DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BridgeComm, Inc., a leader in optical wireless communications solutions and services, today announced the ongoing research and development of its Managed Optical Communication Array (MOCA) technology has culminated with the successful completion of a transportable demo. This MOCA technology, which BridgeComm plans on opening sales to customers this year, allows for multi-domain capabilities to share large volumes of data significantly faster with increased security.
BridgeComm’s MOCA technology is a cost-effective solution for high-throughput secure connectivity across space, air, land and sea domains. By incorporating optical wireless communications (OWC), MOCA offers a modular and scalable laser communications solution that supports the demand for data, speed and security end-users require.
“RF and fiber are technologies that have served us well, evolving to meet the increasing demands for higher performance within any mobile communications system, though they come with physical limitations for speed and capacity,” said Barry Matsumori, CEO of BridgeComm. “OWC addresses the needs of end users, while complimenting RF with point to multipoint capability. We've seen great success in our demo and are excited for our customers to reap the benefits of MOCA.”
MOCA addresses many of the infrastructure requirements to support the current and future demands for data, with a lower cost threshold and fewer regulatory restrictions. BridgeComm's global network of optical ground stations provides high-bandwidth, high-security solutions for rapid point-to-point data transmissions. For more information, visit www.bridgecomminc.com.
BridgeComm is a global leader in optical wireless communications solutions and services. Through a global network of ground stations designed to support complementary fixed and mobile terminals, the company provides fast, secure, enterprise-grade broadband services for a variety of markets, including space exploration, terrestrial networks for 5G connectivity and applications, and airborne lasercomm for prominent applications including intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, in-flight entertainment, and backhaul. More information can be found at www.bridgecomminc.com.