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Comtech Partners With CodeMettle to Support Army’s SATCOM Modernization Drive

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Comtech Partners With CodeMettle to Support Army’s SATCOM Modernization Drive

Atlanta-based CodeMettle has announced a contract from Comtech to support the U.S. Army’s satellite communications upgrade effort.

CodeMettle is expected to provide network operations software for Comtech’s development and testing of Enterprise Digital Intermediate frequency Multi-carrier modems. The Terminus software will support the element management solution of Comtech’s EDIM modem design, CodeMettle said Wednesday.

Terminus, which CodeMettle stated was selected for its user-friendliness and scalability, will be installed with the EDIM modems to facilitate connectivity to multiple Department of Defense networks.

According to CodeMettle Chief Operating Officer Mike Mostow, his company’s software can assist the Pentagon’s efforts to migrate its SATCOM terminals and equipment to a digital intermediate frequency architecture. He added that the project with Comtech will provide the DOD with a modernized user experience.

EDIM is envisioned to become one of the U.S. military’s primary SATCOM modems. According to a press release, Comtech’s product is built with open architecture standards to allow easy integration with various communications systems.

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