July 25, 2016 8:18 AM ET

Communications Equipment

Company Overview of EF Johnson Technologies, Inc.

Company Overview

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. develops and manufactures mission critical communications solutions. It offers portable radios that focus on narrowband requirements for analog and digital formats, as well as supports legacy systems. The company also provides mobile radios for public safety communications applications, as well as for migrating critical systems to open standards. In addition, its offers ATLAS P25 systems, a solution that focuses on deploying various architectures, including conventional, trunked, hybrid, and simulcast multi-site networks. Further, the company offers base stations/repeaters, network management systems, dispatch consoles, gateways/interfaces, and stations. Further...

1440 Corporate Drive

Irving, TX 75038-2401

United States

Founded in 1995

267 Employees

Phone:

972-819-0700

Fax:

972-819-0639

Key Executives for EF Johnson Technologies, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Vice President and General Counsel
Senior Vice President of Strategy & Products
Senior Vice President of Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. Key Developments

JVCKENWOOD Corporation and its Subsidiary, EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. Wins a Multi-Million Dollar Contract from Taipei City Police Department

JVCKENWOOD Corporation and its subsidiary, EF Johnson Technologies, Inc., won a multi-million dollar contract to deliver a P25 trunked system solution including radios and support services for the Taipei City Police Department. The new ATLAS P25 system will improve coverage and provide fault tolerant, reliable city-wide communications. In addition, secure communications will play a crucial part in police operations to help keep the city safe. The ATLAS solution is based on a no-license-fee business model. This will allow the City of Taipei to manage their budget accurately with upfront knowledge of the total cost of ownership. ATLAS patented coreless architecture will also protect the city from multiple points of system failure. Over a four-year phased migration, the Taipei City Police Department will migrate from their obsolete EDACS® system to an 8-site ATLAS P25 Phase 2 trunked, multi-cast system including: 7,000 KENWOOD NX-5000 radios with AES encryption; ATLAS key management facility encryption station; and 9 StarGate dispatch consoles.

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. Introduces New Perpetual Software License Program and Expansion of Viking Product Line at IWCE

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. announced the expansion of its Viking P25 product line at the International Wireless Communications Exhibition (IWCE), March 23 - 24 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. EFJohnson is expanding its recently rebranded KENWOOD Viking product line. The UHF (470 – 512 MHz) band is now available in the VP900 multi-band portable, and the Viking Control Head (VCH) with a large color display is a new option for mobile radios. A new Viking model for portables and mobiles will also be introduced. The VP/VM5000 series, available to ship in the second half of 2016, offers all the advanced P25 public safety features found in the current Viking radios in a smaller footprint. EFJohnson will demonstrate its complete P25 product portfolio, including ATLAS P25 Phase 1 and 2 systems solutions, in a unified JVCKENWOOD Corporation exhibit (booth 1229) at IWCE.

DFW Airport Chooses EF Johnson Technologies to Provide ATLAS® P25 Phase 2 Communications Network

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. has signed a $7.5 million contract with Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to deliver a secure P25 Phase 2 communication system, new radio fleet, and long-term support services to upgrade and manage its radio network. EFJohnson's innovative ATLAS® system technology with patented coreless architecture provides maximum reliability and protects against multiple points of failure. The new network will provide 99.9% availability and ensure reliable communications for emergency services for day-to-day operations and crisis management. The new ATLAS Project 25 Phase 2 open-standard system will replace DFW Airport's existing legacy system. It will provide improved coverage across DFW's 26.9 square mile facility and interoperability with several neighboring agencies in the DFW Metroplex via Inter RF Subsystem Interface (ISSI).

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