General Dynamics Launches Enterprise-Level Encryptor Manager

General Dynamics‘ mission systems business has launched a new remote platform built to help customers manage encryption devices on an enterprise level.

The company said Thursday the GEM One R1.1 works to facilitate the management of health, status and connectivity in enterprise networks containing dispersed encryption devices.

The platform is also designed to help users reduce time spent on reaction and decision making.

The GEM One R1.1 supports the Sectera vIPer universal secure phone that facilitates the dispersion and life cycle management of vIPer phone networks.

The encryptor manager also includes a device license management feature that allows users to view, allocate and revoke licenses on Agile Virtual Local Area Network and TACLANE Trusted Sensor Software.

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