Formal JITC listing further validates PacStar’s commitment to security and interoperability within the defense networks
PORTLAND, OR – September 21, 2015 – PacStar® a leading developer of advanced communications solutions for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), announced today that its PacStar 441 Small Router Module and PacStar 442 Small Switch Module have been approved by the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) and listed on the Approved Products List (APL). Cisco is at the core of many PacStar products with the PacStar 441 being a ruggedized version of the Cisco 5915 router and the PacStar 442 being a ruggedized version of the Cisco 2020 switch.
“The PacStar 400-series is currently used throughout the Department of Defense and currently approved for multiple networks,” stated Ed Rissberger, VP of Product Development. “Obtaining formal JITC approval is further validation that PacStar is committed to security and interoperability within the defense networks”.
For more information about the PacStar 400-Series, including details on the JITC listing, please visit https://pacstar.com/products/deployable-communications/pacstar-400-series/.
Pacific Star Communications, Inc. (PacStar®) is a leading technology-based systems integrator that delivers advanced, reliable and interoperable tactical and enterprise communications systems to the military, federal, state and local government agencies, as well as emergency responders. The company’s patented IQ-Core® Software and hardware technology and integration/installation services provide secure, command, control and communications systems – particularly in remote or infrastructure starved areas. In addition, PacStar’s unified and tactical network communications systems are ideally suited for commercial sector organizations with mission-critical, complex communications requirements. For additional information, please visit www.pacstar.com