SDN Appliances

Software Definable Network Appliances™ (SDN-A™) are portable, robust, software programmable communications solutions for secure voice, video and data feeds over a variety commercial network technologies including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Cellular, MANET, SATCOM and more.


Software Definable Network Appliance LITE

SDN-ATM products are rugged, high performance, software programmable communications and computing appliances that enable the use of software-based VNFs for use as IP Routers, switching, computing, video transcoding, VoIP PBX, application servers, etc. The SDNA-LITE was designed from the ground up for use in harsh environment use cases.

The SDNA-LITE is extremely small, MIL STD 810/IP68 rugged, and very low power SDN-A. It features a single high-density connector that contains all its power and I/O, allowing for simple installation or removal from use.

Custom wire harnesses are available to meet application requirements, such as tailor-made length, interfaces, input/output, gender, etc. The SDNA-LITE also offers multiple mounting points and thermal solution mounting points in support of various worn and rigidly mounted applications.

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Combines the capabilities of an IP networking router, a 20 port PoE Ethernet switch with 10G interfaces, and an enterprise-class virtual machine server into a single Half Rack Width (HRW) appliance.

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The F45 seamlessly combines our Software Definable Network Appliance™ (SDNA™) technology with the industry leading Radio Over IP (RoIP) Gateway technology from JPS Interoperability.

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The Half Rack Width (HRW) Software Definable Network-Appliance (SDN-A) delivers high performance while significantly reduces the size, weight, power and cost of tactical communications.

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Software Definable Network Appliance (SDNA) Half Rack Width (HRW)

The SDNA-HRW is our highest performing SDN-A, featuring Intel® processors with Intel QuickAssist® Technology (QAT). Intel QAT significantly increases cryptographic performance by adding dedicated cryptographic acceleration hardware on the Intel Xeon CPU, supporting 20 Gbps and 50 Gbps AES encryption performance levels. By using the dedicated cryptographic acceleration logic, the balance of the Intel Xeon processor can be leveraged for software based Virtualized Networking Functions (VNF) or application servers.