C-Com Gets $2 Million Worth of Orders from Russia, the Middle East and Europe
Nov 15, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
C-Com Satellite Systems Inc., a global provider of mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, has announced that it has recently received $2,000,000 worth of new orders for its iNetVu mobile antenna products from Russia, Europe and the Middle East.
In a release, the Company noted details of the orders:
The orders from Russia are in addition to the $1.5 million worth of orders announced in August. The iNetVu mobile antennas will be used for emergency and disaster management as well as for security.
These new orders include the recently announced rapid deployable new generation technology Airline Checkable and the Flyaway iNetVu antenna systems. The majority of the revenue from these orders is expected to be booked in the 4th quarter of this fiscal year.
"It is gratifying to see repeat orders from our resellers for both legacy and newly announced technologically advanced products. Our resellers and their customers appreciate the high quality, reliability and cost effectiveness of our iNetVu mobile antennas. A large number of C-Com antennas are already deployed across Russia, Europe and the Middle East, and perform flawlessly even under the most adverse climatic conditions.
We are also seeing a resurgence of new orders from the MENA region, where C-Com has a number of active resellers who have been selling our products to the oil and gas industry and to the military." said Leslie Klein, President and CEO of C-Com.
C-Com said it is also now reporting the completion of delivery of the final balance of $1,070,000 worth of iNetVu mobile antennas to one of its Asian resellers. This contract (worth $2.3 million) was announced last fiscal year, but due to customer requested delays the order could not be finalized until now..
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