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Citrix Completes 1500 WANScaler WIN-T Bandwidth Optimizers for US Army

citrixCitrix Systems Inc. has delivered more than 1, 500 of its satellite bandwidth optimization systems in support of General Dynamics’ contract for the U.S. Army’s Warfighter Information Network-Tactical initiative.  Citrix’s WANScaler technology is designed to optimize satellite bandwidth for the WIN-T, the Army’s advanced Sattelite Communications Network connecting deployed soldiers to the Global Information Grid and other networks.

Tom Simmons

Tom Simmons, Citrix Federal area vice president said in a staement, “This solution enables the Army to provide its forward-deployed soldiers with real-time applications and information via their existing tactical networks.”  He added, “We’re proud and honored to support the mission of WIN-T and the warfighters it serves.”

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