Persistent Systems expands Fort Collins facility
Persistent Systems has completed a major expansion of its Fort Collins office in Colorado to increase support for its customers with mobile ad hoc networking (MANET) technology and ancillary services requirements.
The company offers MANET technology and services to military, federal, first responder, unmanned system and live event broadcast customers.
The expanded office more than triples the footprint of the existing facility. The expansion will increase the company's capacity in system engineering, contracting, field support, project management, government and commercial applications development in the region.
Adrien Robenhymer, VP of business development at Persistent Systems, said: ‘Due to increased demand for the Wave Relay MANET and associated hardware in areas such as artificial intelligence, cyber operations, autonomous systems and command, control, computers, communication, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, we have needed to grow our Colorado team.’
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