C2UK and Mutualink have announced a partnership to jointly develop the UK and Middle East markets for the Mutualink product portfolio. Mutualink offers state-of-the-art, secure, interoperable communications and information sharing solutions for U.S. and coalition defence partners, including all aspects of military and homeland defence.
C2UK is able to leverage both its domestic and international presence along with its proven pedigree for the design and integration of Command and Control (C2) systems.
“The announcement of our partnership with Mutualink confirms C2UKs’ intent to combine its own cutting edge capabilities with market leading partners in order to deliver world class solutions. It further allows our existing customer base to benefit from the collective power of this partnership and receive a true best of breed solution,” said C2UK Business Development Director, Stewart Burton.
“This strategic partnership will further expand Mutualink’s network of connected communities worldwide. By working with C2UK, our technology solutions will be accessible to defence agencies in numerous geographical markets, delivering best-in-class communications capabilities on a global scale,” said Mutualink’s Director of Defense Services, Sonny Blinkinsop.
C2UK is a UK-based engineering business specialising in the design, production and integration of bespoke command and control (C2) and Sophisticated Communications Systems.
The business has grown dramatically since it was initially formed to support key Government users and programmes, however our ethos and culture remains fixed in that we deliver innovative solutions on time and to cost to our global customer base. The C2UK customer base extends the full spectrum of clients from Military, Special Forces, Police, Emergence Services and Critical Infrastructures.
US-based Mutualink has developed an interoperable communications platform that enables advanced real-time situational awareness and seamless communications across Coalition forces, first responder agencies, and within forces from C2 to the tip of the spear.
Mutualink’s system is currently deployed by hundreds of public and private entities worldwide, including homeland security and defence installations, NATO Special Operations Forces, US Army, US SOCOM TSOCS, US NAVY, US Marine Corps and National Guard.