Tag Archives: Voice

Harris Antenna Reflector Pair Deployed on Fifth Navy MUOS Satellite

A pair of Harris-made unfurlable mesh antenna reflectors deployed Oct. 30 on board the fifth U.S. Navy Mobile User Objective System satellite built by Lockheed Martin. Harris said Tuesday the antennas are the ninth and tenth reflectors the company developed for the military branch’s MUOS constellation to support new satellite functions and legacy operations. Last week, Lockheed announced it …

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Tim Meehan: CenturyLink Adds GENBAND Application Server to Networx Offerings

CenturyLink has added GENBAND-built application server products to its General Services Administration Networx telecommunications contract. GENBAND’s Experius server works to provide multimedia communications applications and integrate voice, video, instant messaging, presence, mobility, conferencing and collaboration tools networks and devices, CenturyLink said Thursday. Tim Meehan, senior vice president and general manager of CenturyLink’s federal government …

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Raytheon Receives Clearance for FAB-T Low-Rate Initial Production; Scott Whatmough Comments

Raytheon will kick off the low-rate initial production of communications terminals under the U.S. Air Force’s Family of Advanced Beyond Line of Sight Terminal program after obtaining clearance from the service branch. The company will manufacture airborne and ground terminal variants and spares, and perform training, installation and logistics support, Raytheon said …

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Navy Taps Capstone for CNIC IT Support Task Order

Capstone has received a task order to continue its Tier II information technology services to the Commander, Navy Installations Command’s headquarters. The Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk’s Philadelphia office awarded the task order to Capstone through CNIC’s Program Management Oversight Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award contract, Capstone said Sunday. The contract covers …

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Mutualink, IP Access International Form Emergency Comms Alliance; Mark Hatten Comments

Mutualink and IP Access International have partnered to jointly offer a new emergency communications service intended to help customers meet public safety and critical infrastructure mission requirements. The offering was developed as a collaboration tool for agencies, their partners and critical infrastructure organizations during disasters via voice, video and data communications, Mutualink …

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Kay Kapoor: AT&T to Work With FDIC IT Division on Data, Voice Networking Services Contract

An AT&T business unit will provide managed network connectivity services to Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. offices throughout the U.S. under a $12 million contract. AT&T Government Solutions — the telecommunications company’s federal business organization — will support private wide area networks and voice communications at 95 FDIC locations nationwide, AT&T said Thursday. Kay Kapoor, …

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Harris Wins Falcon Voice, Data Radio Orders

Harris Corp. has won $12 million in orders from two African countries for Falcon tactical radio systems and field support, Florida Today reports. The company won the orders for the Falcon III RF-7800V VHF and Falcon II RF-5800H HF tactical radio systems during the first quarter of its 2013 fiscal …

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Exelis Updates SpearNet Radio For September Software Release

ITT Exelis has updated its handheld radio systems to increase data transfer speeds and work during network slowdowns, the company announced Monday. The SpearNet systems atransfer voice, data and video through an ad hoc network system. Existing users will perform upgrades through a software download starting in late September. Exelis …

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Iridium Expanding Tech Business To Russia; Matt Desch Comments

Iridium Communications Inc.’s Russian division has received government approval to operate commercially in that country, the company announced Monday. Service will go live by the second quarter of 2012 after the company completes technical licensing requirements. CEO Matt Desch said the company expects to attract at least 40 percent of …

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