Today BringCom, Inc., a leader in supplying innovative communications technologies announced that it has been awarded new contracts by international carriers and private companies for the provision of fiber optic connectivity and sustainment services from Europe and the Middle East to North East Africa for Governmental requirements. Funded booking additions will total $8,200,000 in additional revenue over the next year with negotiated but unfunded additions totaling $29,000,000 over the next five years. These contracts utilize BringCom’s extensive local partnerships in the Africa and Middle Eastern regions as the contracts include connectivity, construction of in country facilities and continuing maintenance activities by BringCom’s satellite and fiber network capable 7X24X365 Network Operations Centers (NOC) in both the United States and Djibouti.
These contracts are in additional to the $24,300,000 in long term satellite/fiber optic connectivity and sustainment awards for the East Africa region that BringCom announced in 2011 which are still in service.
“BringCom is very pleased to be able to announce the addition of$37,200,000 in new contracts and demonstrate the success of its efforts to be the reliable provider of carrier grade fiber optic and satellite services to international customers in the East Africa and Middle Eastern telecommunications markets,” said Fabrice Langreney, President and CEO of BringCom. “The award of these additional contacts from very demanding international Customers is validation of BringCom’s strategy and investment in the region as well as a reflection of the dedication of BringCom’s staff and partners in meeting and exceeding the needs of its Customers in very demanding telecommunication applications.”