General Dynamics Combines Encryptor With Klas Telecom’s Data Networking System

General Dynamics Combines Encryptor With Klas Telecom’s Data Networking System
Klas Voyager System

General Dynamics' mission systems business and Klas Telecom's government unit have partnered to offer a data networking platform with a Type 1 encryption technology built to help military customers secure tactical computing functions and communications.

The Klas Voyager System now includes the TACLANE-Nano encryptor that has been certified by the National Security Agency for classified information access and sharing, General Dynamics said Tuesday.

TACLANE-Nano is designed to protect voice, data and video communications up to the Top Secret level and encrypt at 200 megabits per second.

Washington, D.C.-based Klas Telecom offers modular and tactical communications products to the government, defense, public safety and transportation markets.

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