The award of this very important subcontract is an excellent way to celebrate our 50th year in business. We are very excited about this opportunity and we look forward to delivering solutions that exceed the expectations of our prime contractor SAIC as well as the NASA centers we support.
SANTA MARIA, Calif. (PRWEB) March 10, 2020
Quintron Systems, Inc. (quintron.com), the global provider of mission critical voice systems and control center support solutions, is pleased to announce that SAIC under the NASA Integrated Communications Services (NICS) contract has awarded Quintron the NASA Mission Next Generation Voice (MNGV) subcontract. The MNGV subcontract has a 5-year period of performance to replace existing voice systems at multiple NASA centers with standardized customizable voice solutions. Quintron’s Digital Integrated Communications Electronic System (DICES) VoIP system was selected for its competitive pricing and best value technical solution. Under the MNGV subcontract, Quintron will provide for the design, acquisition, development, integration, test, and delivery of all hardware, firmware, and software components which comprise the MNGV system configurations for each NASA center.
“Quintron is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year. The award of this very important subcontract is an excellent way to celebrate our 50th year in business,” said Dominick Barry, Quintron’s President. “We are very excited about this opportunity and we look forward to delivering solutions that exceed the expectations of our prime contractor SAIC as well as the NASA centers we support.”
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