Cross-domain solution that delivers network isolation
The OCDS-ST06 from Owl Cyber Defense filter is designed as an all-in-one cross-domain solution: It is Unified Cross Domain Services Management Office (UCDSMO) baseline-listed and received its Authorization to Operate (ATO) in 2015. The OCDS-ST06 is designed to stream User Datagram Protocol (UDP) traffic from “unclassified”-level networks to “secret”-level network domains; it transfers UDP packets containing MPEG-TS video. When installed at a ground station, OCDS-ST06 receives multiple inbound UDP video streams from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) supporting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) activities, and transfers the video across network boundaries to the secret network.
The OCDS-ST06 filters the corresponding metadata as remotely gathered unclassified video is collected. The Owl MPEG data filters explicitly check MPEG-TS packet framing, MPEG-TS protocol, and KLV metadata conformance to MISB standards. The incoming full-motion video UPD streams are then multiplexed into one stream for transfer across the domain boundaries to the secret enclave. It is available in an all-in-one 1U (1.75 inches high) rack-mountable chassis. The OCDS-ST06 delivers network isolation and discrete domain separation at bandwidth rates from 26 to 155 megabits per second.
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