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General Micro Systems (, a long-time supplier to General Dynamics and a vendor-of-record for three types of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) computing systems in the WIN-T point-of-presence (PoP) and Soldier Network Extension (SNE), developed a 14-core server/switch/router networking box that would ultimately become the WIN-T Increment 2 solution.
However, CS 14 has proven to be complicated and intimidating for some operators, primarily the commanders and leaders who operate the Soldier Network Extension and Point of Presence vehicle mounted platforms.
Known as the Soldier Network Extension (SNE), the configuration item installed on these vehicles extends satellite communications from the brigade down to the company level for the first time.
Further, the unit is forced to "come out of hide" to fill a Soldier Network Extension crew, which compounds the stated 24-hour operation issue.
The Soldier Network Extension is getting a mission makeover.
WIN-T Increment 2 also introduces additional capabilities including the Soldier Network Extension, which extends the network from the brigade down to the company level for the first time.
For example, if we have a Point of Presence or a Soldier Network Extension [vehicle] as they move across the battlefield, or an aerial vehicle moves across the battlefield, you may see some of those green links establish themselves or break.
Traditionally, the WIN-T network has been at the battalion level and above, but the Soldier Network Extension of Increment 2 will now extend that network down to the company level.