Harris Awarded $69 Million Orders for Command and Control System

Harris, an international communications and information technology company, won orders totaling US$69 million from a nation in Asia to support the next phase of a command, control and intelligence system.

Harris will provide an integrated regional C4I infrastructure that will enhance the nation's ability to perform border security, counterterrorism and humanitarian relief operations. The solution provides voice, video and data communication links between front-line peacekeepers and senior command leadership.

"Command, control and intelligence depends on collecting, then communicating, situational awareness information to the right personnel at the right place and time," said Andy Start, President, International Business Unit, Harris RF Communications. "Harris is providing an end-to-end solution based on our portfolio of interoperable tactical communication products and embedded information security. Enabled by enhanced bandwidth, our system will provide advanced mission applications to address the customers' needs."
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