Tactical Networks are crucial to the modern military. In an era where every soldier is a ‘platform’, and land, sea, and air communications are crucial, resilient connectivity between each platform can make the difference between a victory and a tragedy.
Strategic networks utilize international communication hubs, SATCOM, Mobile Networks, Fiber, DSL and other mediums to ensure all information being broadcast to and from the front line is successfully received.
Combining multiple types of tactical and strategic networks is a crucial. It is now commonplace for multiple strategic and tactical networks to be combined, often from different national forces, for the good of the campaign
Replicate Complete Tactical Networks with Software Defined Test Networks
Model realistic tactical Software Defined Test Networks in a controlled environment, including platform-to-platform connectivity, with all combinations of land/sea/air-to-land/sea/air, convoy networks, and meshed or partially meshed networks, with one device- the NE-ONE Network Emulator.
Using the NE-ONE, your test environments can experience everything from perfect ‘fiber-everywhere’ connections, to the lossy, erratic networks of a hostile operational environment, allowing the user to see how performance is affected by any possible environments, and ensure communications are maintained in even the most severe of scenarios.
Network Emulation Use Cases in Defense and Government:
Your Guide to Ensuring Application Resilience Under Any Network Conditions
Testing System and Application Readiness before Deployment:
Solution for testing Multi-Domain Operations in the lab
Proving communications solution against real-world conditions
Emulating the characteristics of the reach back communication links
Confirming resilience of encrypted devices using Calnex Network Emulators
Ensuring training applications are prepared for soldier touch points