Aerojet Aviation and ICC Networking form Technology Partnership

The Aerojet Aviation-ICCN partnership delivers advanced communication technology to expand Ghana's Aviation Sector.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Feb. 15, 2022 - PRLog -- Aerojet Aviation and ICC Networking form Technology Partnership to deliver advanced communication technology to expand Ghana's Aviation Sector.

Riverside, CA (USA) (February 15, 2022) – [AEROJET AVIATION] and ICC NETWORKING (ICCN) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) leading to a final contract deal to design, develop, and deploy advanced wired and wireless technologies as well as the most advanced distributed edge data system in the industry. This Centre of Excellence is the first world-class MRO operation in West Africa. The primary facility will be located at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) creating the first of its kind in the region.

Aerojet's partnership with ICCN will strengthen West Africa as an aviation hub for national and international logistics while enhancing regional ability to expand services for regional airlines. The communication partnership includes the deployment of ICCN's wireless systems of TV Whitespace, Wi-Fi, and 5G for enhanced backbone and client environments. Moreover, the network will boost multi-port 40G/100G firewalls with an advanced edge computing node system called WARP Edge Internet System (EIS). The network will have unlimited scalability to support other regions providing global services to any client.

Mazisi Parkes, Chief Executive Office at Aerojet Aviation, commented: The vision for Aerojet is to be innovative and pioneering in everything we do, and our technology for the delivery of our MRO services is no different. In ICCN we have found a partner that understands our needs and gold standards of excellence to which we want our solutions delivered. This is an important step in our process of building a center of excellence for technology and aviation in the region. As a hub, it is imperative that we are well resourced to support our clients and provide reliable and cost-effective products and services using the best technology solutions. Aerojet and its partners will continue to make significant investments to ensure our country and continent are ready for the future.

"Having an MRO at KIA and being a partner in the project is a particular honor for ICC Networking," said Keith M. Alexis, Chief Executive Officer at ICCN. "Our partnership with Aerojet Aviation not only allows us to demonstrate the flexibility of our IP data networking solutions but also deliver an innovative solution that has a significant impact on local and regional economies. We see this collaboration as a critical component in ICC Networking's initiative of Bridging the Digital Divide for all markets and industries in a multi-level approach to development."

About Aerojet

Aerojet Aviation was established in 2016 to provide a lasting solution to the problem of aircraft maintenance & repairs in Africa. Since then, the company has worked tirelessly to put together a master plan to achieve this objective. After several years of engaging and selling that vision and plan to stakeholders and aviation authorities, Aerojet is now developing its flagship Accra MRO Project at the Kotoka International Airport in Ghana for the delivery of the first of a kind Aviation Centre of Excellence on the African continent. Expected to launch in 2024, Aerojet will offer world-class aviation training and technical support services from its facility and operate one of the most advanced Aircraft Maintenance Facilities in the world.

About ICC Networking (ICCN)

Founded in 2011, ICC Networking (ICCN) is a privately held high-tech manufacturer of IP data networking connectivity hardware and software employing network systems, design, and cybersecurity engineers. ICCN builds wireless (TV Whitespace, Wi-Fi, & CBRS/LTE) and wired (Ethernet) and edge computing designed to bridge the last mile.

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