Telegesis has appointed Glyn as its sole distributor for Australia and New Zealand.
Tait Radio Communications and Bluewater Systems have signed an agreement to enable shared access to specialist skills and resources.
Zetron has shipped to Kentz an Acom dispatch system for use at the Gorgon Project.
We’re all familiar with the old ‘break-fix’ model of service - it’s been the way of life for many years. It works well; it generates revenue and keeps you in business alongside hardware sales. The problem is that it’s a short-term solution for a long-term user.
The DMR Association has announced two new members.
Radio communications from Tait and MiMO Max have helped customers in Christchurch.
EDMI and Sierra Wireless win award at the 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Sepura has won a contract with the Royal Military Police, Netherlands, to supply STP8000 portable radios.
Tait Radio Communications experienced the earthquake aftershock in Christchurch.
Motorola will supply radio communications infrastructure for QGC’s liquefied natural gas project.
Vicorp Corporation has formed a partnership with Soanar to bring Vicorp's communications technology to contact centres.
A handheld mobile phone detector called the Wolfhound-PRO has been introduced to the American Correctional Association’s 2011 Winter Conference in the US. The Wolfhound-PRO is the third in a line of BVS's advanced, award-winning cell phone detection products and the most advanced in terms of sensitivity and features.