applicable MIL-Standards making it dust and waterproof, capable of operating in extended temperature range, able to withstand functional shock and vibration both wheeled and tracked, and more.

“Cornet Technology’s support of the defense industry’s tactical C4ISR requirements in its solutions is evinced through its adoption of various government standards and initiatives. The HiCAP E24 and Cornet’s future Vetronics solutions are focused on fulfilling the promise of the VICTORY initiative,” said Unni Nair, vice president of engineering.

A non-VICTORY version is also available for rugged non-military applications.

Cornet Technology, Inc. specializes in a broad range of capabilities vital to the day-to-day tactical operations of the defense and associated industries in the areas of voice, video, and data communications solutions. The Company has a longstanding reputation for delivering innovative, reliable, and cost-effective intercom and voice communications and conferencing, video surveillance and distribution, transport of legacy interfaces over IP networks, as well as customer-driven specialized products all designed with an emphasis on interoperability and SWaP-C. Setting the company apart is its ability to rapidly prototype, develop, and manufacture products in-house and its willingness to objectively reevaluate existing products and offerings based on customer feedback. The Company operates from a secure facility in Springfield, Virginia, USA with additional offices in Germany, Japan, and India. More information on CTI's products and services is available at the CTI web site

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