Archive for the ‘Military’ Category



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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The M-Link IRC Gateway: new whitepapers

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Military deployments make extensive use of text chat services, mostly for multi-user chat (MUC). A vast majority of new deployments use the XMPP (eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) standard but there are significant legacy text chat installations using IRC (Internet Relay Chat). Communication between IRC and XMPP networks is often problematic. In the next major [...]

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Email for constrained link environments, a new evaluation guide

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

A new evaluation guide, looking at Email for Constrained Link Environments, is now now available from this website. This is the second guide in a series looking at Isode capabilities for constrained link environments. The first looked at XMPP Instant Messaging and Multi-User Chat, the next will look at Directory Synchronisation. The guide will enable [...]

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