- A smart choice for organisations looking for secure communications on a scale that can match their evolving needs more closely
- Claricor 3 includes compact equipment such as the DXT3p switch and the TB3p base station
- Advanced functions including data services, applications and dispatcher functionalities
Critical Communications World (CCW), Paris, 21 May 2013 – Cassidian has introduced a newversion of its professional radio system solution for small to medium-sized networks, called Claricor. Made for up to 5,000 users, it offers a cost-effective set-up for providing both outdoor and indoor coverage across sites such as airports, factories or power plants but also larger areas such as cities. If needed, a Claricor network can be interconnected with multiple switches to cover a nation wide area.The new Claricor 3 version includes high-speed data (TEDS) and provides more than enough bandwidth for data in Smart Grid or SCADA applications.
At the heart of the Claricor 3 system is the IP-connected DXT3p switch from Cassidian. The DXT3p is an all-in-one package with high capacity; great functionality for IP based networks. Its lower power consumption (around 150W) makes it an eco-friendly option, too.
Claricor can be easily expanded from a small group of users served by a single site to a fully-fledged network addressing the needs of a few thousand subscribers. “Our customers can start with a small system that will grow with them, which makes Claricor 3 a perfect future-proof choice. In other words, Claricor 3 brings smart, safe and secure communications within the reach of more organisations than ever,” said Olivier Koczan, Head of Sales within Secure Communication Solutions, Cassidian.
Claricor 3 offers all the advanced functions of larger networks, including secure voice and data services, individual calls, group calls, TEDS and dispatcher functionalities. In addition, the comprehensive set of functions available with Claricor 3 is field-proven and delivers business-critical reliability implemented in nationwide networks now also to smaller scale networks