CONCORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technical Communications Corporation (NasdaqCM: TCCO) today announced that it received a $3.3 million contract from the Government of Egypt for the company’s DSD 72A-SP military bulk encryption systems, training and support. Delivery of the equipment and training services are expected during the first nine months of TCC’s 2015 fiscal year.
Carl H. Guild Jr., President and CEO of Technical Communications Corporation, commented, “We are pleased that our customer has, once again, selected TCC systems to secure its military communications network. We believe the combination of our quality systems, commitment to meeting unique requirements, and full lifecycle services have fostered this longstanding relationship. We also expect follow-on sales as our customer continues to expand its network.”
The DSD 72A-SP is a member of TCC’s network encryption family. It provides strategic-level security for data signals in demanding environments and covers a broad range of network interfaces. Critical applications such as missile firing commands, emergency military telephone networks, and command and control networks are protected today by the DSD 72A-SP.
Other highlights of TCC’s data encryption portfolio include the Cipher X® 7211 IP encryption system with robust flexibility, scalable performance and ease of use. For optical networks, TCC offers the DSD 72B-SP SONET/SDH encryption interoperable family for industrial, rugged industrial and military environments.
About Technical Communications Corporation
For over 50 years, TCC has specialized in superior-grade secure communications systems and customized solutions, supporting our CipherONE® best-in-class criteria, to protect highly sensitive voice, data and video transmitted over a wide range of networks. Government entities, military agencies and corporate enterprises in 115 countries have selected TCC's proven security to protect their communications. Learn more: www.tccsecure.com
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