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REDCOM Picks Mocana to Secure Carrier Class 4/5 IP Softswitch Solutions

REDCOM Picks Mocana to Secure Carrier Class 4/5 IP Softswitch Solutions

Victor, N.Y. and San Francisco (November 24, 2009) – REDCOM Laboratories Inc., a company that designs and manufactures digital and IP-enabled telecommunications systems, today announced a technology partnership with Mocana to secure REDCOM’s TRANSip® IP technology suite. REDCOM announced an agreement to integrate Mocana’s NanoSSLâ„¢ Advancedâ„¢ device integrity software to implement secure SIP over TLS and to encrypt remote administration of REDCOM HDX and SLICE® 2100â„¢ softswitches. Mocana’s security technology embedded within these REDCOM platforms protects users from eavesdropping, data theft and VoIP man-in-the-middle attacks by encrypting content and authenticating endpoints at carrier-class traffic volumes and speeds.

TRANSip is a Mocana-secured, fully integrated VoIP and TDM solution available for the REDCOM HDX and SLICE 2100 Carrier Class 4/5 softswitch platforms that incorporates the benefits of TDM and IP technologies. TRANSip provides a SIP Call Controller, Media Gateway, Media Gateway Controller, and a full range of related IP telephony capabilities and features. TRANSip also supports traditional TDM transport and signaling interfaces and features.

NanoSSL is Mocana’s super fast, super small SSL/TLS solution specifically designed to speed product development while providing best-in-class device security services for resource-constrained environments. NanoSSL is open-standards based, extensible, extremely small footprint, platform-agnostic and includes an optional government-certified FIPS 140-2 level one-validated crypto core. NanoSSL includes a full-featured key generator and certificate management client, and even supports Government Suite B crypto algorithms and the new RFC standard for TLS 1.2. Free source code evaluations of NanoSSL are available to developers at

“Our customers demand robust security from our IP-based switch platforms,” said Klaus Gueldenpfennig, President of REDCOM. “They also expect very high throughput and high availability. Mocana’s government-certified cryptography software stood out head and shoulders above the rest. Their stellar engineering support and embedded security expertise made Mocana an easy choice when we went looking for a security partner.”

“REDCOM’s TRANSip incorporates a full VoIP and TDM feature set in a single Next Generation Network platform, coupling REDCOM’s world-renowned reliability with best-in-class Mocana device security,” said Adrian Turner, Mocana’s President and CEO. “TRANSip offers their customers all the ROI benefits of secure VoIP while still leveraging customers’ substantial investments in existing network elements.”

For more information about REDCOM’s HDX and SLICE 2100 with TRANSip, please email or call 1.585.924.7550. For more information about Mocana’s NanoSSL software, visit or call 415.617.0055.


For more than 30 years, REDCOM has specialized in the design and manufacture of innovative telecommunications products noted for their quality and reliability. REDCOM products provide customers with state-of-the-art public and private network systems, ISDN systems, integrated TDM and VoIP systems, transportable systems, programmable systems, and test equipment.

Located in Victor, New York, REDCOM markets to a global customer base including commercial telecom service providers, private networks, integrators, emergency responders, and government and defense agencies, customizing products to meet each market’s specific needs. All REDCOM products are proudly designed, manufactured and assembled in the United States. The company website is:

About Mocana

Mocana secures the “Internet of Things” - the 20 billion datacom, smartgrid, federal, consumer, industrial and medical devices that connect across every sector of our economy. These devices already outnumber PC’s on the Internet by five to one, representing a $900 billion market that’s growing twice as fast as the PC market. Every day, millions of people use products sold by over 100 companies that leverage Mocana’s Device Integrity software, including Dell, Cisco, Honeywell, General Electric, General Dynamics, Avaya, Nortel Networks, Harris and Radvision, among others. Mocana won Frost & Sullivan’s Technology Innovation of the Year award for 2008 for Device Security, and was named to the Red Herring Global 100 as one of the “top 100 privately-held technology companies in the world” in January 2009.

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