We are pleased to take part in the virtual Mobile Deployable Communications conference next week to discuss the future generation of deployable communications, Combat Cloud technologies and end-to-end SatCom services and solutions.
Next generation deployable communications
With increasing requirements to act swiftly and decisively to emerging security challenges, the need for high-level, interoperable, resilient communications is critical. Chand Scare Ghei addresses the DCIS ‘lego’ principal with virtual and physical infrastructure, FMN integration and interoperability and the future service based model, to ensure that DCIS capabilities are able to adapt to the mission requirements of today and tomorrow.
Flexible, mobile adhoc networking
The ability to move information in a fluid manner across a network is critical for military and government users in the tactical space. Tactical users demand ease of use as their primary role that depends on it. Using a live, virtual demonstration of our Plexos® technology, John Dowdell addresses how to monitor and make the most appropriate routing decisions for your radio links, whether Satellite, Line of Sight, Combat Network Radio, or even Troposcatter.
The future of edge computing, distributed cloud and IoT
Processing of and sharing information in near real time is critical, as is the need for data processing at the edge in a flexible, orchestrated manner. As militaries start to build sovereign fixed, deployed and tactical clouds with constrained connectivity, the importance of edge computing, distributed cloud and IoT are more apparent than ever. Join John Dowdell in a discussion on what the future means for you.