Sectéra vIPer Universal Secure Phone

Modern Secure Phone for VoIP and Analog Networks

The Sectéra® vIPer™ Universal Secure Phone embeds Type 1 encryption to ensure end-to-end protection and SCIP interoperability for secure classified communications. Eliminating the need for multiple desktop phones, the vIPer Phone provides the flexibility to support both VoIP and PSTN/analog networks, voice and data as well as clear and secure calling. In addition, the vIPer supports multiple key-sets for U.S. government sponsored interoperability (e.g., NATO & coalition). The Sectéra vIPer is the only NSA certified secure VoIP phone available for purchase today. 

Request our on-demand webinar Choosing the Right Secure Voice Solution for Modern Infrastructures to learn more about SVoIP vs. VoSIP solutions. 

Dynamic Connections brings over 500 security experts together to discuss and discover how to best secure classified information at the highest level of security to defend against dynamic threats. Register today.

WEBINAR: Go Secure with the only Modern NSA-Certified & ACC-Compliant Solution for Type 1 Secure Conferencing

When matters of national security are on the line, mass-market communications solutions simply won’t cut it. Two of the biggest names in communications — REDCOM and General Dynamics Mission Systems — have partnered to bring to market the only NSA-Certified and ACC-Compliant Solution for High Assurance Secure Voice Conferencing.

This webinar discusses the Sectéra product line, including the Sectéra vIPer Universal Secure Phone and the new REDCOM Sigma SVG-1200, which uses proven the Sectéra vIPer Universal Secure Phone and REDCOM technology to deliver secure multi-party conferencing for red and black networks.

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  • Secure end-to-end voice and data communications 
  • ACC Compliant, modern secure phone
  • Ideal Replacement for STU and STE phones
  • NSA, JITC, TSG and CCSD approved solutions
  • Embedded security — no additional Fortezza card or CIK required
  • Easily switch between analog (PSTN) and VoIP (Cisco Skinny Call Control Protocol [SCCP] or Session Initiation Protocol [SIP]) networks
  • Black Digital Interface (BDI) supports interoperability with SATCOM handsets allowing secure calls anywhere in the world
  • High quality voice and low SATCOM latency
  • Embedded interface for direct connect fiber
  • Low power
  • Precedence and preemption
  • Simple to install, user friendly display
  • Interoperable with all government secure phones, DoD networks and devices (JITC certified), and commercial IP phones (Avaya and Cisco)
  • Soft Modem feature eliminates reliance on v.150 gateways

NEW Integrated Secure Voice Solution: Sectéra vIPer and REDCOM Secure Voice Gateway

Sectéra and REDCOM Laboratories bring to market an integrated Secure Voice Gateway - an ACC-compliant solution for Type 1 secure voice gateways and conferencing system. 

Remote management via GEM® One

GEM One now supports the Sectéra vIPer Phone (R5.2+) allowing users to see and manage both TACLANE and vIPer devices from one location. This capability eases the deployment and management of a dispersed network of vIPer phones. From a central location, Network Administrators can now:

  • View multiple devices and status in one display
  • Manage device network parameters
  • Perform simple software upgrades
  • See on/off hook phone status 

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Non-Secure Call Features
Dialing Corporate Directory (Cisco CUCM Directory - 200 entries)
Speed Dial (10 entries)
Inbound Call List (50 entries)
Outbound Call List (50 entries)
Last Number Redial
Visual Display LCD display with backlight
Time and date (dependent on network)
Footstand adjustment for display angle
Audio Control Selectable ringtone
Headset capable
Volume controls
Hearing Aid compatible
Technical Specifications
Size 10" W x 3" D x 9.5" L (without footstand)
4.5 lbs (with footstand)
285 cubic inches
Power Powered over Ethernet (802.3af) or AC power 110 to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
10.5 Watts maximum power
Environment MIL-STD-810F (temperature, humidity, vibration, shock and altitude
Operational: 0ºC to +50ºC (32ºF to 122ºF)
Storage: –30ºC to +80ºC (–22ºF to +176ºF)
95% Humidity (non-condensing)
Altitude: Sea level up to 40,000 ft. (non-operating)
Sea level up to 10,000 ft. (operating)
Black Interfaces 10/100BaseT to LAN/WAN
10/100BaseT to Black Computer
100Base-FX Fiber Interface
- 1300/1310 nm wavelength LED
- 62.5/125 and 50/125 mm multimode
- LC type connector
USB port
Red Interfaces RS-232 data port for DS-101 key fill and data transfer
USB port
Secure Data Rate 100+ kb/s
Speech Processing Non-secure: G.7111, G.723.12, G.7262, G.729A
Secure: G.729D, MELP
Approvals TEMPEST
Safety: CB Scheme - IEC 62368-1
EMI/EMC:FCC Part 15 subpart B, Class B, EN-55032 (IP modes)
– VIPC Models: PSTN/VoIP approved
– VIPF Models: PSTN/VoIP approved
– VIPC Models: PSTN/SIP approved; SCCP approval pending
– VIPF Model: PSTN/SIP/SCCP approval pending
Secure Dial Transmit/Receive: Yes
VoIP Network Protocol Support Cisco SCCP (Skinny Call Control Protocol)
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)
IPv4, IPv6
SIP Info

