Irvine Sensors and TKCIS Partner

COSTA MESA, CA /PRNewswire/ -- Irvine Sensors Corp. announced that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with TKC Integration Services LLC (TKCIS), a company providing technology solutions to governments worldwide. TKCIS provides best-in-class products and services via several government acquisition vehicles in the areas of data center, enterprise software and cyber security, infrastructure and physical security, and network and communications solutions.

Under the MOU, TKCIS will become a partner with Irvine Sensors to supply certain products and services to government customers. Bill Joll, Irvine Sensors' CEO, said, "We have already signed up with TKCIS for distribution of our thermal imaging products and our VAULT-MM information handling products. We believe that partnership with TKCIS will simplify and expedite the procurement of these products for many government customers. We are working with TKCIS to solidify our working relationship and look forward to gaining a foothold in the government marketplace."

About Irvine Sensors
Irvine Sensors Corp., headquartered in Costa Mesa, CA, is a vision systems company engaged in the development and sale of miniaturized infrared and electro-optical cameras, image processors, and stacked chip assemblies, as well as the sale of higher-level systems incorporating such products. Irvine Sensors also conducts research and development related to high-density electronics, miniaturized sensors, optical interconnection technology, high-speed network security, image processing, and low-power analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for diverse systems applications.

TKC Integration Services LLC partners with leading technology manufacturers and developers to provide a comprehensive range of lifecycle technology solutions to the federal government. Located in the metro Washington, DC, area, TKCIS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Qivliq, a NANA company.

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