FREMONT, Calif. – Elma Electronic Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the NetKit-3110, based on the Cisco ESR6300 Ethernet router, for harsh-environment deployed industrial and military applications.
With six high-performance Gigabit Ethernet interfaces -- two routed and four switched -- the conduction-cooled VITA 48.2 3U VPX router serves as an aggregation point for on-demand network connectivity in mobile or fixed deployments.
From mobile ground operations, shipboard and air defense equipment, homeland security and emergency services to harsh industrial environments such as drilling and mining operations, the 3U VPX-based NetKit-3110 enables enterprise-grade routing and switching security using the Cisco IOS XE software, ensuring secure voice, video, and data communications.
The NetKit-3110 harsh-environment Ethernet router manages network resources for increased performance. The included SD-WAN features enable unified distributed network management at the edge and an onboard hardware encryption module offloads packet encryption and decryption from the routing engine.
To ensure that the code running on the ESR6300 is authentic, unmodified, and operating as intended, the NetKit-3110 includes an Onboard Trust Anchor module (TAm), along with image signing, Secure Boot, and runtime defenses.
The NetKit-3110 offers three throughput license tiers: 50 megabits per second encrypted; 250 megabits per second encrypted; and 350 megabits per second encrypted. The router weighs one pound and meets MIL-STD-810H and RTCA DO-160G environmental specifications.
For more information contact Elma online at www.elma.com.