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  • romangerasch romangerasch Feb 20, 2013 9:13 AM Flag

    LGS Innovations Receives $49 Million Award with U.S. Army Main Communications Facility

    ALU serve the U.S. Army while the Chinese Players hack the U.S.....

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    • Next Contract. Small, but it seems that LGS is finally a Source of Revenue for ALU

      Alcatel Lucent SA : LGS Innovations Wins $14.1 Million Award to Update Fort Leonard Wood Data Network

      New IP-Based Network Supports Army Center of Excellence

      LGS Innovations?, an independent subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE and Euronext Paris: ALU), has been awarded a contract worth $14.1 million to transition the U.S. Army's Fort Leonard Wood to a digital Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) data system. Fort Leonard Wood is a primary center for all Department of Defense (DoD) training for earthmoving, truck driving, civil support, and CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) First Responders. It also houses the U.S. Army Engineer School, its CBRN School, and the Army Military Police School, as well as the 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade. Between 85,000 and 90,000 military and civilian personnel are trained annually at Fort Leonard Wood.

      The modernization effort brings a VoIP solution to the facility with 25,000 universal RTU licenses and the ability to expand to as many as 36,000 RTU, if needed.

      "This is a great opportunity for LGS to help modernize this important military installation," said LGS Innovations CEO Kevin Kelly. "By modernizing to a digital data system, Fort Leonard Wood will be able to take advantage of all of the benefits of greater bandwidth, data speeds, and rich media capabilities for its mission."

      LGS selected an Avaya LSC solution for the Fort Leonard Wood VoIP application as a natural transition from the existing Nortel SL100. The solution, based on an Avaya Communication Manager 6 (CM6) unified communications system, provides a resilient, distributed network of gateways with analog, digital, and IP-based communication devices. In addition, CM6 provides robust Public Branch Exchange (PBX) features, high reliability and scalability, and multi-protocol support. It includes advanced mobility features, built-in conference calling, contact center applications, and E911 capabilities

      Alcatel Lucent SA : LGS Innovations Wins $14.1 Million Award to Update Fort Leonard Wood Data Network

    • $49 mil? Big effing deal!

    • Alcatel-Lucent unit awarded $49M contract with U.S. Army's MCF

      GS Innovations, an independent subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, announced it has been awarded a contract worth just over $49M to upgrade the U.S. Army’s Main Communications Facility in Southwest Asia. LGS was selected as the exclusive contractor to engineer, furnish, install, test, and secure the Army’s extensive network, transmission, and voice infrastructure in Southwest Asia as part of the Department of Defense’s IMOD initiative. The company has also been tasked to execute a critical cutover of transmission circuits as well as design, develop, furnish, and install a virtualized infrastructure to accommodate the migration of servers and their applications from existing facilities to the MCF.

 
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