ASHBURN, Va., May 20 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army has contracted Telos Corp. to support the Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program with network-centric technologies.
U.S. company Telos was awarded the deal as part of the a Network-Centric Solutions, or NETCENTS, contract vehicle. Telos says it will supply the I3MP with secured wireless data technologies at Fort Irwin in California for the contract.
The Army says the Telos is part of an effort to support the National Training Center at Ft. Irwin with next-generation NETCENTS technologies.
"This secure solution will provide our Army customer with the capability to reach back to network resources from difficult to reach locations such as motor pool maintenance, deployment and training areas," Winston Payne, Telos program manager, said in a statement.