CalAmp enters into distribution agreement with Steatite
Aug 16, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
CalAmp Corp., a provider of wireless products, services and solutions, has entered into a distribution agreement with Steatite Limited, a supplier of communications and technology equipment to the transportation, public safety, rail, military and oil and gas markets.
"CalAmp's rugged wireless solutions, from narrow band to broadband, using both licensed and unlicensed spectrum as well as cellular 3G and 4G LTE technologies, will provide fixed and mobile connectivity for applications where location, tracking and asset control are paramount. In particular, our customers in military/defense, rail and oil and gas exploration will benefit from the robust, wide-area communications capabilities that the CalAmp equipment provides," said Mike Mountfield, sales and marketing director for the Redditch, Worcestershire-based Steatite.
According to CalAmp, the strategic supply agreement will give Steatite customers access to CalAmp's lineup of advanced radio and multi-carrier cellular solutions, including CalAmp's Vanguard and Viper SC range of IP L3 routers, for command, control and monitoring of remote and mobile assets such as vehicles, well pumps, generators, cargo containers, earth movers and other equipment.
"What attracted us to Steatite was their long and respected history of supplying vital communications infrastructure equipment to military, commercial, industrial and governmental customers in the UK," said Alex Crane-Robinson, Senior Director of International Marketing and Sales for CalAmp. "Their proven ability to provide a wide variety of connectivity solutions for mission-critical applications aligns very well with our offerings and strategy to increase our presence in the UK and the broader European market. We are delighted to welcome them as a strategic distribution partner in the region."
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