Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (NASDAQ: CMTL) announced that, during the firm's third quarter of fiscal year 2020, its Mission-Critical Technologies group, which is part of Comtech’s Government Solutions segment, was awarded orders consisting of $1.6 million of additional funding on the previously announced three-year $124.2 million contract to provide ongoing sustainment services for the AN/TSC-198A SNAP (Secret Internet Protocol Router (“SIPR”) and Non-classified Internet Protocol Router (“NIPR”) Access Point), and baseband equipment.
SNAP terminals provide quick and mobile satellite communications capabilities to personnel in the field. The contract has been funded $88.6 million to date.
Fred Kornberg, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Comtech Telecommunications Corp., said the company is pleased that the U.S. Army has chosen to continue to fund the sustainment and technical refresh of the firm's SNAP hardware. The U.S. Army depends on the sustainability of these advanced communication solutions and we are pleased that they have chosen our reliable communications systems for their missions.
The Mission-Critical Technologies group is focused on ensuring its customers are able to successfully carry out their mission, whether that be communicating in an austere environment on land or at sea, launching or tracking a satellite, or protecting the cyber security posture of their network.