Andrew Solutions, the CommScope division, has promoted Navin Vohra to be vice-president of sales, Asia Pacific.
Vertex Standard has appointed Audioxtra as a primary distribution partner for its product range in Australia.
The widespread growth of WiMAX in India has prompted Berkeley Varitronics to open a sales office in Pune, India.
Radio Systems Technologies (RST) has established a partnership with The JRD Group. Both companies are based in Melbourne.
Daniels Electronics has started a celebration of its 60th anniversary leading up to the actual incorporation date on December 9. The following history of the company is extracted from its website.
Laird Technologies has expanded its global distribution product portfolio with Mouser Electronics to include its thermal management product range.
Testadvance has become the ditributor for Thiesen radio-over-IP products in the Asia-Pacific region.
Advantech has partnered with u-blox, a supplier of embedded positioning and wireless communications products, to provide in-vehicle computing solutions for fleet management.
Daniels Electronics has renewed its radios distribution agreement with Kenwood USA that will continue to distribute Daniels radios for public safety and government agencies throughout the US.
Motorola has won a contract to provide a TETRA digital trunked radio communications network to Urumqi Airport, China, together with Beijing Civil Aviation Tianyu Technology Development.
Team Simoco has announced the acquisition of ComGroup, the designer and distributor of Simoco-branded mobile radio terminals that has been acquired by Team Telecom Group and will be merged with the existing operations of Team Simoco.
The Bridge Networks has supplied New Zealand's National Broadcaster TVNZ with its fourth Advent SNG terminal. The 1.2 m Mantis satellite flyaway system is supplied with Vislink's 5000 series electronics satellite system.
RFS (Radio Frequency Systems) has expanded its partnership with Malaysian distributor C&C Universal Engineering Sdn Bhd to establish a bonded warehousing facility in Port Klang.
Digi International has purchased assets from affiliates of MobiApps Holdings, a developer of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications technology, focusing on satellite, mobile and hybrid satellite/cellular solutions.
This year, 2009, is a major milestone for Standard Communications as it celebrates its jubilee birthday.