Thu, Mar 29, 2007
In-Cabin Device Addresses Military, Gov't Requirements
EMS SATCOM told ANN at the Aircraft Electronics Association
Convention and Trade Show Thursday of the addition of a new CNX-300
Mobile Access Router to its CNX Cabin Gateway Series of airborne
networking devices. The new product is designed specifically to
address military and government requirements.
The CNX-300 Mobile Access Router (MAR) combines all the
functionality of the Cabin Gateway product line including Ethernet,
Wi-Fi, Hub and Terminal Adapter with the Cisco 3200 Series router.
This router addresses communications challenges faced by airborne
users when access to information is critical regardless of aircraft
movement or location. The CNX-300 product is built to operate on
the Inmarsat Swift64 and future SwiftBroadband networks, and is
expected to provide the following advantages:
- Secure data, voice, and video communications where dynamic
routing, VPN tunnels and AES encryption are required;
- Seamless mobility and network interoperability; and
- Advanced IP services using Cisco IOS Software.
"Adding the 3200 Series Router to our already capable CNX
product line allows us to address the complex network-centric
mobility needs of our government and military customers," says EMS
SATCOM Vice President of Government and Military Sales Stephen
Newell. "The advanced security features and standards-based IP
technology of the MAR address our customers’ ever-growing
demands for mission-critical communications solutions."
EMS Technologies, Inc. is a wireless and satellite communication
solutions leader, serving aeronautical, defense, maritime,
commercial space and supply chain markets. The company is
headquartered in Atlanta, employs approximately 1,000 people
worldwide and operates major manufacturing facilities in Atlanta
and Ottawa, Canada.
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