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Rene LaVigne on New Contract, Working with TANDBERG

Iron Bow Technologies, formerly Apptis Technology Solutions  has been selected to provide a secure and reliable high-definition video collaboration solution to the United States Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT).

Working in partnership with TANDBERG (OSLO: TAA), now part of Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), the implementation will enable multiple distant end-users at multiple sites to communicate securely using video. Iron Bow recently successfully deployed similar configurations and project plans at the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) and the U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM). The combined value to Iron Bow of the three implementations is nearly $6 million.

“Unified Communications, specifically high-definition video collaboration, has become an integral part of the mission-critical communication needs of the military, ” said Rene LaVigne, President and Chief Executive Officer for Iron Bow Technologies. “At Iron Bow Technologies, we’re committed to partnering with top vendors such as Cisco to select the most appropriate and best-of-breed UC applications and network technologies for each implementation, all while maintaining a sharp focus on the customer’s mission.”

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