Comtech provides sustainment services for US Army satellite terminals

5 June 2018 (Last Updated June 5th, 2018 13:07)

Comtech Telecommunications has secured $13.8m in additional funding from the US Army for the delivery of ongoing sustainment services for personnel in the field.

Comtech Telecommunications has secured $13.8m in additional funding from the US Army for the delivery of ongoing sustainment services for personnel in the field.

The additional funding has been received by Comtech’s Command & Control Technologies group, which is part of the company’s Government Solutions segment, during its third quarter of fiscal year (FY) 2018.

Under the deal, the company will provide ongoing sustainment services for the on-field army personnel who require quick and mobile satellite communication terminals.

"Our commitment to support our warfighters remains a top priority, and we are pleased that the US Army continues to put their trust in Comtech to perform this important work."

Comtech Telecommunications president and chief executive officer Fred Kornberg said: “We are pleased to provide sustainment services for our US Army customer.

“Our commitment to support our warfighters remains a top priority, and we are pleased that the US Army continues to put their trust in Comtech to perform this important work.”

Comtech Telecommunications’ Command & Control Technologies group focuses on delivering mission-critical, highly mobile command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions.

Recently, the Command & Control Technologies group received orders, with a total value of $14.2m, during its third quarter of FY 2018 to deliver satellite terminals and networking equipment to the US Army.

Comtech Telecommunications focuses on designing, developing, manufacturing and marketing latest products, systems and services for advanced communications solutions, and sells its products to a varied customer base in the global commercial and government communications markets.