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Randy Fuerst: Oceus Xiphos Cited for LTE 4G Capabilities in Emergency-Response Situations, Battlefield

Randy Fuerst
Randy Fuerst

TYSONS CORNER, VA July 30, 2015 — Randy Fuerst, president and CEO of Oceus Networks, said the company’s Xiphos 4G broadband offering has been named a 2015 LTE Visionary Award recipient by the Mobility Techzone website, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

“[The company is] proud that Xiphos has once again been recognized for its expansive 4G LTE capabilities and ability to optimize secure, mobile communications and situational awareness for first responders, soldiers and tactical teams on the move, ” Fuerst, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2015,  said Tuesday.

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