Hello, Guest!

Defense and Intelligence

US Army Seeks Companies Capable of Supporting Test Network Modernization

Wireless network

US Army Seeks Companies Capable of Supporting Test Network Modernization

The U.S. Army is conducting market research to identify businesses capable of meeting the requirements of the Test Enterprise Network Modernization II initiative.

TENM2 comprises three projects: test network modernization, fiber modernization for the Army Test and Evaluation Command, and future wireless network development.

The projects will replace legacy equipment and provide ATEC with upgraded network bandwidth to address challenges in streaming and transmitting high volume of data during mutidomain live, virtual and constructive distributed testing and accelerate moving data into the cloud, according to a notice posted on SAM .gov.

Responses to the request for information are due July 26.

Wireless networks are planned for installation at ATEC subordinate organizations, including Aberdeen Proving Ground, Redstone Arsenal and Yuma Proving Ground. The Army will post three separate RFIs to specify the requirements and use cases for each organization.

Interested parties may request to visit the sites to provide well-articulated and detailed technical solutions in their capabilities statement submissions.

Potomac Officers Club Logo
Sign up for Potomac Officers Club's daily briefing
Receive updates on events and relevant news