General Dynamics Completes IPWireless Buy; Chris Marzilli Comments

General Dynamics has completed its acquisition of broadband wireless provider IPWireless Inc. for an undisclosed amount, the company announced today.

General Dynamics renamed IPWireless to General Dynamics Broadband, which will operate as a subsidiary of General Dynamics’ C4 systems unit.

The subsidiary will provide networking solutions to military and public safety customers who are moving to broadband public safety networks such as the FirstNet nationwide interoperable broadband network, said Chris Marzilli, C4 unit president.

General Dynamics will continue to work with existing industry partners and customers to address public safety communication system needs nationwide.

The subsidiary manufactures 3G and 4G long term evolution wireless broadband network components and user devices for end-to-end systems to provide first responders and mobile users with access to data and applications.

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