Newpoint Technologies Awarded Contracts

May 11, 2011

The company has been awarded multiple government and commercial contracts valued at $1.9 million to provide its Compass network management system and Mercury Remote Site Manager.

MANCHESTER, NH, and COLUMBIA, MD, /GLOBE NEWSWIRE/ -- Integral Systems Inc. announced that that its wholly owned subsidiary, Newpoint Technologies, has been awarded $1.9 million through multiple contracts from the U.S. government, international military, commercial satellite operators, and service providers in the company's second quarter, fiscal year 2011, which ended on April 1, 2011. Under the terms of the contracts, Newpoint Technologies will provide its award winning Compass network management system (NMS) to manage critical network assets and services, and its Mercury Remote Site Manager (RSM) for intelligent automated management of unmanned remote sites.

The contract awards demonstrate Newpoint Technologies' successful focus on expanding its global footprint. An example of recent deals includes:

  • A contract in Singapore to provide Compass NMS for equipment management of a large government teleport. Compass Service Manager will also handle services running through the teleport and allow the customer to quickly apply profiles for equipment service. Compass NMS will enable the rapid deployment and removal of network services.
  • A new award providing n2 with Compass NMS to a major radio broadcaster, remotely managing 75 satellite radio transmitter sites. n2 with Compass gives network operators the ability to monitor, manage, and recover remote site equipment, thereby reducing network management costs and increasing network availability and reliability.
  • Providing the U.S. Government with Integral Systems' Monics Carrier Monitoring and Radio Frequency (RF) Interference Detection system to monitor, analyze, and detect RF interference from 14 sensor sites.

In addition to the contract awards in the second quarter of FY 2011, Newpoint Technologies has expanded the Compass/Monics interface. Compass Service Manager with Monics gives operators the ability to better manage Service-Level Agreements and critical services, prioritize service recovery, and increase quality of service through enhanced network awareness. This integration has resulted in multiple contracts with large military and broadcast providers over the past six months.

For additional information on SAT Corp., visit the company's Web site, and for information on Monics, visit the company online.

About Integral Systems
Integral Systems Inc., is a global provider of products, systems, and services for satellite command and control, telemetry, and digital signal processing, data communications, enterprise network management, and communications information assurance. It specializes in developing, managing, and operating secure communications networks, both satellite and terrestrial, as well as systems and services to detect, characterize, and geolocate sources of RF interference. Our customers include U.S. and foreign commercial, government, military, and intelligence organizations. For almost 30 years, customers have relied on the Integral Systems family of companies (Integral Systems Inc., Integral Systems Europe, Lumistar Inc., Newpoint Technologies Inc., RT Logic, and SAT Corp.), as well as its services organization, Integral Systems Service Solutions (IS3), to design and deliver innovative commercial-based products, solutions, and services that are cost-effective and reduce delivery schedules and risk. Its dedication to "The Integral Difference" has solidified long-term relationships with the U.S. DoD, NASA, NOAA, and nearly every commercial satellite operator in the world.

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