What we do
We help organizations securely manage video-rich workflows, leading to instant situational awareness, increased productivity and lower operational costs.
We can deliver any data source to any destination, instantaneously, providing authorized access to any network at any level of classification through a single, IA-accredited infrastructure. This streamlines workflows, increases responsiveness and reduces operational complexity, enabling collaboration and faster, better-informed decisions.
Thinklogical manufactures the only mid-to-large scale fiber-optic KVM matrix switches that are IA-accredited to manage multiple classifications of information through a single switch, dramatically reducing infrastructure cost and complexity, increasing cyber-security and minimizing the requirement to air-gap networks at the desktop.
Thinklogical offers the only medium to large-scale fiber-optic KVM matrix switches to achieve Common Criteria EAL4, NATO (NIAPC) Evaluation Scheme: GREEN status, U.S. DoD DISA JITC UC APL 2013, and TEMPEST SDIP 27 Level B certification for single chassis, multi-classification computer KVM and video distribution system (VDS) infrastructures.
With Thinklogical’s extension and switching products, you can back rack computers and maintain Information Assurance (IA) certified isolation between multiple classified and non-classified networks through a single matrix switch, eliminating the need to air-gap parallel networks at the desktop, increasing premise data security, simplifying AV and IT system management, and reducing overall infrastructure costs.
Our secure extension systems enable computers and VDI clients -- and their vulnerable USB ports, hard drives, and network cables -- to be removed from the workspace and back-racked in secure IT machine rooms. This increases premise cyber-security and reduces the chance of intentional hacking or accidental data loss or breach.
We dramatically reduce the amount of equipment and cabling required when compared to traditional AV and IT architectures, enabling resource sharing, lowering acquisition costs and simplifying ongoing management. This saves time and money while increasing flexibility to quickly reconfigure systems to meet changing mission requirements.