General Dynamics has updated a network encryption tool designed to support cybersecurity missions.
Software update release 4.2v3 of the TACLANE-FLEX KG-175F tool will allow warfighters to control devices' power consumption and mitigate operating and touch temperatures, the company said Friday.
The update houses a low power mode that will decrease power consumption by 22 percent. Users may also secure the power levels needed to run other features such as the Trusted Sensor Software and Power over Ethernet capabilities through a new enhanced mode.
Users may configure and access the power management modes through the GEM One Encryptor Manager tool or via the TACLANE-FLEX's console port.
TACLANE-FLEX can equip secure communications capabilities and support throughput functions with a range between 100 megabytes per second to one gigabyte per second. Customers may contact the INFOSEC Support team to receive the new update.