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  • Wireless technology company, Etherstack PLC (ESK) has announced its subsidiary, Auria Wireless, has entered a contract with Perth based system integrator, CSE Crosscom
  • Auria will provide its P25 digital radio network to CSE’s customer, a mining company in the Pilbara
  • The initial contract is for $400,000 and is expected to be delivered by the end of June
  • Etherstack CEO David Deacon said it is the first significant deployment of the company’s technology into a major resources project in Western Australia
  • Etherstack remains steady on the market today, selling shares for 14¢ each

Wireless technology company, Etherstack PLC (ESK) has announced its subsidiary, Auria Wireless, has entered a contract with Perth based system integrator, CSE Crosscom.

Auria will provide its P25 digital radio network to CSE’s customer. The customer is a mining company in the Pilbara region in Western Australia.

This contract is just the first of a multi-stage project to provide communications technology and equipment for the mining company. The initial contract is for $400,000 and is expected to be delivered by the end of June.

Etherstack CEO David Deacon said this is an important win for the company.

“It is the first significant deployment of our technology into a major resources project in Western Australia,” he said.

“Our products and technologies are a good fit for this sector and we are thrilled to be deploying our solution into such an important project,” he added.

CSE Crosscom is part of the CSE Global group, which is a global technologies company based in Singapore.

CSE Crosscom General Manager Alistair Tibballs is looking forward to working with Auria Wireless.

“In the current challenging global environment, the importance of high quality Australian manufactured solutions cannot be underestimated,” he said.

Etherstack remains steady on the market today, selling shares for 14¢ each at 12:15pm AEST.

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