WAVE Becomes Communications Interoperability Standard for U.S. Special Operations Command

Seattle, Washington – January 8, 2013 – Twisted Pair Solutions Inc., a recognized leader in critical communication applications for secure, real-time collaboration anywhere, on any device, today announced that the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) recently entered into a multi-million dollar Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) for the use of WAVE software throughout the Command.  WAVE is an already tried and trusted component of USSOCOM’s extensive communications capabilities and this ELA underscores the importance of WAVE’s role to these capabilities and its ability to support the global Special Operations Forces mission.

“We are delighted to have USSOCOM as a key customer and now enterprise-wide user of WAVE,” said Tom Guthrie, Twisted Pair’s President and CEO.  “USSOCOM has been a great partner over the past 10 years, working closely with us to enhance the capabilities of WAVE to meet the needs of their mission critical tactical operations.”

Defense organizations across the world depend on their communications capabilities to successfully complete their missions.  Today’s battlefield commanders rely on a network of well-informed geographically dispersed forces to achieve an information advantage that can then be translated into a competitive warfighting advantage.  With WAVE software military commanders have the tools to deploy and sustain extensible communications between tactical radio systems, PCs, smartphones and tablets using battlefield and strategic networks of differing capability and performance.

WAVE is currently deployed by all branches of the U.S. Military and a growing number of coalition forces.  Most recently it was identified by the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command who recommended the acquisition of WAVE or equivalent capability to support emergency response operations for military installations.  WAVE holds a U.S Army Certificate of Networthiness and is on the NATO Approved Suppliers list.