BridgeComm Advances Ultra High-Throughput Connectivity With MOCA Technology


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BridgeComm, Inc., a leader in optical wireless communications (OWC) solutions and services, announced significant achievements in the advancement of OWC with the on going maturity of its Managed Optical Communication Array (MOCA) hardware and software technology. Validated by a partnership with an independent third party, MOCA technology allows for multi-domain capabilities to share large volumes of data and collaborate significantly faster with increased security.

BridgeComm’s MOCA technology enables a point-to-multipoint laser communications solution with a rapidly steerable system that achieves multi-target transmit and receive connections, while significantly reducing the size, weight and power of traditional tracking OWC terminals. The technology is modular and scalable, allowing for rapid development and implementation of terminals suitable for space, air, land and sea domains.

“All the significant functionalities needed for point-to-multipoint and fully meshed communications have been realized in this design,” said BridgeComm CEO Barry Matsumori. “When considering tactical and strategic applications, the features of our MOCA-based terminals provide several key features for multiple simultaneous connections, comms-on-the-move, and networking across platforms with unparalleled security, unlocking point-to-multipoint capability for optical networks.”

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