Aura Application Server 5300 - MG3000 Gateway5
Avaya Aura Communication Manager (minimum release Aura 6.3 FP4)
G450 Media Gateway (with MP 160 media module)4
C20 Call Session Controller (min release SE17, EXPERiUS 11.2)
SIP Server & Gateway platforms: VX900, VX1200, VX1800 (requires 4.7.4v17 or higher)
SIP Server & Gateway platforms: High Density Exchange (HDX C) SLICE® 2100™ (requires 4.0AR3P8 or higher)

SCCP info Cisco Call Manager3
10.5.2 SU3 and higher recommended
Cisco Routers

2811, 2821, 2851 (requires IOS: 12.4(20)T14 or higher)
2911, 2921, 2951 (requires IOS: 15.1(4)M3 or higher)
3725, 3745 (IOS: 12.4(15)T14 or higher recommended)
3825, 3845 (IOS: 12.4(20)T14 or higher recommended)
3925, 3945 (requires IOS: 15.1(4)M3 or higher)
Certifications NSA Certified for Top Secret/SCI and Below
ACC Compliant
Cisco Gateway Cards NM-HDv2-1 (T1/E1)
NM-HDv2-2 (T1/E1)
VWIC2-1MFT (T1/E1)
VWIC2-2MFT (T1/E1)
1 Both G.711 a-law and G.711 µ-law are supported
2 Not currently supported by Ciscon Call Manager
3 Use of this phone with a Cisco Call Manager System requires an additional license from Cisco
4 Advanced Enterprise Services image required
5 V.150.1 support for V.32 and V.34 modulations

24/7 Customer Support

You are never alone when you partner with General Dynamics to secure your critical information. With over 100,000 deployed NSA-certified encryptors worldwide, General Dynamics is committed to support our customers worldwide with a 24/7 technical Help Desk.

Help Desk — Contact our technical Help Desk 24 hours a day/7 days a week:

Our Infosec support page is designed to make it easy for customers to access the information they need. Please visit for the following support features: 

  • Product Update Notifications — Sign up to receive technical bulletins, upgrade notices and other important product information automatically via E-mail
  • Warranty Status — Enter the serial number of your encryption device to find out the date your warranty or maintenance expires
  • Depot Status— Track your encryptor through the depot
  • Order Status— Track the status of your orders
  • Software Requests — Request Software Upgrades for your TACLANE encryptors, GEM Patches and GEM Lite Software

Protect Your Investment with the Sectéra vIPer Trade-In Program

To assist users with upgrading to a more modern secure phone, General Dynamics is offering the following trade-in programs. Take advantage of these offers if you are looking to trade-in 200 or more STEs or SWT devices in a single order or if you are a current Sectéra vIPer Phone user wanting to upgrade your legacy "VIPC" model vIPers for a new "VIPF" fiber capable model at a discounted rate. Contact your INFOSEC Account Manager, or call 888-897-3148 for details. 


The Differences Between SVoIP and VoSIP Infrastructures

Secure Voice over Internet Protocol (SVoIP) and Voice over Secure Internet Protocol (VoSIP) infrastructures offer modern approaches to secure voice communications, but differ in security, interoperability, flexibility and usability. How do you ensure a secure voice solution? Evaluate this key criteria in our resources below and choose the secure voice solution that's right for your mission.

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