Harris Corporation bags $12 million order for IT infrastructure upgrade at U.S. Air Force


Harris Corporation announced that it was awarded four
contracts worth a total of over $12 million by the U.S. Air Force’s Electronic
Systems Center through the Cyber Integration Division, Information Transport
Systems Program Management Office.  


Under the contracts, Harris will
install core IT infrastructure upgrades through extensive cabling and
networking components at the four U.S. Air Force bases.  These bases
include: Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana; Creech Air Force Base, Nevada;
Randolph Air Force Base, Texas; and Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma.


“Harris Corporation’s selection was based on our
cost-effective solution and strong past performance integrating active duty,
reserve, and Air National Guard units into a single network
infrastructure,” said John Heller, president, Harris IT Services.  


The Harris team includes subcontractor Trans-Tel Central,
Inc.  The projects were awarded under the Network-Centric Solutions
(NETCENTS) contract vehicle.


In IT Services, Harris designs, deploys and operates
customer-centric, secure communication systems and information networks with
optimal reliability and affordability for high-profile customers in government
and commercial markets.  


Well-credentialed professionals deliver expertise in
Program Management, Enterprise Services Management and Information Assurance


Harris Corporation recently introduced
the Harris MBC-100 mobile subscriber device for high-bandwidth applications
over 700 MHz LTE networks.  


The MBC-100 provides first responders with the capability
for simultaneous use of high-bandwidth mobile applications, including secure
streaming live video feeds, access to public safety databases, mobile
productivity applications and geo-location information.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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