Oceus Networks announces the availability of a new fourth-generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) family of fully interoperable solutions that enable high-speed, high-capacity voice, video and data transmissions for military personnel and first responders. Ruggedized for extreme environments and situations, Xiphos systems provide turnkey, easily deployable broadband networks wherever traditional communication infrastructures are unavailable or compromised.
The Xiphos platform was announced and displayed at the 2011 Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference in Detroit, Michigan at Oceus Networks’ booth #266.
Xiphos is a COTS-based family of solutions that dynamically delivers 4G broadband to enable many networked applications in demand by “edge”-positioned personnel, including high-definition video, massive voice and data delivery, embedded standards-based interoperable cellular functionality and other connectivity crucial to mission-critical operations. Designed to overlay existing government networking infrastructures, Xiphos networks are made to meet advanced communications needs no matter how advanced the required capability or how isolated the surrounding terrain.
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