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General Dynamics-Redcom Partnership to Offer Cryptographic Voice Gateway Tech

Secure Voice Gateway photo from Redcom
Secure Voice Gateway, photo from Redcom

General Dynamics's mission systems business and Redcom Laboratories have partnered to market a Type 1 cryptographic voice gateway designed to provide companies and government agencies with end-to-end secure communications.

The Secure Voice Gateway is built to comply with the National Security Agency's Advanced Cryptographic Capabilities standard, connect red/black networks and support new and legacy secure communications interoperability protocol voice devices, Redcom said Tuesday.

The technology features a half-duplex transmission system and utilizes Secure Device Interface boards and General Dynamics' Sectera vIPer phones to handle additional lines and set up Type 1 secure conference calls.

Users of STE-R and SWT-R boards may use Sectera vIPer and SDI as replacement encryptors, according to Redcom.

Headquartered in Victor, New York, Redcom is a woman-owned small business that offers products and services in strategic, operational and tactical communications.

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Written by Matthew Nelson

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