|By PR Newswire||
|August 20, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sonim Technologies, Inc. the recognized global leader in mission critical communication solutions for people who work in extreme conditions, was selected as the preferred device for testing to provide next generation LTE smartphone capabilities for combat trainers at NTC and JRTC.
After an extensive review of consumer off the shelf (COTS) cell phone technologies and after discussions with the US ARMY, the US defense contractor selected Sonim devices based on their rugged features such as 20+ hours of LTE based talk time, extreme durability in heat, dust, wet environments, visibility in direct sunlight and support for a wide range of android applications and accessories.
Sonim, an American company based in the Silicon Valley is proud to do its part to support our nation's armed services. Said Bob Escalle, Senior Director of Public Safety and Defense for Sonim "We are very proud to be selected by the US ARMY contractor and to be able to provide the world's toughest, most durable smartphones to the brave men and women who serve our country."
SOURCE Sonim Technologies, Inc.
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