Our systems pack more capability into smaller, more streamlined packages than other market solutions, enabling operators to do more with less.
Voyager is a modular and scalable networking system of systems designed to meet the requirements of military, government and public safety communicators in any operational environment.
Voyager comprises a range of common form-factor, rugged, low SWaP, Cisco-based networking modules and chassis for use across the full spectrum of deployment platforms and operational environments. With Voyager, users can remotely access secure resources from anywhere in the world. Voyager solutions enable commanders, operators, and support personnel to exchange information both statically and on the move.
Critically, Voyager’s modular and scalable architecture allows reorganization of support packages based on mission analysis, with a flexibility unique to the market.
Invest in the future,
Technology is always changing. By the time systems are procured, they become obsolete. Not with Voyager. Voyager is purpose-built on a modular hardware and software platform to allow for technology upgrades without replacing systems.
Voyager Reduces Total Cost Of Ownership and Protects Investments
Voyager’s architecture uniquely allows the same modules and chassis to be used as components of all needed configurations, as well as across all various echelons of support and deployment platforms.
By adopting a strategy of maximum reuse of components across various echelons of support and deployment platforms, the Voyager system of systems delivers cost reductions by ensuring that no component goes unused as a system scales from a first-in communications capability to supporting follow-on sustainment forces.
Even when scalable systems are not required, the Voyager model greatly simplifies logistics footprint and training requirements which results in further cost savings. Finally, as component upgrades are required, individual components may be upgraded without impact to the remaining components in the system.
Voyager helps reduce system complexity and the need for multiple, complicated procurements.
Other Ways Voyager Protects Your Investment:
Common Training: Voyager allows for common training across an organization and its various support levels. And, because the system is based on industry standard technology, it enables Cisco-trained engineers to deploy our equipment with ease.
Simplified Sparing: Our Voyager Ignition Key (VIK) allows modules to be reconfigured in the field, simplifying sparing and reducing the need for incidental operators and returning of equipment.
Increased Mobility: The ability to move equipment around with ease helps reduce shipping costs. Voyager can deliver more capability and support a higher number of users in a more modular, smaller form factor than most baseband systems. Therefore Voyager provides increased flexibility in transport, increasing mobility and reducing shipping costs.
The Voyager Ignition Key (VIK) allows operators to reconfigure and repurpose modules in the field, zeroize them for enhanced security and enables persona portability.
Voyager Ignition Key (VIK)
The Voyager Ignition Key (VIK) is a discriminating feature of the Voyager system that provides a removable storage option that allows a module to be reconfigured with the exchange of the VIKs. This eliminates the need for incidental operators to console into the device in the field, simplifying deployment of system configurations, and lowering the risk associated with in-the-field system reconfiguration (for example, among multiple WAN configurations) by minimally trained operators.
Since no sensitive information resides on the module when it is configured for use with VIK, modules may be repurposed among network enclaves which simplifies sparing and non-simultaneous access to multiple enclaves with minimal equipment footprint. Optionally, VIK may be encrypted using 256 bit AES algorithms for enhanced data at rest security.
Rugged by design.
Inside design enables our modules to outperform
Voyager Is Rugged By Design
Klas Telecom Voyager products are designed to be thoroughly rugged and perform optimally in the harshest environments. Voyager is field proven and has been deployed and successfully operated in extreme environments.
Solid State: Voyager modules have been design with no internal cabling, moving parts, or fans for a solid-state baseband system.
Industrial-grade components: Klas Telecom uses industrial-grade components when designing Voyager module boards. This means our modules are inherently more rugged than products designed with commercial grade components. Our components are rated to stand -40 to 125C temperatures, therefore eliminating the need for internal heaters.
IP67: The VoyagerTR can provide any Voyager module with an IP67 sealed enclosure that includes a five port front panel (VoyagerFP5) and a MIL-STD-1275B compliant DC power supply.
MIL-STD-810G: Voyager modules have undergone and passed MIL-STD-810G altitude, vibration, humidity, low and high temperature, shock, and temperature cycling testing. Voyager has met the ruggedization requirements of a number of U.S. and other military organizations.
MIL-STD-461-F /FCC CFR 47 Part 15B: Voyager was assessed and met the EMC requirements of the product standard MIL-STD-461-F and passed the FCC CFR 47 Part 15B standards for Radio Frequency Devices.
Whatever your mission,
whatever the size.
Voyager provides one common scalable system a cross all echelons of support deployment platforms ending the era of multiple expensive disparate systems.
Voyager Scales With Your Mission
It has never been easier to set up operations in challenging and dynamic environments. Voyager 8 easily transitions from airplane to the field; and its modular design uniquely allows the same modules and chassis to be reused as the system scales to support small early entry, medium follow-on, and large sustainment forces.
More capability than your average baseband
Combine emerging technologies such as cellular and wireless endpoints with legacy telephony infrastructure and interfaces, and maintain high user port density with Voyager. Our systems provide more capability than your average baseband.
More Capable Than The Average Baseband To Meet Your Mission Requirements
While based on industry standard technology, such as Cisco routing and switching, Klas Telecom’s Voyager includes additional features otherwise not available in baseband systems. Because Klas Telecom has a robust engineering capability and can design products from the board level up, Voyager provides a rich product feature set in an industry leading low SWaP, small form factor package (7.4” W x 6.3” D x 2” H/avg. module weight = 2.5 lb).
Low SWaP: Klas Telecom undertakes SWaP analysis of all components and materials during the development process. Klas has an expert in-house power design team, who not only design to the market needs, but also to specific customer needs.
VoyagerESR: Voyager’s core routing and switching module provides a Cisco 5915 ESR with 2 routed ports, 12 switched ports (4 with PoE), cellular/Wi-Fi tethering, removable, storage, 2 FXS, synchronous/asynchronous serial support, integrated UPS/2+ hour battery backup, DC out for a range of HAIPE devices, and cellular core network all in an environmentally sealed, 7.4” W x 6.3” D x 2” H/2.5 lb, fanless enclosure.
Combine Emerging Technology with Legacy Interfaces: Voyager brings together innovative technologies such as cellular and wireless endpoints with legacy telephonic infrastructure.
Bridge Disparate Radio Infrastructure: The dissimilar radios of defense, federal, state, and local law enforcement can be bridged using Voyager.
Push Resources Forward: Merge multiple network resources onto a single, small form factor platform, using VoyagerVM, to deliver server room level capabilities forward of a bandwidth-disadvantaged link.
January 10, 2018 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The official National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Common Criteria Certificate for Klas Telecom’s rugged VoyagerESm network switching device, a key component in the Voyager Executive Communications Kit (VoyagerECK), is now available on the NIAP Product Compliant List (PCL)…
After a rigorous testing and evaluation process, Nutanix’s AHV is now certified to run on the Voyager TDC. AHV is the native Nutanix hypervisor and completes the ‘out-of-box-ready’ virtualization infrastructure stack. Read the full blog post on the Nutanix…
Washington, D.C., October 20, 2017 – Klas Telecom’s rugged mobility solutions pass NIAP Common Criteria and are now officially certified for the NSA/CSS CSfC program. .
Washington, DC, July 28, 2017 – Klas Telecom today announced that its Voyager Tactical Data Center (Voyager TDC) has achieved VMware Ready™ status. This designation indicates that after a detailed validation process Voyager TDC has achieved VMware’s highest level of endorsement.