Owl government products are designed to provide deterministic one-way data transfer, for both low-to-high and high-to-low use cases, and feature built-in data verification and filtering capabilities based on supported data type(s). Products include streaming, file transfer, and multi-purpose options, validated and accredited for use in government, defense, and intelligence applications.
Owl Government Products have been deployed across government agencies, the intelligence community, and all branches of the U.S. Department of Defense.
Enterprise Server Solutions
- High to Extreme Bandwidth Requirements
- Streaming, File, Cloud, or Packet Transfer
- Various Bandwidth Ranges Available
- Also Available in 1U Compact Variants
- Low-to-Mid Bandwidth Requirements
- Streaming, File, or Multi-purpose Transfer
- All-in-One Optimized Single Unit Appliances
- Multi-purpose/Multiple Streams
- Optimized, Low SWaP Design
- Adapted for Harsh Field Environments
About Owl Cross Domain Solutions
Owl CDSs transfer data one-way, across the boundaries of networks operating at different security classifications (i.e. unclassified to Secret) without the possibility of data “leaking” out of the target network. For example, unclassified weather data (satellite images, temperatures, precipitation rates, forecasts, streaming video, etc.) generated by 100’s of NOAA facilities could be transferred by a CDS to a higher security level network (i.e. SIPRNET) for Air Force mission planners. At the same time, the CDS prevents data from leaking out of SIPRNET to any other network.
It is the policy of the United States to deny licenses and other approvals for exports and imports of defense articles and defense services, destined for or originating in certain countries. Owl Government Products are restricted by 22 U.S.C. 2778 of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and Executive Order 13637. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR,” 22 CFR 120-130) implements the AECA. Export Licenses for ITAR controlled items are processed through a form DSP-5 for permanent or temporary export. This includes screening clients that are in or associated with Sanctioned or Embargoed countries. Additionally, there are certain “End-Use Controls” which prohibit exports to certain countries.
Owl CDS products are comprised of patented hardware and software components that include data verification methods (filters, checksums, etc.) and have been tailored to meet specific mission requirements. At the heart of each solution is our proprietary data diode design which provides a hardware based, deterministic one-way only transfer of data. All Owl CDS products have been accredited and validated for operational use, with a number of products on the NCDSMO baseline.
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As the leader in data diode cross domain solutions technology, Owl is constantly innovating new products and components to push the limits of the industry. For more information on these emerging technologies, including technical specifications and availability, please contact your Owl Account Executive or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Miniaturized Cross Domain Solutions (MCDS)
MCDS is designed to provide the robust capabilities of Owl’s cross domain solutions in a miniaturized form factor. With the capability to isolate networks, transfer data from Unclassified to Secret networks, this miniaturized solution is designed to satisfy the requirements of highly mobile, tactical missions. Its small size, weight and power (SWaP) profile makes it perfect for dismounted soldiers, embedded vehicle computers or any other environments where size and weight considerations are critical.
Multi-Level Data Retrieval Solution (MDRS)
MDRS maintains secure and isolated domains while requesting and accessing files, providing a way for analysts to quickly and seamlessly access files in other domains without having to wait for data requisitions to be completed. It modifies the traditional two-way communication used by the Network File Sharing protocol and separates it into two discrete, single direction paths (request & response). Each path passes through a data diode, which protects the integrity of each network while allowing files to be exchanged between them.
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