DISA’s Global Video Services Enhances Collaboration Throughout DoD

The Defense Information Systems Agency is offering global video services to address the U.S. military's teleconferencing needs. DISA said Friday that its GVS technology allows users to communicate via video within both secret and non-secure internet protocol router networks. GVS is designed to accommodate a maximum of 1,000 desktop users simultaneously, and allow for connection and interoperability with conference rooms and legacy teleconferencing tools. Users may control GVS' video teleconferencing connections via endpoints.

“We’re constantly looking for ways to enhance communication and collaboration with our mission partners,” said Jessica Martin, GVS program manager at DISA.

The agency is also offering GVS to mission partners who may request for the service via the Defense Information System Network Customer Contact Center.

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