CoCo Communications scores $9 million, looks to build secure mobile networks for the military
CoCo Communications has nailed down $9 million in fresh financing, money that the 10-year-old Seattle company will use to enhance products that allow the military or first responders to easily set up mobile mesh networks.
[GeekWire, July 5th, 2012]
JPEO JTRS - Taking Next-Gen Comms to the Tactical Edge
JPEO JTRS has been in search of a robust, multiuser chat capability to support real-time, interactive, low bandwidth text communication between users configuring JTRS radios and networks. CoCo Communications Corp. (CoCo) has developed a distributed chat application which can dramatically improve the chat experience for tactical users by addressing reliable
message delivery, replay, and efficiency problems that are characteristic to tactical edge networks.
[Tactical Defense Media - Armor and Mobility, March 2012]
Industry Interview - John DeFeo, President CEO, CoCo Communications Corp.
CoCo CEO, John DeFeo, is featured in U.S. Coast Guard Forum Magazine. His experience with CoCo as well as his involvement with the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) flying
USCG auxiliary missions are discussed. As a civilian and active Coast Guard member, John has flown several missions involving: search and rescue, responding to pollution incidents, aerial photography, transporting USCG personal and material, and flying security patrols.
[U.S. Coast Guard Forum - KMI Media, September, 2011]
In the U.S. our armed forces and other agencies are using PDAs in the field, and there is no reason they shouldn’t always have connectivity to their data network. Coast Guard members in particular should be able to maintain connectivity to all their operational systems and all their network systems no matter where they are: in the air, at sea or in the hull of a vessel doing patrol. The technology exists to connect and to connect securely.
[U.S. Coast Guard Forum - KMI Media, July, 2011]
Warfighters May Chat With Confidence
Members of a tactical operations center soon may be able to count on chatting as a reliable means of second-to-second communications with each other and those in other centers. As part of a Small Business Innovation Research project, the Space and Naval Warfare Center - Pacific is exploring readily available commercial solutions that would enable numerous centers' members to keep up to date even after systems go down.
[AFCEA Signal Magazine, November 01, 2010]
Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: Connectivity and Interoperability on the Fly
Th U.S. Governement and communications vendors continue their slow, but steady progress toward the goal of providing interoperable communications for first responders. They also seek ways to improvise with mobile networks when the need arises.
[Security Management Magazine, September 03, 2010]
Stiletto ISR Solution Demonstration
Institute for Defense and Government Advancement (IDGA) announced that an Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (ISR) solution for Stiletto and other fast patrol craft will be demonstrated at the Maritime Homeland Security Summit.
[Miami Herald, April 22, 2010]
Innovation & Cooperation in the Lone Star State
In collaboration with the State of Texas Governor's Office of Homeland Security, the Dallas Love Field (DLF)
Wireless Integration Project has achieved interoperable communications for the region's emergency responders - all for less than the cost of a new squad car.
[SAFECOM Interoperability Technology Today, Spring 2007]
Disaster Drill Conducted at Love Field
Responders test communication system aimed at improving coordination among first responders during mock crash.
[Preston Hollow, November 16, 2007]
CoCo Communications Secures Navy Contract
Seattle-based CoCo Communications has entered into a contract with the U.S. Navy to provide a "zero-infrastructure" communications solution to problems encountered by boarding teams on vessels while conducting inspections for potential illegal cargo and activity.
[Urgent Communications, July 20, 2007]
Vendor Says New Release Will Deliver Nationwide Interoperable Communications
CoCo Communications announces Version 4.0 of the company's software-driven networking protocol and application suite-a scalable, IP-based solution-is capable of providing nationwide interoperable communications for first responders for a fraction of the cost of hardware-based solutions.
[Urgent Communications, April 11, 2007]
Big D's Magic Bullet
In Dallas, CoCo Communications has established a secure, software-driven interoperability service that links nine local, state and federal agencies - as well as a commercial airline carrier - and enables easy expansion to other agencies in the north central Texas region that may want to join.
[Urgent Communications, March 1, 2007]
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