NASA Accepts FREQUENTIS Voice Communication System (VCS) 3020 at NASAs Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida

Frequentis USA announces that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) accepted two Mission Operation Voice Enhancement (MOVE) VCS3020 systems at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The VCS3020 systems replace KSCs aging voice systems with the latest digital communication technologies such as Voice-over-IP and user friendly interfaces (keysets). The 3020 voice communication systems in the MOVE program are used for mission critical voice communications for NASAs manned and unmanned space missions and support over 1,000 keysets. "The KSC system deliveries mark another major milestone in the MOVE program, now that all the designated systems have been delivered to support NASAs missions, said Mark Flinchbaugh, MOVE program manager at Frequentis USA, Inc.

The MOVE program has delivered 19 VCS3020 systems worldwide consisting of 2 to Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC1, GSFC2), 1 to Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), 3 to Johnson Space Center
(JSC Prime, JSC LSOS, MCCXT), 4 to the Deep Space Network sites (JPL, GDSCC, MDSCC, CDSCC), 3 to the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS) Network sites (WSGT, STGT, GRGT), 2 to the Wallops Flight Facility sites (WFF, PFRR), 3 to Kennedy Space Center (LC39, IA, KSCTB) and 1 to Ames Research Center (ARC). Frequentis USA continues to support and expand MOVE capacity, with NASA receiving more than 4,000 keysets, to date.


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