DTECH Labs to support USSOCOM’s TACLAN
Cubic company DTECH Labs has received two delivery orders to support the next generation of US Special Operations Command’s (USSOCOM) Tactical Local Area Network (TACLAN), Cubic announced on 5 June.
The contract will see DTECH deliver Mobile, Modular, Micro-Single Enclave (M3-SE) secure networking equipment which provides a modular, ruggedised, scalable and reliable communications solution that meets low size, weight and power requirements.
The M3-SE system includes DTECH’s M3-SE-VSVR, a scalable hyper-converged compute capability that allows users to create a cloud architecture that provides special operation forces with mission services all the way to the edge of the battlefield.
Mike Barthlow, VP of secure networking, Cubic Mission Solutions, said: ‘We look forward to delivering a ruggedised hyper-converged solution to our special force operations warfighters to help lighten their load while simultaneously increasing processing capacity and improving their access to the information environment at the edge of the battlefield.’
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