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LGS, Redcom announce partnership

VIENNA, Va., April 21 (UPI) -- LGS and Redcom Laboratories Inc. announced a partnership to offer the Defense Department secured command-and-control communication capabilities.

U.S. companies LGS and Redcom formed a partnership to combine technical expertise in a move to offer the Defense Department secure communications that are interoperable with commercial cellular and Voice over Internet Protocol technologies.

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Company officials said they will jointly offer LGS's Tactical Base Station Router multiband cellular system and Redcom's Slice 2100 voice-switching technology that combined will enable integrated VoIP and Time-Division Multiplexing.

"By combining the LGS (Tactical Base Station Router) with Redcom's Slice 2100, we can truly deliver to the soldier a converged communications solution set," Klaus Gueldenpfennig, Redcom president, said in a statement.

"This solution set is reliable and is standards-based. Soldiers can now have secure, end-to-end, wired-to-wireless communications and have secure interoperability with U.S. joint forces fielded TDM and VoIP technologies."

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