CENTRIXS – DISA has shared Operations and Maintenance responsibilities for several CENTRIXS networks including the following:
- Global Counter Terrorism Forces (GCTF)
- Southwest Asia (SWA)
- CENTRIXS-JPN (Japan)
- CENTRIXS-KOR (Korea)
Pegasus – an initiative to expand information sharing among the CCEB nations (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and US) and its capabilities include:
- Email (Classified SECRET//REL)
- Secure Voice (Classified SECRET//REL)
- Microsoft SharePoint
- Chat (limited release)
- Web (limited release)
- Video Teleconferencing (VTC) (pending release)
To learn more, visit the following site (Classified): https://pegasus.smil.mil.
CFBLNet – a mission driven initiative formed to support:
- The evaluation of combined C4ISR interoperability shortfalls
- The conduct of initiatives to improve coalition information exchange capabilities, explore and experiment with emerging capabilities, or examine and resolve deficiencies in existing applications, systems, or equipment
- The assessment and reporting on potential solutions through the use of agreed phased assessment procedures
- Improved combined communications and information systems (CIS) for the explicit purpose of promoting near term concepts and acceptance of solutions
- The exchange of information addressing interoperability assessments within coalitions
CFBLNet provides a gateway to link various national assets, through recognized and accredited infrastructures, to all forms of defense, training, and industry sites worldwide for the purposes of:
- Training, including for pre-deployment
- Operational exercises
- Research and development
- Technology testing and proving
- Military process improvement
- Equipment de-risking and demonstrations
There are over 230 CFBLNet battle laboratories and experimentation sites globally. Each year the number of sites within CFBLNet continues to grow. The increasing number of site locations reduces travel and other associated costs by providing mission partners with the ability to conduct trials locally.
To learn more, view the following video https://www.youtube.com/tv?v=ihUF409T900 or visit the following site: https://www.disa.mil/CFBLNet.
CMNT – provides:
- Greater efficiency in the use of bandwidth, enabling voice and video convergence capabilities
- Improved ability to manage the network, including the ability to manage bandwidth with greater agility
- Improved monitoring for the purpose of effective cyber defense
- Reduced time to resolve network interruptions
- Reduced time required to establish new COIs
Visit the following site for more information on CMNT: http://www.disa.mil/Network-Services/VPN/CMNT.
UISS-APAN – offers a variety of collaboration tools that can be used alone or in conjunction with other tools to develop your unique community space. APAN tools include:
To learn more, visit the following site: https://www.apan.org.