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Enterprise IT, News - Friday, April 4, 2014 16:30 - 0 Comments
news SingTel subsidiary Optus this morning revealed it had inked a $19.5 million contract with the Department of Defence, extending its current relationship in delivering managed professional satellite services to the Department for four years until mid-2018.
According to the telco, the new agreement builds upon Optus’ satellite engagement with the Department since the launch of the Optus C1 satellite in 2003. The department will utilise its existing satellite payload and capability on C1 to support its Australian and regional operations.
Paul Sheridan, Vice President of Optus Satellite, said, “Today’s announcement reaffirms Optus’ position as Australia’s leading satellite operator. We’re proud of our role in continuing to support the Department of Defence in its satellite communications requirements.” Continue…
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