API receives UK MOD order
API Technologies announced on 26 October that they have received a $1.2 million order to supply secure communication systems to the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD). According to the company the order is part of an ongoing program to provide solutions for both fixed and mobile environments.
The order will be fulfilled by API's Secure Systems and Information Assurance group's UK division, Secure Systems & Technologies.
Commenting on the order, Bel Lazar, API Technologies' President and Chief Operating Officer, said: ‘As demand for Information Assurance solutions increases, we are pleased to provide the UK Ministry of Defence and its allies superior security products aimed at addressing current and emerging threats, both on and off the battlefield.’
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