Comtech Awarded $4 Million Contract Renewal with Channel Partner


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Comtech Telecommunications Corp., a global leading provider of next-generation 911 emergency systems and secure wireless communications technologies, announced that during its fourth quarter of fiscal 2021, its Location Technologies group, a division of Comtech’s Commercial Solutions segment, was awarded a $4.0 million maintenance renewal agreement with a channel partner to continue to provide messaging application support for a U.S. tier-one mobile network operator. 

“We are pleased to continue working with this customer of over 20 years to supply reliable text messaging services,” said Fred Kornberg, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Comtech Telecommunications Corp. “Our commitment to this customer sustained the exponential growth in demand throughout the pandemic. We remain dedicated to providing the highest level of service even in the most challenging of times.”

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