Cross Domain Solutions are typically customer owned and do not require recurring license or maintenance fees.
The Sterling XD Framework and SmartXD technologies are used to rapidly deliver flexible, low cost capabilities that are easier to certify than traditional, guard specific solutions.
Cross Domain Enablement for Existing Applications
Sterling can rapidly cross domain enable existing COTS or GOTS applications; Sterling’s CrossWatch and Unity are perfect examples. CrossWatch for SolarWinds’® cross domain enables SolarWinds’® IT Management software without any modifications to standard SolarWinds’® products. Sterling Unity cross domain enables Microsoft Exchange email, calendar, contacts, and tasks also with no modifications to Exchange. In both cases, familiar user interfaces are maintained, cross domain transfer is limited to highly constrained XML and any data guard can be used. The result is a secure, easy to use, easy to certify cross domain solution. Using the Sterling XD Framework and SmartXD technology, solutions can be created rapidly. Crosswatch for SolarWinds® was developed, tested, and released in less than 6 months.
Specific Cyber Solution Areas include the following:
Sterling has experience with information discovery, retrieval, and geo-visualization capabilities. Applied to systems like the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS), actionable intelligence capabilities can incorporate the following:
Sterling GeoSpace is a solution that provides a multi-domain, 3D, geospatial view of the battlespace. It can be customized and configured to perform a broad range of capabilities including the following:
Trusted Workstation Solutions
Sterling has expertise and experience working with Trusted Workstations such as AFRL SecureView, AFRL SABER, and TCS Trusted Thin Client. Specific solution areas include the following: