PacStar appoints ZeroAlpha as UK supplier
The equipment covers US-based PacStar's communications hardware and management software products, including the 400-series of small communications modules, and PacStar created IQ-Core software.
ZeroAlpha already offers networked C4ISR and sustainable power solutions to the UK defence and security markets.
Stewart Burton, owner of ZeroAlpha, said: 'PacStar has designed and developed a broad range of proven, tactical and deployable communications products for complex and demanding applications. Mission-focused and technically unrivalled, we're proud to have been awarded exclusive supplier status.'
Peggy Miller, chief executive officer of PacStar, added: 'We are very pleased to have established this exclusive arrangement with ZeroAlpha Solutions. We are very selective on who represents us. ZeroAlpha has the right depth of experience, dedication to excellence and commitment to customer satisfaction that are the hallmarks of PacStar and the way we do business. We stand behind our products and have every confidence that ZeroAlpha is the right partner for the UK market.'
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