EID logs new Bangladesh Army order
Cohort company EID will supply CD-116/IP tactical field switchboards to the Bangladesh Army under a new contract announced on 31 July.
The CD-116/IP provides interface for analogue and VoIP telephones, data terminals and combat net radios and multiple solutions for networking, from IP to ISDN and analogue alternatives, via radio relay, optical fibre, and satellite, among others.
EID has supplied CD-116 switchboards to the Bangladesh Army since 2011.
José Mendes, head of marketing and sales, said: ‘EID is proud of this new award, which clearly shows the satisfaction of the Bangladeshi Army with the quality of our products and support services. We are committed to keep improving the relationship with our customers, making sure that they will continue placing new orders with us. This is our everyday challenge.’
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