Forum Communications Consortium III Conference System Receives DoD APL/JITC Approval

Forum Communications Consortium III System

“The new Consortium Unified Capabilities architecture allows the conferencing system to be deployed in a variety of environments and configurations which most benefit the unique DoDIN Enterprise situation.” said Noel H. Schnell, Vice President, Forum Communications.

Forum Communications announced today the Consortium III Conference System, Release 11.1 has been approved for listing on the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) Approved Products List.

The Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) issued the following certification:

DoDIN APL approval of the Forum Communications Consortium III Release 11.1 Tracking Number TN 1710301 as a Unified Capabilities Conference System has been granted. The Risk Management Executive (RME) recommended DoDIN APL placement on 27 October 2017 based on the CyberSecurity (CS) testing completed by the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) Ft. Huachuca-led CS test teams. This solution achieved Interoperability (IO) certification from the JITC on 19 October 2017. This approval is effective upon the date of this memorandum and expires 30 October 2020. The System met the critical requirements of the Unified Capabilities Requirements (UCR), and is certified for joint use, with the optional capability of Multi-Level Precedence & Preemption (MLPP), on the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) as an audio only (AO) Unified Capabilities Conferencing System (UCCS) with no waivers, conditions, or open discrepancies.

The Consortium III conferencing system provides real-time audio conferencing capabilities for the DoD. The system can support 2000 concurrent calls over multiple conference types including Meet Me, Preset, and Blast…

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