Digital sovereignty and technological independence have become crucial issues for government customers with security-critical applications. Rohde & Schwarz is highlighting its SOVERON solution at IDEX, offering government customers a secure, high-performance network architecture consisting of state-of-the-art, innovative hardware and software, cryptology and intelligent routing. It takes into account their security and national interests and enables them to achieve information superiority.
SOVERON ensures simple, platform-independent integration of existing and new systems and products. Rohde & Schwarz develops and manufactures the key components in-house, so that users are independent of third-party technologies and solutions.
The key feature of SOVERON is Rohde & Schwarz’s software-defined radio (SDR) technology, based on the Software Communications Architecture (SCA). SOVERON SDRs are implemented as open platforms with strict separation between hardware (radios) and software (waveforms). This design allows both SCA-based waveforms such as SOVERON WAVE and third-party legacy waveforms to be ported to the radios, protecting customers' investments and providing backward compatibility with legacy radio systems. Since customers can create and modify the embedded encryption as well as the waveforms, they can set up secure communications channels to provide interoperability between different branches of the armed forces and between nations.
“SOVERON is the basis for secure communications across all chains of command. It will ensure our government customers national sovereignty in the digital information space,” stated senior management representative Bosco Novak.