Ovzon, through its partner Intelsat General Communications (IGC), has received a new SATCOM-as-a-Service order from the U.S. Department of Defense (U.S. DoD) for expanded access to the Ovzon global satellite network. The one-year order represents the second major expansion of the U.S. DoD’s use of Ovzon’s high-performance solution in the last 60 days. 

This order further expands the U.S. DoD’s ability to service and support critical operations around the world with the industry’s highest satellite throughput service to the smallest terminals. Ovzon’s complete, fully managed end-to-end SATCOM-as-a-Service provides government and commercial users with unmatched performance in terms of data throughput, mobility, security and resiliency. As with Ovzon’s recent order from the U.S. DoD in June of this year, this new order will allow users to deploy their existing inventory of Ovzon’s advanced terminals in even more locations around the world. Ovzon terminals include both “On the Move” and “On the Pause” solutions, with the Ovzon T6 terminal being the latest addition to our advanced mobility product offerings: an ultra-small, simple-to-use, lightweight and rugged satellite terminal.

“This order solidifies the U.S. DoD’s continued confidence in Ovzon by a customer with very demanding requirements, and we remain 100% focused on meeting their expectations for performance, delivery and innovation.  We are grateful and honored for the trust placed in us by the U.S. DoD and will continue to make every effort to deepen that trust.” says Per Norén, CEO of Ovzon.

This information is information that Ovzon AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the (EU) 596/2014 Market Abuse Regulation. The information in this press release has been published through the agency of the contact persons set out below, at the time stated by Ovzon AB’s (publ) news distributor Cision, upon publication of this press release.

For further information please contact:
Per Norén, CEO, pno@ovzon.com, +1 206 931 7232

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