SatMAX has reportedly signed a new reseller agreement with Houston-based TLC Engineering, Inc.. for its advanced communications system.
The SatMAX product allows users to quickly and easily make fully wireless, satellite voice and data communications available from any non-line-of-sight location.
TLC, the winner of a United States General Services Administration contract, will offer the SatMAX line of satellite communications extenders to U.S. governmental departments and agencies.
SatMAX is a global provider of wireless, non-line-of-sight satellite communications products and services to the ground-based satellite communications industry. Through this contract, its products will also be offered to the First Responder agencies.
TLC has also signed contracts for disaster recovery and relief for a major region of the Gulf Coast. It is responsible for areas in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Tony Council, CEO of TLC Engineering, said that SatMAX is a good product for TLC’s first responder and disaster recovery client base.
The company expects strong customer support for SatMAX, Council said.
TLC is also serving a number of federal agencies and local governmental companies throughout the Gulf Coast region, including FEMA, the City of Houston, and the Houston Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
SatMAX is set to benefit from the successful marketing effort of TLC that is serving such as large customer base and the emergency market.
The company recently inked a reseller deal with GlobaFone, a Portsmouth, N.H.-based satellite communications service provider. This agreement has included SatMAX’s patented satellite communications extender equipment in the United States General Services Administration, or “GSA (News - Alert),” schedule 70 program.
Last week, SatMAX also delivered an order for additional satellite communications antennae to ITT Corporation, a high-technology engineering and manufacturing company operating all across the world.Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri