Harris Corporation introduces the new Falcon III RF-7800N-CP Mobile Computing Platform. The MCP server is designed to host, process and deliver mission-critical communications and multimedia applications when needed in the field.
The RF-7800N-CP Mobile Computing Platform utilizes Internet Protocol standards to manage and route data traffic to and from various communication networks for military and public safety users.
“The MCP reflects a growing demand from our customers for end-to-end solutions that help receive, process, store and re-transmit information, in real-time,” said Andy Start, president, International Business, Harris RF Communications. “Our customers have entrusted Harris for years to provide reliable tactical communications solutions. With products like the MCP, we’re able to provide comprehensive new systems that meet the entirety of their needs, with the service and support they have come to expect from Harris.”
According to Harris, the open standard Linux operating system enables hosting of a variety of COTS and custom applications, providing an integrated and versatile Communications Server for C4ISR and other network-centric communications systems. Additionally, the H.264 Video Encoder transforms the MCP into a media collection points.
“The ability of the MCP to function as a server, router, and multimedia gateway enables applications such as remote video surveillance, multi-camera security and recording, and real-time situational awareness,” said Start. “The MCP improves the user’s operational effectiveness while safely inside the confines of a vehicle, shelter, or building.”