Archive for the ‘Military’ Category



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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New “Military forms using XMPP” whitepaper and access to our Military forms Demo

Monday, July 7th, 2014

Forms are important for military operations, and there is often a need to handle forms quickly and share with a large number of users, such as Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) alerts. XMPP based open standard instant messaging is widely used by military organizations and is a sensible framework for sharing forms. Our new whitepaper [Military Forms [...]

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Optimizing STANAG 5066 Parameter Settings for HF & WBHF

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

When using STANAG 5066 to communicate over HF Radio and Wide Band HF (WBHF), transmit speed and other parameters can be modified to optimize performance. A new whitepaper, Optimizing STANAG 5066 Parameter Settings for HF & WBHF,  describes ongoing Isode research on possible new approaches to give better performance for traditional and modern applications. It [...]

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Using SMTP to provide a Military Messaging Service

Saturday, October 5th, 2013

Military messaging has requirements that go beyond what is provided by standard personal or commercial email. NATO has defined the “STANAG 4406″ standard to provide military messaging, specifying a service and protocols based on X.400. In a new whitepaper on the Isode site, Using SMTP to provide a STANAG 4406 Military Messaging Service,  we look at [...]

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