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Saab, Tactical Communications Group to Collaborate on C4I Products, Expand Market Reach

Saab and Massachusetts-based Tactical Communications Group have signed a letter of intent to leverage Saab’s command and control products and capabilities with TCG’s comprehensive tactical data link solutions to expand each company’s market share in global defense market segments.

The companies aim to quickly bring innovative new C4I solutions to market by more closely collaborating on technical, marketing and business development initiatives.

“We are very excited to expand our relationship with Saab, and look forward to collaborating extensively with them in bringing new air, naval and land product offerings to market globally, leveraging the considerable capabilities of TCG’s LinkPro data link processing engine, combined with Saab’s superior C2 system offerings. Saab’s excellence in product innovation and laser focus on customer satisfaction will continue to serve them well as they expand globally, and we are very pleased to work more closely with Saab, ” said Edward Durkin, president and CEO of TCG.

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