May 08, 2012
NET Delivers Secure Voice and Data Apps to Government Customers
NET (News - Alert) is delivering secure voice and data applications to government customers and is exhibiting at the DISA Mission and Partner Conference, May 7 -10, 2012 at the Tampa Bay, FL Convention Center in booth 543.
The annual DISA conference brings together decision-makers and subject-matter experts to share information and ideas that are critical to helping DoD achieve mission success and are of mutual interest.
The company’s VX Series has all the features required by government customers to move to software enabled voice solutions while maintaining the strict security and reliability that the Department of Defense (DOD) requires in its voice systems.
NET’s VX Series has the ability to support advanced frame packing for bandwidth optimization as well as MLPP and advanced security features. The JITC-certified series also has a robust implementation of V.150 Universal Modem Relay that communicates between secure IP phones.
The DISA Mission and Partner Conference is also showcasing NET's NX Series featuring high-performance networking platforms that can provide high-grade data transfer between storage area networks (SANs) and WANs and enable secure grid computing.
NET specifically notes its NX1000, an IP-enabled platform with an on-board IP trunk module, which provides a flexible, cost-effective IP aggregation solution that facilitates migration of legacy traffic to IP.
Finally, NET will showcase its UX Series Products at the event. Attendees at the conference will get to see the UX2000, a modular 1U system that has been purpose-built for unified communications, enterprise border controller and multi-service business gateway applications.
NET delivers high performance networking equipment optimized for real-time communications.
The company was recently in news for announcing that Ahli Bank, a Jordan-based, publicly held financial institution serving the banking needs of both commercial entities and individuals, is successfully deploying NET's VX Series as the organization's strategic IP telephony solution.
Edited by Juliana Kenny