Company Overview of Mutualink, Inc.
Mutualink, Inc. provides interoperable communications solutions for public safety, emergency management, and defense agencies. It offers Mutualink, an IP-based multimedia communication resource sharing platform that enables community-wide multimedia sharing of radio, voice, text, video, data files, and telephone communications in a secure environment. The company’s Mutualink system is deployed by various public and private entities worldwide, including homeland security and defense installations, NATO Special Operations Forces, police and fire departments, transit authorities, hospitals, shopping malls, casinos, and more. It also offers interoperability workstations; and Smartphone Commander...
1269 South Broad Street
Wallingford, CT 06492
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Mutualink, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Mutualink, Inc. Key Developments
Mutualink, Inc. Appoints Robert J. McGuire to the Advisory Board
Jul 1 13
Mutualink, Inc. welcomed Robert J. McGuire to the company's advisory board. Mr. McGuire joins a list of distinguished Mutualink advisory board members, including Retired General Barry McCaffrey, Retired General Wesley K. Clark, The Honorable Tom Ridge and Captain Ronald Brooks. Advisory board members provide strategic insight, counsel, and diversified experience to Mutualink's management team, which enables the company to maintain a leadership role in the interoperable communications market.
Mutualink, Inc. Unveils Man-Portable Multimedia Interoperable Ops Fusion Kit with Secure Tactical 4G LTE Bubble Capability
Jun 27 13
Mutualink, Inc. announced that the company's interoperable communications and multimedia platform is being tested with a newly-unveiled secure tactical 4G LTE capability during Department of Defense (DoD) exercises taking place this month at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland. This infrastructure-independent capability will allow military units to operate with multiple devices in the field, without relying on public cell networks, satellite data relays or large communications infrastructure footprints. The capability is implemented as part of a man-portable operations fusion kit, providing tactical seamless interoperable communications, video and information on the ground as well as enabling seamless reach back to command and control (C2) points anywhere in the world. DoD is testing the proof of concept to deploy 4G LTE connectivity in a mobile ad hoc manner to ensure a timely response to dynamic disaster situations. With high-speed, high-bandwidth internet and phone connectivity, users in the field are able to communicate instantaneously with limited resources. To do this, Mutualink's interoperable communications platform is enabled with tactical 4G LTE bubbles to provide local backhaul and cross-unit transmission of data at speeds of up to 70 MB/s. Mutualink is demonstrating this self-meshing capability in conjunction the DoD Joint User Interoperability Communications Exercise. Mutualink's Ops Fusion Kits are highly compact, light, low-power units containing complete interoperable communities and multimedia information sharing in a form factor as small as carry-on luggage, providing a small footprint, rapid advanced communications deployment capability anywhere in the world. Mutualink's platform enables secure voice, full-motion video and information sharing among joint and coalition partner organizations and networks on a global, real-time basis. With this technology, an anytime, anywhere operations fusion capability is enabled, allowing partners to connect and collaborate - as and when needed - in a sovereign, secure manner. With 4G LTE capabilities, an interoperable communications network can be deployed in an ad hoc manner in the event of an emergency, using only the Mutualink system and a battery backup.
Mutualink Deploys Full Range of Communications Capabilities to Coalition Partners and Dismounted Soldiers
Jun 19 13
Mutualink, Inc. announced to deliver sophisticated interoperable voice, video and data sharing capabilities to the U.S. Marines, NATO and global coalition partners throughout the month of June during the Joint Users Interoperability Communications Exercise (JUICE) at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland. Mutualink's interoperable communications platform enables U.S. forces and coalition nations to share voice, full-motion video and data in a sovereign, secure manner. The technology leverages existing equipment and resources to deliver advanced communication capabilities at an affordable cost. This operations fusion capability can be executed on an ad hoc basis, allowing parties around the globe to securely connect and collaborate in real time and with limited resources. Mutualink's platform is being fielded to improve communications between dismounted soldiers from the U.S. Marines and other NATO nations. The primary focus will be the passing of secure, real-time text messages between units on the ground. The data will be passed across secure networks on a sovereign, controlled basis using virtual ad hoc enclaves. In addition, Mutualink will partner with TACDS(TM) (Tactical Cross-Domain Solution) to bridge a coalition network into the ad hoc and persistent virtual Mutualink enclave, pass traffic through the Mutualink enclave, and then output the traffic to any of the other sites that are equipped with TACDS. This seamless passing of traffic by linking TACDS with Mutualink represents a significant new capability for the U.S. DoD and its partners. Throughout the JUICE exercise, Mutualink will dynamically bridge radio, phone, and video assets across numerous disparate networks worldwide. This capability will bring interoperability to all audio assets -- from cell phones to radios to landlines -- while also facilitating the sharing of video assets to coalition partners. Mutualink is also being integrated with REDCOM, which designs and manufactures reliable IP-enabled telecommunications systems. In addition, Mutualink has partnered with Advatech Pacific to use their TACDS(TM) (Tactical Cross Domain Solution) to bridge between US national and NATO coalition networks. The ad hoc and persistent virtual Mutualink enclave will pass traffic bi-directionally between the two networks, TACDS(TM) will guard the U.S. national network while also translating all data between coalition and national data formats. This seamless passing of traffic by linking TACDS(TM) with Mutualink represents a significant new capability for the U.S. DoD and its partners.
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