iDirect Government Launches New Tactical Hub Offering; John Ratigan Comments

iDirectSatellite communications provider iDirect Government has rolled out a new tactical hub service offering for warfighters, first responders, disaster recovery personnel and field operators.

iDirectGov said Monday its Series 11000 Tactical Hub is powered by the Evolution software and designed to operate with the Evolution Series remotes.

The ruggedized platform also employs new defense line cards that support downstream rate of up to 45 mega-symbols per second and upstream traffic of up to 15 Msps in single-time division multiple-access carrier mode.

“The Series 11000 Tactical Hub features added power, speed, flexibility and communications-on-the-pause,” said iDirect Government President John Ratigan.

The tactical hub also features Federal Information Processing Standards 140-2 Level 3 with TRANSEC, RCM-PPS module, variable temperature-controlled fans and portable power supply.

Series 11000 is also equipped with a small network management system, protocol processor and layer-3 switch.

Herndon, Virginia-based iDirect Government is a subsidiary of VT Direct and provides satellite-based voice, video and data applications and satellite IP offerings to the government, military and emergency response sectors.

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