Envistacom to virtualize commercial multi-access waveform
Atlanta, GA-based Envistacom, LLC announced on February 13 that it has received a contract to virtualize a commercial multi-access waveform for delivery to users through the company’s future Transport Virtualization Ecosystem.
This latest contract includes work associated with turning traditional multi-access waveform collaterals into a virtualized waveform application for instantiation into a heterogeneous computing ecosystem. The effort also includes work with Army Strategic Command (ARSTRAT) to prepare Virtual Modem (VMs) for Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) certification.
Envistacom’s virtualization efforts build upon the company’s recently announced technology patents leading to the establishment of a Transport Virtualization Ecosystem. The Transport Virtualization Ecosystem is an open-architecture environment where real-time continuous processing application technologists can bring their latest developments to be tested and realized in the marketplace faster than through the traditional integration of legacy purpose-built hardware.
“We are extremely excited about this latest contract as it demonstrates a continuing move by our customers and partners to build an ecosystem that is beneficial for all,” said Michael Geist, senior vice president of strategy & technology at Envistacom. “We continue to work with our DoD customers and commercial partners to build the application library and ecosystem for both radio and satellite communications waveforms amongst other related applications,” added Geist.