Harris Corporation Announces Strategic Microwave Sales Agreement Valued at $90 Million.
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REDWOOD SHORES, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 25, 2000
Harris Corporation Harris Corporation NYSE: HRS is an international communications equipment company that produces wireless equipment, electronic systems, and both terrestrial and spaceborne antennas for use in the government, defense, and commercial sectors. , a leading international communications equipment company, today announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement for microwave radios with a worldwide provider of telecommunications infrastructure equipment. The three-year agreement, valued at US$90 million, covers Harris' point-to-point microwave products and is retroactive Having reference to things that happened in the past, prior to the occurrence of the act in question.
A retroactive or retrospective law is one that takes away or impairs vested rights acquired under existing laws, creates new obligations, imposes new duties, or attaches a to March 1, 2000. This latest agreement follows the announcement last week that Harris signed a definitive agreement with TRT TRT Transportation Research Thesaurus
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Under the agreement announced today, Harris will supply several products from its extensive point-to-point digital microwave radio portfolio including the Microstar, designed for fast and easy deployment of low- and medium- capacity wireless links; the Aurora, an unlicensed spread spectrum radio; the Megastar(TM) high-capacity radio featuring SONET and SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) The European counterpart to SONET. See SONET.
SDH - Synchronous Digital Hierarchy standard interfaces with 155 Mb/s capacity and advanced 1:N switching; the Constellation(TM), supporting a large variety of network applications and designed to address spectrally spec·tral
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2. Of, relating to, or produced by a spectrum.
spec·tral efficient, mid-cap network applications; and the Galaxy(TM), Harris' advanced, all-outdoor, high frequency, high performance SDH millimeter wave radio.
"This announcement is the second in a series of recent strategic agreements that signifies Harris' continued emphasis on leading the industry in the delivery of point-to-point microwave radios," said Sam Wyman, president of Harris' Microwave Communications Division. "This customer, like many others, will benefit from the most advanced point-to-point product portfolio available, as well as from our broad range of service offerings, which continue to assist service providers around the world in the rapid deployment of their networks."
As a part of this agreement, Harris received an order last month valued at approximately US $12 million for a project in Mexico.
In a series of agreements signed on April 20, 2000, Harris announced it had entered into a definitive agreement with TRT Lucent Technologies to purchase its point-to-point microwave radio business unit, which also included a five-year preferred supplier agreement to serve the worldwide point-to-point microwave needs of Lucent's wireless divisions. The TRT Lucent strategic agreements are expected to be completed in early June.
Harris' Microwave Communications Division is the largest supplier of microwave systems in North America North America, third largest continent (1990 est. pop. 365,000,000), c.9,400,000 sq mi (24,346,000 sq km), the northern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. . The division delivers wireless solutions to service providers of all types, including public network operators; fixed wireless operators; transportation companies; state, local and federal agencies; and power utilities. Its product line, the broadest in the industry, covers frequency bands up to 38 GHz for synchronous Refers to events that are synchronized, or coordinated, in time. For example, the interval between transmitting A and B is the same as between B and C, and completing the current operation before the next one is started are considered synchronous operations. Contrast with asynchronous. and asynchronous Refers to events that are not synchronized, or coordinated, in time. The following are considered asynchronous operations. The interval between transmitting A and B is not the same as between B and C. The ability to initiate a transmission at either end. applications which comply with international and North American North American
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