DataPath to supply satellite terminals for Marine Corps SWAN networking program

DULUTH, Ga., 6 Oct. 2007. DataPath Inc. in Duluth, Ga., won $8.7 million in U.S. Marine Corps. orders for the Support Wide Area Network (SWAN), an IP-based communications system that uses commercial satellite terminals, network baseband equipment, wireless systems, software and support personnel to provide communications for forward-deployed Marines.

Oct 7th, 2007

DULUTH, Ga., 6 Oct. 2007. DataPath Inc. in Duluth, Ga., won $8.7 million in U.S. Marine Corps. orders for the Support Wide Area Network (SWAN), an IP-based communications system that uses commercial satellite terminals, network baseband equipment, wireless systems, software and support personnel to provide communications for forward-deployed Marines.

DataPath will upgrade VSAT fly-away systems and satellite transportable terminals, spares, and training programs. SWAN delivers mission-critical communications such as surveillance video from unmanned aerial vehicles and data support services.

The contracting authority for the SWAN delivery orders is Program Manager WIN-T's Commercial SATCOM Terminal Program at the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command in Fort Monmouth, N.J.

For more information contact DataPath online at www.datapath.com.

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