We are excited to bring world-class 5G solutions to the U.S. government.
RESTON, Va. (PRWEB) November 09, 2020
Oceus Networks is pleased to announce they have been awarded a 5G Cell on Light Truck (CoLT) subcontract from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), which will be used to support research and development for OUSD (R&E). The initial order is for $21 million with options to provide a total of $32 million in equipment and services.
Under the subcontract, Oceus Networks, along with key partner Ericsson, will build 5G test systems for 5G applications. As part of the project, Oceus will deploy Ericsson’s Release 15 3GPP standards-based 5G Core cloud native software enabling standalone 5G, along with 5G New Radio (NR) hardware and software, which fulfill mission-critical grade service requirements. Each system will have specified frequency bands to test the full spectrum in 5G implementations.
Oceus Networks’ Executive Chairman Brad Antle states: “We are excited to bring world-class 5G solutions to the U.S. government.” Jeff Harman, President of Oceus Networks, adds: “This award builds on our legacy of providing the best-in-class mobile communication platforms to extend communications to the tactical edge.”
Oceus Networks’ initial delivery for the project will be seven CoLTs configured to test a variety of 5G use cases. Engineering and design for the systems will be conducted out of Oceus Networks’ Plano Lab facilities. The Plano Labs facility specializes in configurations of 5G systems in several form factors and will lead this deliverable. Each CoLT is uniquely configured to test the various bands of spectrum from FR1 to FR2 frequency ranges. Oceus Networks will provide training on how to operate the systems along with providing field support and warranty to sustain the systems.
About Oceus Networks
Oceus Networks’ team of former U.S. military and telecommunications specialists works to solve the unique communication and data challenges in a wide range of combat, austere, and emergency response situations. We develop, integrate, and customize technology for delivering access to fast, reliable broadband connectivity in mission-critical operations. Our large-scale private cellular networks can be deployed rapidly and efficiently in environments where communications infrastructure is inadequate, damaged, or non-existent. As a Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C5ISR) hardware and software solutions integrator and provider, our capabilities extend even further than our deep cellular expertise.
To find out more, visit http://www.oceusnetworks.com.