Joint Interoperability Certification
The Joint Interoperability Test Command (an organizational element of the Defense Information Systems Agency, Test & Evaluation Directorate) has responsibility for certifying joint and combined interoperability of all DOD IT and NSS. JITC facilities are strategically located at Fort Huachuca, Arizona and Indian Head, Maryland. The diverse capabilities and resources associated with each respective location allow the armed services to have access to a dynamic environment for laboratory tests and on-site field evaluations.
What is interoperability?
Below are General DataComm products on the Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved Products List (APL). The certification process is the responsibility of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Unified Capabilities Connection Office (UCCO).
DISA Memorandum of Approval for GDC Xedge 6000 Multiservice Packet Exchange (MSPx)
Xedge MSPx Platform
MSPx enables Metro Ethernet Forum compliant Ethernet services on the same cost-effective and reliable platform that offers native services such as TDM, Frame Relay, IP and ATM. This convergence allows graceful, incremental migration and mediation between legacy circuits and new packet-based services. Users can access a rich variety of standards-compliant service modules and interfaces with advanced packet technology that reliably and securely satisfies user demand for quality of service.
GDC's Xedge Packet Circuit Emulation (PCe) is designed for networks transitioning to a packet-based infrastructure while maintaining real-time legacy TDM applications and services. For mobile networks, satellite communications, and mission critical, fixed wide area networks, Xedge PCe minimizes OPEX and CAPEX by leveraging capabilities in products that converge Ethernet based services with time critical TDM services across a packet switched wide area network (WAN). The PCe’s powerful timing recovery allows delay-sensitive, bit-transparent TDM data to be transported efficiently through a packet core.
The bottom line is GDC's strategic product vision is to provide standards-based technology that yields maximum return on investment over the life cycle of ownership. Using emerging technologies such as Pseudowires, GDC can deliver true convergence of multiple services on the WAN.
Data Sheets & Briefs
Multiservice Packet Xchange for Converged Networks
Xedge Packet Cell Switch - PCx - Overview
Packet Cell Switch - PCx
Xedge Packet Circuit Emulation - PCe
Xedge Circuit Emulation Module - CE
IP Services Gateway - ISG2
Xedge Node Timing Module - NTM
Xedge Switch Fabric
Xedge Adaptive Serial I/O LIM - ASIO
Xedge OC-n / STM-n LIM
Xedge DSX1-IMA T1 Line Interface Module for ATM inverse Multiplexing
Xedge E1-IMA Line Interface Module for ATM inverse Multiplexing
Xedge LCE-16 Line Interface Module
Xedge DS1-2CS-4CS Line Interface Module
Xedge E1-2CS/4CS Line Interface Modules
Xedge DS3-2C T3 Line Interface Module for Circuit Emulation with Enhanced Clocking
Xedge E3-2C E3 Line Interface Module for Circuit Emulation with Enhanced Clocking
Xedge Voice Service Module
Xedge 6002 Compact Xedge Chassis 1RU
Xedge 6160 5-Slot Chassis
Xedge 6280 10-Slot Chassis
Xedge 664X 16-Slot Chassis
Xedge Chassis System Power/Management
ProSphere Network Management Suite For Xedge MultiService Networks