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MILCOM 09: Redcom signs PacStar as integrator and reseller for military market
Redcom Laboratories announced today that it has entered into an agreement with PacStar, a technology-based provider of communications solutions to the military and government, to integrate as well as resell Redcom’s HDX and SLICE switching systems in order to better meet the needs of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) customers.
“Our DoD customers require JITC-certified solutions that enable seamless VoIP and TDM interoperability and provide advanced VoIP and TDM call management capabilities combined in a single platform,” said Charlie Kawasaki, Chief Technical Officer, PacStar. “Integrated into the PacStar 6000-series, the Redcom HDX and SLICE deliver truly interoperable TDM communications that don’t hinder mission flexibility and enable U.S. and coalition military users to take advantage of DVX and SMEO capabilities.”
Redcom’s HDX and SLICE are integrated into the PacStar 6000-series of unified communications enterprise and deployable solutions for the military. As part of the PacStar solutions, HDX and SLICE have been certified by the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) and listed on the Defense Switched Network Approved Products List (APL) for Deployable Voice Exchange (DVX) and as a Small End Office (SMEO).
“We are excited to have PacStar serve as an integrator and reseller of Redcom’s HDX and SLICE systems,” said Dinah Gueldenpfennig, Vice President of Planning and Government Program Administration, Redcom. “This agreement will greatly benefit military and government customers who are looking to converge their networks, as they migrate from TDM to IP, with fully integrated communications that offer complete VoIP-TDM interoperability in a single platform.”
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