News Release (Sept. 19, 2013)

TKO Awarded VTC Network Enhancement Project in South Carolina

San Jose (Sept. 19, 2013) - Turn-Key Operations, Inc. (TKO) a video communications solutions provider serving global business, government, and U.S. military customers today announced it has been awarded a contract to provide on-site video teleconference (VTC) network assistance, training, and troubleshooting for a U.S. military facility in South Carolina. This work will enable an important military installation to upgrade the quality of its VTC network services and maximize the value of VTC for its users.

"We are delighted to have been selected to assist yet another U.S. military customer with engineering support to optimize a VTC network" said John Roensch, TKO's president and CEO. "TKO's team specializes in creating mission critical video and collaboration networks for many government customers. We will enhance the current network operation to provide robust and reliable VTC network services. Additionally, TKO will train the on-site VTC staff to maintain peak network efficiency."

The contract was awarded to TKO through GSA Schedule 70. TKO was awarded a GSA contract in January, 2010 to provide VTC services, support, and product to any U.S. Government agency.

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