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Harris Secures Int’l Comm System Deal

Harris (NYSE: HRS) won a $10 million deal to provide a secure tactical networked communication system to an unnamed international government to support security.

According to the firm, “the system integrates technology from the company’s tactical radio and public safety and professional communications businesses.”

“Harris leveraged its traditional defense communications and public safety and professional communications expertise to create this unique solution, ” said Andy Start, president, international business unit, Harris RF Communications.  “This system will promote interoperable communications both within and across individual jurisdictions, such as first responder agencies and federal forces, allowing for improved operational planning, command and control and mission success.”

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