PacStar Develops Software for Next Generation Deployable Communication System

/PacStar Develops Software for Next Generation Deployable Communication System

PacStar Develops Software for Next Generation Deployable Communication System Reconfigured IQ-Core® Software product for use in General Dynamics C4 Systems’ Dismounted Company Command Post (DCCP) communications system.

PacStar®, a technology-based provider of communications solutions to the military and government, announced today that they have reconfigured their IQ-Core® Software product for use in General Dynamics C4 Systems’ Dismounted Company Command Post (DCCP) communications system. The IQ-Core-based software enables users to train and operate the DCCP faster and more efficiently. DCCP is an expeditionary communications system intended for the U.S. Department of Defense. The communications system, using the new software, will be demonstrated in General Dynamics’ booth #723 at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) ILW Winter Symposium in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, February 23 to 25, 2011.

IQ-Core Software automates routine, difficult, or error-prone setup, configuration and management tasks. The software lso reduces setup time and improves system uptime by reducing mis-configuration errors. IQ-Core Software is especially aluable in reducing the complexity of tasks related to the deployment of unified capabilities that provide voice, data, video and application services in the field. “This development effort further expands the reach of IQ-Core Software with the potential to bring the ‘ease-of-use’ of our technology to a much wider audience,” said Bob Dunn, PacStar chief executive officer.

IQ-Core Software has been proven in the field and has been DISA JITC-certified on five different platforms. IQ-Core Software is embedded in PacStar’s broad product family of software-managed deployable communications solutions, including the PacStar 6000 and
PacStar 4000-series solutions, which deliver IP and TDM connectivity to defense networks including NIPRNet, SIPRNet, JWICS and CENTRIX-ISAF as well as DoD Defense Switched Network (DSN) voice and data services and VoSIP.

 

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