iDirectGov Releases Updated Transmission Security Software for Remotes & Defense Line Card Portfolio

iDirectiDirect Government has launched its Evolution 3.4.1 software that is designed to facilitate transmission security for airborne, maritime and land-based satellite communications using the 9-Series portfolio of remotes and defense line cards.

The satcom provider said Monday the software works to support 950mp, 900 and 9350 remotes as well as DLC-T and DLC-R line cards via a single platform.

iDirectGov added it also built the 3.4.1 software to support the compatibility of 9-series remotes with future networks and help defense and government users transition to new releases.

The software also works to provide access to the Wideband Global Satellite constellation and High Throughput Satellites and enable both two-way and one-way networks at the same time, the company said.

iDirectGov noted that the Evolution software is Federal Information Processing Standards Level 3 certifiable.

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