Archive for the ‘Messaging’ Category



ACP127 Gateway: Preview Release

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

Following on from our publication of a whitepaper outlining our ACP127 plans, Isode customers can now access a preview (alpha) release of our ACP127 Gateway for evaluation. This preview release, available on Linux 64 and Windows 64 platforms, includes SMTP mappings only (not X.400) for ACP127 and DOI-103S. More information and documentation is available from the [...]

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Isode at the HFIA #2: MoRaSky

Monday, October 6th, 2014

The High Frequency Industry Association (HFIA) provides an “industry driven forum for the interactive exchange of technical and information in the area of High Frequency Communications.” Phyiscal meetings of the group usually take place twice a year and in September 2014 Portsmouth was the location for the latest of these meetings. This is the second [...]

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Isode at the HFIA #1: Proposed Extensions to STANAG 5066

Monday, October 6th, 2014

The High Frequency Industry Association (HFIA) provides an “industry driven forum for the interactive exchange of technical and information in the area of High Frequency Communications.” Physical meetings of the group usually take place twice a year and in September 2014 Portsmouth was the location for the latest of these meetings. This is the first [...]

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New Event: Isode at the High Frequency Industry Association

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Isode will be presenting at the High Frequency Industry Association (HFIA) meeting at the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK on 11th September 2014. We’ll be presenting two separate sessions: An update to and measurement of the proposed STANAG 5066 extensions to improve ARQ performance, and A demonstration of bulk and time critical applications co-existing [...]

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Creating & Managing a Security Label Policy (new whitepaper)

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Security Labels are a key component of systems providing security, particularly for military and government use where they are used to provide protective marking on information and as the basis for access control. Security Label Policy (generally simply termed “security policy” in most security label standards) controls the detailed structure of security labels and how [...]

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