Cambridge to Help Army Update IP Router Network

Cambridge International SystemsCambridge International Systems will help the U.S. Army work to increase the branch’s Internet Protocol transport router network from 10 gigabits to 100 gigabits.

The Defense Information Systems Agency awarded a potential three-year, $30 million task order to Cambridge for the work under the Global Information Grid Services and Management-Engineering, Transition and Implementation vehicle, Cambridge said Wednesday.

This is the company’s second GSM-ETI award as one of seven prime contractors that are competing for task orders under the multiple-award vehicle.

Cambridge will also help the Army install a new Joint Regional Security Stack architecture and transition 400 circuits to support Fort Detrick’s Defense Information Systems Network Service Delivery Node for the Joint Information Environment.

The company has partnered with AT&T Government Solutions to carry out the task order.

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