Systel partners with Holmwood Highgate
Systel has partnered with Queensland-based Holmwood Highgate to support Australian military requirements with next-generation rugged computing solutions, the company announced on 4 September.
Holmwood Highgate is a manufacturer of bulk liquid storage and transportation systems for fuel and water. Systel is a manufacturer of rugged embedded, server and display computer products and solutions.
Wade Mellish, group executive director, Holmwood Highgate, said: ‘Creating a world leading product for LAND 121 3B encouraged us to go down this path.
‘We had been searching for some time to find a capability that we could bring to the Australian market that is relatively unique and can provide great value to a broad range of industries – Systel's rugged computer systems ticks all of those boxes.’
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