REDCOM® Introduces Sigma® Server 1600, a Compact and Ruggedized IP Telecommunications Platform

REDCOM Server 1600

Designed and built in the USA by REDCOM, Sigma Server 1600 meets MIL-STD-810 specifications for temperature, altitude, vibration, and shock resistance, making it ideal for military deployments and industrial applications.

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of the world’s most secure and reliable telecommunications solutions, is pleased to introduce Sigma® Server 1600, a prepackaged communications platform that consists of REDCOM’s Sigma Core software running on a REDCOM Server 1600 MIL-spec small form factor computing platform.

Sigma Server 1600 enables session and call control for voice, video, and chat — as well as full Virtual PBX functionality — all in a single integrated platform. The server includes an industrial-grade motherboard, a powerful Intel® Core i7 processor, and front to rear cooling, delivering high performance across a broad temperature range.

“Server 1600 running REDCOM’s Sigma Core software was designed specifically to meet the demanding communications requirements of customers in the utilities, oil & gas, defense, aerospace, and public safety industries,” said REDCOM President Dinah Gueldenpfennig Weisberg. “REDCOM leveraged decades of hardware design experience to engineer a call control server that delivers an incredible amount of power in a small platform. It’s truly built to withstand the test of time, even in the most extreme environments.”

Sigma Server 1600 meets MIL-STD-810 specifications for temperature, altitude, vibration, and shock resistance, making it ideal for military deployments and industrial applications. Its unique 1U, half-rack form factor allows two servers to be installed side-by-side in a standard 19” rack or transit…

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