TrellisWare Technologies has achieved global deployment of 100,000 radios with the company’s TSM waveform, providing customers with mission-critical resilient communications for operations in congested and contested environments.
TrellisWare has developed a global ecosystem built on the proven scalability and performance of the TSM waveform and a unique business model that has enabled a diverse range of systems, including TrellisWare radios, trusted industry partner radios, and unmanned systems. As a result, the TSM waveform has become the interoperability standard for resilient Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANET) communications.
“This milestone of fielding over 100,000 systems with the TSM waveform marks a significant achievement for TrellisWare and all of our partners,” said Metin Bayram, president and CEO of TrellisWare. “I want to thank the entire team at TrellisWare, our valued partners, and the customers who place their trust in our technology. We look forward to the continued growth of this ecosystem and for new technology like our Katana waveform to be fielded into these systems.”
TrellisWare has launched the next-generation Katana waveform, its newest resilient narrowband waveform designed to operate in highly contested Radio Frequency (RF) communication environments, that supports Sensitive But Unclassified – Encrypted (SBU-E) security level interoperability with US Army Program of Record (PoR) Warrior Robust Enhanced Networking (WREN) Narrowband (WREN NB) waveform.