REDCOM and General Dynamics Mission Systems Collaborate to Provide a Modernized Type 1 Cryptographic Secure Voice Gateway Solution for Secure Conferencing

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The REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway integrates the Sectéra® vIPer™ Universal Secure Phone to provide government agencies, enterprises, and corporations with a turnkey Advanced Cryptographic Capabilities (ACC) compliant solution for secure classified communications.

REDCOM’s innovative solutions are developed with a commitment to interoperate with legacy technology while bridging them into the modern era with the latest advances in secure communications.

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., the leading supplier of advanced tactical and strategic communications solutions, has announced a strategic relationship with General Dynamics Mission Systems to provide an ACC-compliant solution for Type 1 secure communications. REDCOM’s Secure Voice Gateway (SVG) offers secure conferencing for U.S. government agencies, enterprises, and corporations.

This new solution provides a gateway between RED/BLACK networks with conferencing capabilities for end-to-end secure communications, the latest advanced cryptographic capabilities for secure conferencing, and interoperability with new and legacy SCIP secure voice devices.

The REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway consists of a REDCOM HDX system powered by REDCOM’s new Secure Device Interface (SDI) board and GD’s Sectéra vIPer Phones acting as encryptors. Together, the REDCOM HDX and Sectéra vIPer phones provide the functionality to set up Type 1 secure conference calls. Each SDI board offers four channels of Type 1 communications, which enable SCIP interoperability to protect sensitive voice calls classified top secret and below. The REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway is highly scalable and can accommodate more lines by incorporating additional SDI boards and corresponding Sectéra vIPer phones as encryptors.

“Decades of dedication to producing secure communications solutions has made REDCOM a leader in the industry when it comes to providing secure strategic solutions,” said Jerry Totsline, REDCOM Government Solutions Manager. “REDCOM’s innovative solutions are developed with a commitment to interoperate with legacy technology while bridging them into the modern era with the latest advances in secure communications.”

Existing REDCOM HDX customers with the REDCOM SWT-R or REDCOM STE-R boards and legacy encryptors can now use REDCOM’s new SDI board and Sectéra vIPer secure phones as a viable replacement.

To learn more about the REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway, visit http://www.redcom.com/products/redcom-secure-voice-gateway/ or contact a REDCOM solution advisor at sales@redcom.com.

About REDCOM
REDCOM Laboratories, Inc. is a woman-owned small business specializing in the development of advanced strategic, operational, and tactical communication solutions with a focus on interoperability, flexibility, and ease of use. REDCOM’s MIL-spec products are optimized for low size, weight, and power (SWaP), making them the ideal communications core for denied environments or deployments to the tactical edge. REDCOM’s customers include all branches of the military, government agencies, emergency responders, integrators, and enterprises. All REDCOM products are proudly designed, built, and supported in the United States. For additional information, please visit the REDCOM website at http://www.redcom.com.

About General Dynamics Mission Systems
General Dynamics Mission Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), provides mission critical solutions to those who lead, serve and protect the world we live in. General Dynamics Mission Systems is a technology integrator and original equipment manufacturer with deep domain expertise in ground, sea, air, space and cyberspace. Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, General Dynamics Mission Systems employs more than 12,000 people worldwide. For more information about General Dynamics Mission Systems’ broad portfolio of capabilities, visit http://www.gdmissionsystems.com and follow @GDMS on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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