Compunetix’s Mission Voice Platform (MVP) and its TEMPEST-certified mission consoles are designed to meet the red/black communications control requirements for classified facilities. The MVP maintains two independent, isolated voice networks (red and black). Compunetix manufactures two types of mission consoles that interface with these voice networks: Type I mission consoles, which interface with only one voice network (red only or black only) and Type II mission consoles, which interface with both the red voice network and the black voice network. The Secure Digital Audio Processor (SDAP) is the component of the Type II mission consoles that maintains separation between red and black.
This purpose-built equipment is designed with special security features that meet RMF and NIST SP 800-53 controls from the ground up. System redundancy is designed into both the chassis and board-level architecture of the MVP and Compunetix mission consoles, upholding the guiding principle of no single point of failure. Furthermore, mission consoles are dual-homed. That is, they can interface with two independent MVP platforms for redundancy and continuity of operations.