Press Release

Hauppauge, New York — October 11, 2016 — Globecomm, a leading global communications solutions provider, today announced that Chariton Valley Wireless Services, a rural service provider, will expand its wireless services contract under a 5-year agreement. Chariton Valley serves counties in the Northeast part of Missouri.

Globecomm will provide Chariton Valley Wireless Services with third generation (3G) Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) Radio Network Controllers (RNC), hosting and value add services as well as roaming core network services for an expanded 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network. Globecomm’s value added services include E911, Communications Assitance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), Short Message Service (SMS) and Mulitmedia Message Serive (MMS). New services provided under the agreement will complement Chariton Valley’s Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA/Evolution-Data Optimized (EVDO) sevices for home and roaming subscribers.

“Our new agreement with Globecomm allows Chariton Valley to expand its wireless service offerings to our customers and provide them with some of the most advanced features available,” said Chariton Valley General Manager Kirby Underberg. “Globecomm has been a trusted partner for us and this new contract allows us to offer the type of services that are enjoyed in major metropolitan areas.”

“We’re happy to announce a new agreement with Chariton Valley, which is one of the most respected service providers in the country,” said Jason Juranek, CEO and CFO of Globecomm. “Rural service providers face some of the most complex challenges in meeting the needs of their customers. Our partnership provides Chariton Valley with a competitive edge by operating state-of-the-art CDMA and GSM/UMTS/LTE hosted cores capable of the most advanced services.”

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