AT&T will be able to provide mobility solutions, services and devices to the Navy, thanks to a recently secured contract.
The company is among carriers awarded contracts worth up to $993 million over five years. AT&T can now compete to supply technologies to the Marine Corps and the Navy.
Connectivity solutions that will be available to the Navy include fleet management and asset management solutions to help with efficiency, safety and costs as well as solutions that can support water, energy and lighting management; public safety operations; perimeter security; transportation and more through solutions that pair AT&T’s network with internet of things sensors.
“This contract underscores the U.S. Navy’s commitment to modernize its forces,” said Mike Leff, vice president-Defense, AT&T Public Sector. “As a government-wide acquisition contract, it supports purchasing efficiencies for Department of Defense and civilian government agencies when they buy our innovative advanced technology solutions.”