Klas Telecom's Voyager TDC deploys combat data distribution network

Klas Telecom, a company that specializes in designing modular and scalable IP networking communications systems for environments where low size, weight and power (SWaP) are required, has announced that in a recent exercise for the US Department of Defense (DoD), the 63-pound Voyager Tactical Data Center (Voyager TDC) enabled operational forces to deploy everything required for an enterprise-grade combat data distribution network in one small form factor, carry-on-size rollaway case, the company said.

The “data-center-in-a-box” Voyager TDC system is certified to the commonly required MIL-STD-810G test methods for environmental protection and comes complete with the following components: four server nodes totaling 32 cores, 512 GB RAM and 125 TB of storage (enough storage and compute to allocate an entire node for built-in redundancy); validated hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) and software-defined storage architecture; a tactical switch that provides 10 Gbps networking connectivity between the system´s nodes; 110 mm NVMe; an uninterruptible power supply (UPS); integrated battery backup and wide ranging AC/DC power input.

During the exercise for the US DoD, the Voyager TDC allowed expeditionary teams to easily deploy a tactical compute and data storage network that served as an extension of their enterprise architecture, allowing local access to email file servers, critical applications and data.

Klas Telecom is an engineering and design company with over 25 years of experience developing innovative communications solutions for the network edge. Klas Telecom delivers connectivity to remote and austere environments where low size, weight, power and ruggedization are required. The company specializes in integrating enterprise networking capabilities from global IT leaders with in-house hardware and software platforms designed to meet market demands and the most stringent environmental requirements.