The OCDS-ST06 moves UDP packets containing MPEG-TS video from Unclassified to Secret network domains with minimal latency and without data loss. Tested in deployment and fully operational, the OCDS-ST06 received ATO (Authorization to Operate) on February, 2015. The OCDS-ST06 presents a configurable number of UDP inlet sockets to the source network. UDP payload content is restricted to MPEG-TS packets containing full-motion video and KLV metadata. The Owl MPEG data filters explicitly check MPEG-TS packet framing, MPEG-TS protocol, and KLV metadata conformance to MISB standards.
Available in a small form factor (SFF) variant, OCDS-ST06 is housed in a 19” 1U rack mountable chassis. It delivers total network isolation and discrete domain separation with bandwidth ranging from 26 Mbps up to 1000 Mbps. In situations that require a smaller size, less weight, and/or a lower power draw (low SWaP), the OCDS-ST06 is an ideal cybersecurity solution.