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PacStar: 300-Series Communication Modules

Building on the successful PacStar 400-series that has been widely deployed throughout the US military, PacStar 300-Series has been extensively environmentally tested for reliable use in sheltered environments subject to extreme temperatures, vibration, and more. The modules incorporate industry leading commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) networking and server technologies, including Cisco routers.

By | April 27, 2017|Categories: In The News|

PacStar Introduces 300-Series Small Communications Modules

Building on the successful PacStar 400-series that has been widely deployed throughout the US military, PacStar 300-Series has been extensively environmentally tested for reliable use in sheltered environments subject to extreme temperatures, vibration, and more. The modules incorporate industry leading commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) networking and server technologies, including Cisco routers.

By | April 27, 2017|Categories: In The News|

Proud sponsor of PDX Cyber Camp 2017

PDX Cyber Camp 2017 is a week-long summer camp designed to give students hands-on, introductory experience to cybersecurity principles and policies. The camp, organized and managed by a team of high school students, educators and industry professionals, will be held in three locations during the week of Monday, July 17 to Friday, July 21.

By | March 13, 2017|Categories: In The News|

PacStar appoints ZeroAlpha as UK supplier

ZeroAlpha Solutions has been appointed as exclusive supplier for Pacific Star Communications' military grade communications equipment for the UK market, the company announced on 15 February.

By | February 20, 2017|Categories: In The News|

Army Integrates New WIN-T Software Interface

To learn more about how PacStar’s IQ-Core Software is enhancing interoperability between various elements of the US Army’s WIN-T network, read this full article from Defense Systems.

By | February 2, 2017|Categories: In The News|

Improving Reliability At The Network’s Edge

PacStar, and partner Oceaneering International, Inc., are helping enable remote monitoring of critical infrastructure and processes at the network’s edge. To learn more about the industries benefiting from these rugged technologies, read this full article by PacStar’s, Steve Bowen, and Oceaneering’s, Mark Stevens.

By | February 1, 2017|Categories: In The News|

TacComms Improve with PacStar

To learn more about the results of the PacStar IQ-Core Software usability study, check out this feature on MilSat Magazine.

By | January 27, 2017|Categories: In The News|

NSA ‘CSfC’ – Addressing Key US Army In-Theater Comms Challenges

The following article highlights how PacStar CSfC Solutions are benefitting warfighters by enabling access to classified information using inexpensive, commercial technologies. This contributed article was written by PacStar’s Chief Technical Officer and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Charlie Kawasaki.

By | November 18, 2016|Categories: In The News|Tags: , , |

PacStar Named 2016 Manufacturing Company of the Year

We are very proud to announce that PacStar was named the 2016 Manufacturing Company of the Year in our size category by the Portland Business Journal – the city’s premier business publication providing comprehensive coverage of the local economic landscape!

By | October 28, 2016|Categories: In The News|

Army Deploys PacStar Software Across WIN-T Program

After announcing the delivery of 6,000 PacStar’s IQ-Core SoftwareⓇ licenses for the Army’s WIN-T Increment 1 program, C4ISRNET published the article “Army deploys PacStar Software Across WIN-T Program“, which highlights how PacStar software is improving the efficiency of network management in military command posts.

By | October 27, 2016|Categories: In The News|Tags: , , |

IQ Core® Software: A Core Solution For Wireless Network Transmission Of Classified Info

Unifying and securing the management of wireless command posts for the US Army has led to the selection of PacStar® to integrate their IQ-Core® Software with CSfC Plug-in into the systems—as a result, the US Army enhances their ability to securely transmit classified information over wireless networks.

By | September 29, 2016|Categories: In The News|Tags: , , |