Inmarsat has joined the LoRa Alliance to provide IoT connectivity while contributing to the development of a global standard.
Airbus Defence and Space has landed a major contract to maintain Hungary's Tetra network over the next five years.
Codan Radio Communications has announced an expansion of its team in Dubai in an attempt to strengthen its operations in the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia.
Sepura has kicked off the new year with the announcement that it has appointed a new Group CFO.
SITA has signed a five-year agreement with EGYPTAIR to update the airline's entire communications network.
Inmarsat has announced a new partnership with EM Solutions to develop reportedly the world's first combined MilSatCom/Global Xpress (GX) maritime satcom terminal.
Motorola Solutions has been chosen as one of the suppliers for the UK's new national 4G network for its ambulance, fire and police services.
Icom New Zealand has expanded its business by 30% over the past few years through a combination of technical innovation and a focus on dealer and marketplace relationships.
Motorola Solutions will spend approximately US$1.2 billion to acquire Airwave UK, in a move aimed at widening its managed services and support business.
Sepura has announced the company's headquarters will be moving to new premises in 2016 following several years of significant acquisitions and expansion.
Siemens has once again partnered with Teltronic to supply video surveillance for Monterrey's metro system in Mexico.
Inmarsat has announced a deal with Cobham SATCOM that will bring high-speed internet connectivity to passengers flying across Europe.
Tait Communications has announced that it will open a new Asia-Pacific headquarters in Sydney, with the regional general manager and regional sales director to move there from Brisbane.
Motorola Solutions has announced that it will relocate its global headquarters from Schaumburg, Illinois, to Chicago, the city in which the company began in 1928.
EnerSys, a stored-energy solutions company, has acquired Melbourne-based ICS Industries, resulting in a larger reserve power, site solutions, field services and motive power business in Australia.