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CodeMettle secures contract to provide software licenses for INB2 program

NetOps software developer CodeMettle has been given a contract to provide software licenses for the Integrated NetOps Battalion and Below (INB2) program, marking the conclusion of a five-year Middle Tier Acquisition (MTA) process. Financial terms of the contract was not disclosed.

The contract will allow CodeMettle to implement and manage disparate radio networks for the INB2 Program.

Integrated NetOps Battalion and Below (INB2) monitors and manages the LTT radio network and falls under the Tactical Cyber and Network Operations of the U.S. Army.

CodeMettle provides a platform-agnostic implementation utilizing software architectures to provide distributed common management and operational views of multi-vendor, Disconnected, Intermittent, and Limited (DIL) radio networks.

[Image courtesy: U.S. Army]

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