Conover, North Carolina, April 20th, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NewMediaWire-- Fortran Corporation (OTC: FRTN), an emerging telecommunications technology systems integrator, is pleased to announce that our subsidiary, Comconexx, LLC, doing business in Florida as Communications Conexxions, has been awarded a contract valued at $691,109.20.
“We believe our recent acquisition of Comconexx has already proved to be extremely valuable for Fortran,” stated Fortran President Glenn Withers.
This contract will provide structured cabling and audio-visual equipment for a new High School being constructed in Collier County, Florida.
“Fortran expects additional significant contracts to be awarded to Comconexx over the next 12 months,” added Withers.
About Fortran Corporation:
Fortran Corporation is a telecommunications system integrator dedicated to designing, implementing and maintaining complex communications solutions. Fortran is comprised of engineering and design, network service, sales, remote monitoring, and on-site services.
Fortran’s subsidiary companies include Comconexx, LLC, M & B Communication, LLC, B and L Telephone, and Fortran Communications.
Each of our subsidiary companies is in the process of converting their historical and traditional telecom business models to a TaaS model. The TaaS model that our subsidiary companies offer is comprised of design, network service, technical certifications, remote monitoring, and on-site service, with dedicated sales and engineering.
With our subsidiaries’ ability to offer these modern telecommunication technologies, we believe that companies and organizations requiring upgrades, expansion, or replacement of existing equipment will be able to realize significant savings compared to aging copper or wired digital infrastructures.
Companies can now integrate their voice platform with data network technology to improve collaboration and usability. Our subsidiary companies offer one-stop service and products to provide organizations with the very best in both value and quality for communications and data network services.
For more information contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us at www.fortrancorp.com.
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