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Secure Optical Switch

The Secure Optical Switch is a hardware-based switching device which can provide a selectable common connection to otherwise separate systems. As a general-purpose switching device, the Secure Optical Switch could be used wherever a manually-operated multi-pole - multi-throw secure switch is required to reliably control the flow of digitised optical data through a system.

Secure Optical Switch (Remote Operation)

The Compucat Secure Optical Switch (Remote Operation), SOS(RO), is an optical-mechanical device that is used to securely switch between optical fibre circuits. The SOS(RO) is capable of directing five optical connections (1 to 5) to four different networks (A to D) such that each network has access to each of the five optical channels (eg 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A).

Secure Optical Switch

The Compucat Secure Optical Switch (SOS) is an optical-mechanical device that is used to securely switch between optical fibre circuits. The SOS is capable of directing five optical connections (1 to 5) to four different networks (A to D) such that each network has access to each of the five optical channels (eg 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A).

Serial Data Regulator

The Serial Data Regulator provides a trusted method of transferring information, in one direction, between computer networks or communications systems which have different domain security policies. \r\n Possible uses for the SDR include, but are not limited to: \r\n \r\n Data Fusion - Information from various low classification sources such as meteorological, radar and other sensor information can be passed to higher classified systems for aggregation and processing. \r\n \r\n