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"This is a very important contract for Harris and the first order for SecNet 54(TM), a first-of-its-kind cryptographic communications device," said Dan Pearson, president of the Department of Defense Programs business unit of Harris Government Communications Systems Division.
SecNet 54(TM), in its 802.11 a/b/g configuration, is a SWLAN (Type 1 encryption) solution for data, video and voice over IP requirements.
The SecNet 54(TM) product has a unique dual module architecture that supports numerous transmission mediums.
SecNet 54(TM) combines the Harris RF Communications Division's Sierra(R) II encryption processor with IP and Ethernet digital processing, packaged in a flexible, split-module design.
The SecNet 11 card (see www.secnet11.com(1))uses a standard AN/CYZ-10 data-transfer device to receive a key fill.
The last mile has historically been a difficult problem, and SecNet II is part of the appropriate solution.
The end state effect of the SecNet 11 is that Intelligence can move over certified and accredited secure wireless channels without the concerns associated with cable plant (secure) configurations.