Contracts

Block MEMSHas been awarded a contract from Johns Hopkins University in support of the Department of Defense (DoD) intelligence community. The agreement calls for Block MEMS to develop and supply miniaturized, handheld versions of its battery operated Portable Hazard Observation System (PORTHOS).
NuWaves EngineeringHas been selected by NASA to design and manufacture prototypes for the High Efficiency Switching Power Amplifiers for Earth Radar Observation Systems (HESPEROS) program. Terms of the contract were not released.
Sumner AssociatesHas secured $533,000 in new contracts with the Department of Energy (DoE) which will be realized in 2012, with potential for additional new orders up to $3.7 million. These contracts are in support of the US Strategic Weapons Program; Sumner Associates will be providing scientific and technical expertise.
Siemens and BoeingHave been awarded a funded project by the US Department of Defense (DoD) Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP). The Siemens-Boeing strategic alliance, which also includes the University of California, Berkeley and KEMA Services Inc., will be implementing intelligent energy-management solutions.
Widespread Corp.The company's iSYS subsidiary has been awarded a contract to provide telecommunications audit services to the state of Nevada. The four-year contract is valued at up to $10 million.
AT&TIs collaborating with the Emergency Communications Department of Hardin County, TN to deploy a microDATA next-generation 911-call-handling solution. This complements a larger contract AT&T has with the State of Tennessee to roll out an Emergency Services Internet protocol-based network (ESInet), intended to route and deliver 911 calls.
LincorIn conjunction with its local partner, Emitac, the company has secured a contract to install its MEDIVista bedside computers at the Oasis Hospital in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. The MEDIVista system is fully integrated with clinical, picture archiving, and hospital management systems.
EXFOHas received a multi-million-dollar order from an undisclosed wireless system vendor. This order is for an simulator solution that covers the Long-Term Evolution (LTE), Second- Generation (2G), Third-Generation (3G) and code-division-multiple- access (CDMA) domains.

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