Auria Wireless to supply P25 for CSE Crosscom mining client
Auria Wireless, a subsidiary of Etherstack, has entered a contract with Perth-based system integrator CSE Crosscom to provide Auria’s P25 digital radio network technology a CSE Crosscom customer — a mining company with activities in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
The delivery is the first stage of a multistage project to provide critical voice communications technology and equipment for the mining company.
The initial contract is valued at $400,000 and is expected to be delivered before 30 June 2020.
“This is an important win for Etherstack as it is the first significant deployment of our technology into a major resources project in Western Australia. Our products and technologies are a good fit for this sector and we are thrilled to be deploying our solution into such an important project,” said Etherstack CEO David Deacon.
“We are also delighted to partner with an integrator of the calibre of CSE Crosscom, part of the CSE Global group of companies.”
“We are pleased to be providing this communications solution to the WA resources sector and we look forward to working with Auria Wireless to deliver a top-class communications technology solution to our customer,” added Alistair Tibballs, General Manager of CSE Crosscom.
“In the current challenging global environment, the importance of high-quality Australian-manufactured solutions cannot be underestimated.”
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