PacStar® to Demonstrate Award-Winning Secure Wireless Command Post (SWCP) Solution at AUSA 2019

SWCP fieldings and contracts across DoD reflect solution’s ability to deliver secure tactical mobility to warfighters and speed command post setup time

Portland, OR – October 14, 2019 – PacStar®, a leading developer and supplier of advanced communications solutions for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), announced today it will exhibit its award-winning Secure Wireless Command Post (SWCP) solution at AUSA 2019 October 14-16 in Washington, D.C.

PacStar’s Secure Wireless Command Post is a small, modular communications package that provides warfighters with the groundbreaking ability to securely transmit classified and unclassified information in tactical settings while using Wi-Fi and LTE-enabled commercial smartphones and tablets. Secure wireless tactical eliminates the need for miles of cabling and air-conditioned tents. Instead, warfighters can mount the units on tactical vehicles and pick-up and quickly move as the mission requires

SWCP has gained significant traction over the past several months for its ability to address two complex DoD challenges: 1) how to deliver secure mobility to warfighters, and 2) how to speed setup time at command posts in tactical environments. PacStar is in major implementations with SWCP for the U.S. Army and for the U.S Marine Corps in contracts that could be worth up to $300 million, and the solution recently received a 2019 Government Innovation Award, which recognizes government IT disruptors, innovators and emerging leaders.

“Few vendors have matched PacStar’s hardware and software innovation designed to address tactical mobility challenges that warfighters face every single day,” said Peggy Miller, CEO of PacStar. “We are thrilled that SWCP is resonating across the DoD, and look forward to showcasing its capabilities to attendees of all Army ranks and components at AUSA.”

PacStar’s proprietary products, technical expertise, integration, test and certification experience in deployed and fixed networking systems based on commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment provide its customers with a one-stop shop for Commercial Solutions for Classified  (CSfC) solutions that include SWCP, as well as:

  • PacStar SWCP (Wi-Fi) comprises small form factor, modular, rugged networking equipment and servers running best-in-class network infrastructure technology configured to meet CSfC requirements.
  • PacStar SWCP Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) allows warfighters to securely transmit CUI over Wi-Fi and LTE using their smartphones, tablets, laptops or other COTS mobile devices – eliminating the need for external or Type-1 cryptographic equipment.
  • PacStar IQ-Core® Crypto Manager enables the deployment of CSfC solutions, with attendant benefits, while reducing the amount of added complexity and training.

The National Security Agency (NSA) launched the Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) program to enable organizations to transmit classified information (up to Top Secret) using commercial-grade encryption solutions.

PacStar SWCP and the company’s many other advanced tactical communications solutions will be demonstrated at Booth #8432. For additional information on PacStar’s full range of CSfC solutions, visit

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About PacStar

Pacific Star Communications, Inc. (PacStar) is a leading provider of advanced communications solutions for a wide range of military and commercial applications. PacStar is the creator and manufacturer of rugged, small form factor expeditionary and mobile communications systems and developer of integrated, network communications management software – for the military, federal, state/local government and emergency responder markets. The company’s patented IQ-Core® Software, hardware technology and integration services provide secure, command, control and communications systems, particularly in remote or infrastructure starved areas. In addition, PacStar’s communications systems are ideally suited for commercial/industrial organizations with mission-critical field communications requirements. For additional information, please visit, LinkedIn and Twitter @pacstarcomm.

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