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C4ISR | Contracts - Awards | General Dynamics | IT - Networks & Bandwidth | New Systems Tech | Power Projection | USA

$7M to Begin VoIP at 2 Key U.S. Sites

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On April 21, 2005, Did noted that the U.S. Defense Department was moving closer to Voice-Over-IP (VoIP) for its telecommunications needs, expanding its control over this area and potentially reducing costs. Now General Dynamics Network Systems has been chosen by the U.S. Army to modernize communications and data network infrastructure at two of the Army's strategic Power Projection Platform sites, Fort Drum, NY, and Fort Lewis, WA. The work is valued at approximately $7 million....

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