Secure Mesh Wireless Networks Drive Command Post Mobility
For years, the goal of our armed forces has been mobility at the command post, with Army leaders setting the standard to be able to move hourly, with the command post’s network ready, powered up and receiving in five minutes.
Curtiss-Wright Adds Link 22 Support to its Broad Range of Tactical Data Link Verification, Training and Simulation Solutions
The new Link 22 capability seamlessly integrates with Curtis-Wright TCG TDL systems.
Reducing SWaP in the Field with a USB-based Hardware Security Module
Digital keys are a core concept in establishing secure networks, one as relevant in a data center application as it is at the edge of the tactical battlefield.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases New Rugged MOSA-based Solutions for Ground Vehicles and Live System Solution Demonstrations at AUSA 2022
Curtiss-Wright will display its latest Modular Open System Approach based system solutions designed to deliver transformational capabilities for the Army of 2030.
Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions Products Honored by 2022 Military & Aerospace Electronics Technology Innovators Awards
Curtiss-Wright takes top place, for second year in a row, winning seven Technology Innovators Awards - three platinum, two gold, and two silver.
Unified Network Communications Management: The Next Step to Realizing MOSA
Because MOSA (Modular Open Systems Approach) is an approach and not itself a standard, solutions that support this vision can be achieved through many different means as long as interfaces and communications protocols are based on open standards.
Wireless Communications at the Tactical Edge
Warfighters on the battlefield have relied on wireless communications for more than 80 years, dating back to the first Motorola ‘manpack’ radio used by the Army Signal Corps in the 1940s.
Creating the Data Fabric for Tactical Edge with Software-Defined Wide Area Networking
A software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) can establish a data fabric capable of dealing with any tactical edge scenario where reliable WAN is needed.