REDCOM® Introduces REDCOM Sigma® XRI-400, a low-SWaP C2 platform with voice, video, chat, and radio interoperability

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REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., the leading supplier of advanced tactical and strategic communications solutions, is pleased to introduce REDCOM Sigma® XRI-400, a small form factor Command and Control (C2) platform designed for all echelons of the tactical environment.

REDCOM Sigma XRI-400

REDCOM Sigma® XRI-400

Sigma XRI allows warfighters to maintain connectivity and situational awareness in any environment, and greatly reduces the architecture, training, and complexity of deployed communications, leading to reduced lifecycle costs and a more efficient network footprint.

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., the leading supplier of advanced tactical and strategic communications solutions, is pleased to introduce REDCOM Sigma® XRI-400, a small form factor Command and Control (C2) platform designed for all echelons of the tactical environment.

Building on the success of REDCOM Sigma C2 software, REDCOM developed the Sigma XRI-400 platform to bring voice, video, chat, and radio interoperability to the tactical edge in a single ruggedized, low-SWaP box.

“As operations become more decentralized and distributed, communications requirements and interoperability requirements increase dramatically,” said Mike Sweeney, VP Strategy, REDCOM. “The new Sigma XRI from REDCOM solves these challenges. It enables units to operate more autonomously, and allows warfighters to maintain connectivity and situational awareness in any environment. Sigma XRI also greatly reduces the architecture, training, and complexity of deployed communications, leading to reduced lifecycle costs and a more efficient network footprint.”

REDCOM XRI-400 is powered by REDCOM Sigma software, the C2 platform of choice for multiple programs within the United States Army’s Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T).

REDCOM Sigma XRI-400 combines the proven capabilities of REDCOM Sigma software with technology that bridges the gap between radios from multiple military units and Joint/Coalition forces. With the new XRI-400 system, radio users on any end device or frequency can seamlessly communicate over multiple networks, including IP, LTE, SATCOM, UHF, VHF, HF, and TSM. The new solution enables disparate units, branches, and nations to seamlessly communicate within a common C2 platform, eliminating the hurdles brought on by the traditionally incompatible communications devices and systems.

In disconnected, intermittent, and low-bandwidth (DIL) environments, REDCOM Sigma XRI-400 can be employed as a stand-alone Command and Control platform. This enables continuity of operations even in the event of a targeted electromagnetic attack. Additionally, the small form factor of Sigma XRI-400 allows the solution to be mounted in vehicles, packed, hand-carried, or added to an existing data/comms rack to support C2 in all domains.

The capabilities of REDCOM Sigma XRI-400 also translate to the Public Safety world, where incident responders can use the platform to bridge gaps in communications that result from conventionally incompatible systems and hardware used by police, fire, EMTs, the national guard, and federal agencies.

To learn more about the REDCOM Sigma XRI-400 platform, visit http://www.redcom.com/xri  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.

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