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U.S. defense contractor DRS Technologies has awarded Leesburg-based Simba Enterprises LLC a contract to provide field service representatives that will install satellite-based terminals for terrestrial networks in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, according to a news release.

“SimbaCom has earned an excellent reputation from its customers with the ability to provide secured, wireless communications anywhere in the world within 72 hours based upon award”, the company’s CEO and President Ali Sajjad, said in a statement.

The countries slated to receive SimbaCom’s satellite based terminals for terrestrial networks include South Africa, Vietnam, Israel, Namibia, Nigeria, Guinea, Malawi, Sri Lanka and East Timor.

SimbaCom said the DRS Technologies contract also provided the winning solution for 23 missions for the U.S. Agency for International Development.

SimbaCom is an active member of Leesburg’s HUBZone program of the U.S. Small Business Administration

SimbaCom provides secured wireless communications including satellite, bandwidth and field service representatives anywhere in the world within 72 hours and supports U.S. war fighters and other government agencies including the U.S. Agency for International Development.

The Leesburg company said it is also part of the team that is providing a USAID a secondary network path in Africa, Asia and the Middle East and will serve as the replacement for those existing very-small-aperture terminal services.