Tuesday, May 24, 2005

N.E.T. Supplies Platforms for "Combined Endeavor 2005"

N.E.T. Federal has supplied its Promina, SCREAM and SHOUT networking gear for "Combined Endeavor 2005," the largest and most complex Communications and Information System (CIS) military exercise in the world, which is currently underway in Lager Aulenbach, Germany.

The 13-day military exercise, which is organized by the U.S. European Command and the German and Romanian Ministries of Defense, brings together NATO and Partnership for Peace nations to plan and execute interoperability testing of command, control, communications and computer equipment systems from participant nations in support of future combined humanitarian, peacekeeping and disaster relief operations.

Participants in Combined Endeavor 2005 will be conducting over 1,400 different interoperability tests, with the main elements being satellite communications, video teleconferencing, VoIP, and single channel radio networking.

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