PacStar introduces SWCP CUI tactical
PacStar has introduced a Secure Wireless Command Post (SWCP) Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) package that will allow soldiers to securely transmit sensitive data, the company announced on 19 March.
SWCP CUI is a small modular tactical communications package that enables the transmission of sensitive data in battlefield and tactical environments using Wi-Fi and LTE-enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops or other commercial-off-the-shelf mobile devices.
PacStar’s SWCP CUI addresses requirements for secure mobility by enabling soldier devices to utilise built-in commercial Wi-Fi or LTE radios - eliminating the need for external or type-1 cryptographic equipment. The PacStar system provides voice, video and data in protocols compatible with Wi-Fi or VPN encryption.
Based on PacStar integrated solutions, SWCP CUI is already accredited and fielded by US Department of Defense tactical network programmes for both SIPRnet and NIPRnet wireless access.
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