Trace Systems Inc. is proud to support the Army’s first Multi-Domain Task Force (MDTF) by delivering our M-DRIVE and technical services to support MDTF1 aligned to the U.S. Army Pacific in the Indo-Pacific (INDOPACOM) Area of Responsibility (AOR).
As the sole NSA approved CDS access system, M-DRIVE has been implemented at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) and deployed location(s) to host multiple mission bilateral and multilateral enclaves, therefore enabling effective communication with coalition partners key to continued success for the US Department of Defense (DoD).
“Trace is excited to deliver our one-of-a-kind technology to support the Army’s newest formation, the MDTF. Placing our unique capabilities with this organization allows them the flexibility to immediately meet existing and emerging enterprise and deployed MPE C2 requirements in support of the Army and USARPAC,” said Therman Farley, Vice President of Technology Solutions.
Trace’s M-DRIVE solution has been assessed and authorized by the National Cross Domain Security Management Office (NCDSMO) as well as the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS)/Communications Security Establishment (CSE) for RL3. It has deployed in support of multiple DoD Services and Combatant Commands in support of global coalition information sharing.
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Trace Systems Inc. is a leading innovator in scalable, secure hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), virtualized technologies, and private cloud solutions within enterprise and tactical environments. Trace delivers mission critical capabilities, infrastructure, and support to enable customer success globally.
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