New York-based Redcom Laboratories has partnered with Australian company MicroSecure to extend the market reach of its tactical command and control solutions to government and military customers in the Pacific region, including the Australian Defense Force.
The partnership grants Melbourne-based MicroSecure, a cyber and security consulting firm catering to the government, defense and intelligence sectors, full resell and integration access to Redcom’s C2 communications solution portfolio.
Redcom’s offerings include the intuitive Sigma C2 software integrating voice, video, chat and conferencing. Another platform, the Sigma C2 console, offers an app on a single glass pane for operating the tactical C2 network.
Its Sigma SVG-1200 is a multi-party platform compliant with the U.S. National Security Agency’s mandated advanced cryptographic capabilities on security and confidentiality.
For integrated radio interoperability, the company has Sigma XRI, a C2 platform included in a U.S. Army contract that the company won an extension for in September.