Fuse Integration, Inc.

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Fuse Integration, Inc. is a veteran owned and operated software company, founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Diego, California, United States. The company design and develop networking, computing and communications solutions for military use. Fuse's solutions are ideal for improving the reliability of data and communications in distributed ground, maritime and airborne environments, with a strong focus on creating products for use in high performance military scenarios. 


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Fuse Products and Services:

Fuse's portfolio of military communications solutions feature products for ground, airborne and maritime deployments. These include computing, networking and communications solutions. Please see below for products/services offered:


CORE Virtualised Network Systems

  • Enterprise-grade advanced routing
  • Tested to meet MIL-STD-810G environmental, MIL-STD-461G electromagnetic and MIL-STD-704F power requirements for mobile and aircraft installation
  • NSA-certified encryption for secure computing environment (Type I Suite A/B, and Suite B)
  • Enterprise standard firewall (optional embed)
  • ≥ 1/4 ATR size, to minimise footprint
  • Distributed, decoupled network management software for cross-node visibility into enterprise-wide system configuration and metrics
  • A system of multiple enclaves can be formed by multiple interconnected units
  • Flexible system adaptation enabled through use of virtualised environments and separation of key components
  • CORE can adapt to changing needs through the use of virtualised subsystems to negate the need for costly changes to hardware or footprint
  • Integrated multi-enclave network controller
  • Minimized SWaP and integration requirements built on reliable solid-state designs with integrated NSA-Cert Type 1 HAIPE
  • FIPS 140-2 Data at Rest Encryption algorithms
  • Wide variety of standard interfaces are supported – 10 GigE, 3 serial for each enclave – and legacy flight protocol MIL-STD 1553 as well as emerging high bandwidth STANAG 7221
  • Third party applications are supported via flexible software architecture to enhance mission effectiveness
  • State of art cybersecurity – supported the first Cyber Tabletop for a JCTD to analyze system vulnerabilities in an integrated virtualized network environment
  • CORE architecture combines a holistic network management system with platform components for enterprise awareness


  • Small, weight and power (SWaP) networking solution
  • Can access secure and unclassified networks to ensure adaptability
  • Fully ruggedized physical components ensure CORE’s tactical data link (TDL) and internet protocol (IP) networking platform is equipped for battlefield conditions
  • Ensures a reliable connection between ground operations to airplanes, ground vehicles, and ships

Roller CORE®:

  • Ruggedized SWaP networking technology, housed in a discreet FAA-compliant carry-on bag for portability
  • Leverages a flexible architecture, multiple interfaces, and removable computers

F10 Tactical Edge Networking

F10 Tactical Edge Network Management and Optimisation:

  • Modular software-based network management and optimization solution particularly suited for distributed airborne networks.
  • Runs in a virtualised environment
  • Designed to leverage existing proven fielded comms assets
  • Close to the radio waves—autonomous algorithms address issues like directional beam handoff, radio selection, active energy management, control plane optimization, co-site interference, bandwidth optimization, etc.
  • Tightly integrated with the Fuse network management system, including web-based user interface for holistic network view
  • Incorporates advanced networking
  • Tactical Technologies Toolset (T3) architecture with a web-based user interface, master autonomous network integrated advanced controller with access points (MANIAC/AP) and a unified heterogeneous radio controller
  • Autonomous or user-defined changes to: Waveforms and data rates, Tuning of network parameters including QoS, Discovery of participating nodes and pointing antennas, and Management of radio aware routing signaling
  • Provides heterogeneous cross layer optimization with coordination across autonomous radios, networks and antenna control
  • Ao100 algorithms: improve airborne network availability with optimized antenna section, continuous pointing algorithms, multicast CDL compliant LPI discovery, radio aware routing, radio agnostic coding and modulation control
  • CIRCLE (Co-Site Interference Rejection Collaboration Link Executive) allows for multiple RF systems on a single platform with minimal co-site interference
  • Heterogeneous MANET can move data across any available links
  • Fuse emulation technologies – Virtual Network Test Bed (VNTB) & Tactical Airborne Network Simulator – can help define network architecture and pre-plan for specific missions (platform orbits, information exchange requirements, network outages)
  • TAC-OP (Tactical Optimization) network techniques to enhance legacy application functionality over challenged links like HF and extremely high LPI/LPD links
  • Uses open architectures – Open Mission Systems support, open libraries, GFI code wherever possible

T3 Remote Network Management

Tactical Technologies Toolset (T3) Remote Network Monitoring and Management:

  • Remote network monitoring and management solution for multi-domain operations
  • Intuitive layout of Tactical Data Link (TDL), network and radar settings and status to show an enterprise view of distributed fleet networks and systems
  • T3 incorporates an optimized bandwidth management protocol
  • Allows authorized users remote insight of: System settings, Network status, Tactical information, Legacy information/historical analysis, System operational parameters
  • Utilizes minimal bandwidth on existing networks
  • Allows the user to determine type and amount of data displayed
  • Aggregates data from multiple sources
  • Provides an intuitive user interface
  • Comprehensive and integrated network and system monitoring and management (all network layers) of heterogeneous devices, open aggregator interfaces support rapid device integration
  • Web based – zero weight web browser functionality on any asset, IA qualifications reduced
  • Designed to see entire multi-platform network, meta-data transfer mechanism (sqlPEP) optimized for Disconnected, Intermittent, Low Bandwidth (DIL) links, with virtually no impact on user data
  • Network Decision Support System – designed with collaboration from JICOs to assist decision making and automatically validate network configurations

DARE Airborne Networking Gateway

DARE Airborne Networking Gateway:

  • Combined TDL and IP networking with crossbanding
  • Connects to the aircraft with MIL-STD-1760 power, MIL-STD-1553 serial data, and ethernet
  • DARE shell can support different radio configurations, depending on requirements
  • Standardized under-wing mounted pod airframe built to fit MIL-STD-8591 mounting brackets
  • DARE pod currently integrates with: TTNT, Link 16, ANW2 Mesh, Dual Ku-band CDL and TrelllisWare amongst other options
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