Parvus Corporation debuts IP networking solutions for military applications at West 2007

SAN DIEGO, 2 Feb. 2007. Parvus Corporation is displaying its new DuraNET family of rugged Internet Protocol (IP) networking products at West 2007, a defense and technology exposition and conference being held at the San Diego Convention Center.

Feb 2nd, 2007

SAN DIEGO, 2 Feb. 2007.Parvus Corporation is displaying its new DuraNET family of rugged Internet Protocol (IP) networking products at West 2007, a defense and technology exposition and conference being held at the San Diego Convention Center.

Parvus is showcasing two rugged Ethernet switch products developed specifically for military and harsh mobile applications: the DuraNET 2955 and the DuraNET 1059. Both feature mechanical packaging designed for MIL-STD-810F airborne environmental compliance and high reliability. These units have been specially hardened to improve ingress, impact, and shock/vibration protection, as well as eliminate all moving parts through passive cooling, and interface through sealed MIL-C-38999 circular connectors.

The DuraNET 2955 is a ruggedized version of the Cisco 2955T-12 Ethernet switch, a managed industrial-grade network switch offering 12 Fast Ethernet ports, 2 Gigabit Ethernet uplinks, and Cisco IOS software functionality for traditional data, video, and voice services with enhanced intelligent services features for additional security, advanced Quality of Service (QoS), high availability, and manageability.

The DuraNET 2955 serves as a robust COTS solution for providing local area network (LAN) connectivity to IP-enabled computing and net-centric devices.

Weighing 1.9 pounds, the DuraNET 1059 is a compact, unmanaged Ethernet switch node designed to provide local area network (LAN) connectivity to network-centric devices. Hardened with a black anodize finish, internal heatsinking, and MIL-C-38999 connectors, this rugged Fast Ethernet switch node serves as a reliable solution for expanding port density to DuraMAR mobile IP routers and other network centric solutions.

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