Government Technology Featured Article
August 28, 2012
Globecomm Wins Multiple Infrastructure Contracts Valued at $5.9M from U.S. Gov't Agencies
By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributor
The company is one of the premier providers in satellite-based managed network solutions.
"These contracts demonstrate Globecomm's wide array of capabilities from engineering concept and design, technology refresh, WGS certification thru ongoing product sustainment,” said Michael Plourde, VP of Government Programs for Globecomm. “Globecomm is committed to providing our customers the communications services they need to keep them operating today and into the future."
Under the terms of the contract, Globecomm will be providing government agencies with hardware, software and associated engineering services. These include WGS-certified Summit X band field terminals, featuring AxxSys Orion Monitor and Control Software; Gateway (News - Alert) Terminal Technology Refresh, including solid state amplifier hardware and AxxSys Orion software; and Life Cycle Support services, which feature spares, training and installation support.
Globecomm expects to complete each of these contracts within the fourth quarter of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013.
Globecomm Systems, Inc. provides its customers worldwide with advanced satellite-based managed network solutions. Through the years, the company has gained extensive expertise within the field of emerging communication technologies, enabling it to develop a robust portfolio of system integration and system products, as well as network services delivered as complete end-to-end solution.
The company's solutions are currently leveraged by customers within the United States, Europe, South America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
Globecomm Systems currently maintains regional offices in the U.S in Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia, as well as across the Netherlands, South Africa, Hong Kong, Germany, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and Afghanistan.
Edited by Braden Becker
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