Bivio Networks to Join Trident Systems at European Intelligence Technology
Expo, Highlighting Their Deep Packet Inspection Solution
Trident Systems, the leading provider of cross-domain collaboration systems to both DoD and the
Intelligence Community, is teaming with Bivio Networks and their industry-leading B7000
Multi-Application Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) networking system. Collaboration Gateway is
Trident’s best-selling cross-domain software solution, and is currently in use across the US
Defense Department and around the world.
Fairfax, VA (Vocus) February 13, 2010 -- Trident Systems, the leading provider of cross-domain collaboration
solutions to both DoD and the Intelligence Community, is teaming with Bivio Networks and their industry
leading B7000 Multi-Application Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) networking system.
“We’re really excited about Bivio’s incredible performance and flexibility,” notes Nick Karangelen, Trident’s
Chief Executive Officer. “Today, our users employ cross-domain chat and whiteboarding, using existing guards
such as Radiant Mercury. The B7000 DPI enabling Multi-Application Platform, coupled with the flexibility of its
onboard Linux cores, makes it a natural for supporting cross-domain VoIP, application-sharing, and video.
Cross-domain collaboration means people working together to solve real-time problems; combat search & rescue,
disaster response, and IED defeat. We see Bivio Networks as a key enabler for making our collaboration tools
faster, more secure, and more flexible.”
Bivio's successs in the Federal network security market is highlighted in a recent Government Computer News
piece. The article “Faster Networks, Closer Inspection Fends Off Agile Threats,” discusses evolving
requirements for securing government information systems, and was published on February 1.
Come see Bivio’s market leading DPI multi-application platforms, and learn more about Trident’s cross-domain
solutions, at the US European Command Intelligence Technology Expo.