(By Balaseshan) Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (NASDAQ:CMTL) said its subsidiary received a $1.2 million modem order from a government systems integrator to support U.S. Government satellite network.
Comtech EF Data Corp. was awarded a $1.2 million order, which specified SLM-5650A Satellite Modems that would be deployed by the U.S. Government to support a satellite-based communications network.
The SLM-5650A Satellite Modem is compliant with the strict requirements defined in MIL STD-188-165A, modem types I, II, IV, V and VI for applications on DSCS, WGS and commercial satellites.
Advanced features are available for the SLM-5650A Satellite Modem, including a Network Processor module, integration with the Vipersat Management System for fully automated network and capacity management, and an AES-256 TRANSEC module that is validated to the FIPS-140-2 NIST standard.
Comtech EF Data's advanced communication solutions encompass the Advanced VSAT Solutions, Modems, RAN & WAN Optimization, Managed Bandwidth and RF products.
The solutions enable commercial and government users to reduce operating expenditure/capital expenditure and to increase throughput for fixed and mobile/transportable satellite-based applications.
CMTL is trading down 0.04% at $28.50 on Wednesday. The stock has been trading between $24.04 and $35.65 for the past 52 weeks.