Nomad GCS and Kymeta Government Solutions Join Forces to Bring COTM to Mobile Command Centers and Communication Vehicles

Kymeta-the communications company making good on the promise of global, mobile connectivity-and Nomad Global Communication Systems (GCS)-a leading provider of mobile operations solutions for agencies and businesses with remote communication needs-announced their partnership to deliver end-to-end, seamless, mobile connectivity for defense, public safety, first response, utility, and private sector customers.

Nomad will continue to lead innovation in the connected mobile operations center market by offering Kymeta KyWay terminals, KyWay Go mobile units, and KALO internet access services to global customers.

"Partnering with Nomad GCS marks a significant advancement for public safety, first responders, and defense customers who demand the best mobile command centers and communication vehicles," said David Kervin, General Manager and SVP, Kymeta Global Solutions.

"As we saw in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and in Greenville, SC during the total solar eclipse, on-the-move, simple to operate satellite communications are crucial in disaster response and public safety operations. We are excited to be working with Nomad's talented team of technical consultants and engineers to take mobile tactical communications, surveillance, and rapid deployment platforms a dramatic step forward."

"Every minute counts for the organizations we work with every day, from first responders, SWAT, and public safety, to every branch of the military," said Ethan Petro, Director of Sales Operations, Nomad GCS.

"Kymeta technology takes on-the-move satellite communication and rapid deployment to an entirely new level. Within a few minutes it goes from cold-start to transmitting and receiving data, and with the key ability to operate while on the move, there's nothing else like this in SATCOM today. We look forward to sharing this exciting new technology with our unique customers."

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