SolaCom Awarded Communications Contract with DND

SolaCom Awarded Communications Contract with DND System will provide remote, two-way voice communications for Canadian Coastal Radar units GATINEAU, QC, Canada June 13, 2008 - SolaCom Technologies, a communications solution company that enables interoperability over any network infrastructure, announced that it has been awarded a contract by the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) to deliver an interface to the Radio Communications System (RCS) for the Canadian Coastal Radar (CCR).
A privately held corporation headquartered in Canada's national capital region, SolaCom Technologies, Inc. has acquired more than 25 years of knowledge and experience engineering some of the world's most reliable critical communication systems. With the structure and broad expertise to execute customized solutions into a powerful set of communication tools, SolaCom enables interoperability over any network infrastructure in air traffic control, homeland security, public networks, military C4I, marine communication, emergency response, and other mission-critical applications. For further information Antonio Cassandra (613) 693-0641 x297
The Department of National Defence had a requirement and needed to obtain a scalable, upgradeable, open-architecture interface for the RCS that would accommodate their CCR sites, and their Tactical Control Radar Units. SolaCom was selected to manufacture and test a system for the department. The system will provide Canadian Air Defence Sector (CADS) operators with the means to operate a two-way communication system from a remote location. SolaCom looks forward to working with the Department of National Defence on this project and to demonstrate how it can meet the distinct operational requirements of the DND said Mike Walker, ATC Business Development Manager. Our customers can expect a cost-effective, user-focused approach to design that also takes into account any unique conditions a system might entail.
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