Holocom Networks expands market reach of military and network-centric warfare solutions

SAN DIEGO, Calif., 17 July 2006. With the official opening of its European headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany, Holocom Networks now provides global solutions to protect classified information. Holocom's solution for military and Netcentric Warfare technology users comes at a time when network-based approaches are transforming the military.

SAN DIEGO, Calif., 17 July 2006. With the official opening of its European headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany, Holocom Networks now provides global solutions to protect classified information. Holocom's solution for military and Netcentric Warfare technology users comes at a time when network-based approaches are transforming the military.

"The European office of Holocom Networks introduces the NATO defense and military communities to our products," says G. Bradford Saunders, president and COO of Holocom Networks.

The company recently launched the Holocom MultiDomain PC, a desktop tower that allows a single computer to access data on up to three different classified and non-classified domains. This replaces the need for individual users to have multiple computers at their workstations and provides controlled access to interfaces with networks, I/O ports and telecommunications.

In addition, Holocom Networks also manufactures Protected Distribution Systems (PDS) for the U.S. Department of Defense and homeland security markets.

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