Raytheon and United Technologies shareholders have overwhelmingly approved the two companies’ ‘merger of...
- Shareholders green-light Raytheon-UTC merger
- UK Government to investigate Cobham sale on national security grounds
- F-35 and Dreadnought revealed as most expensive UK defence programmes
- Pentagon has ‘no major concerns’ with Raytheon-UTC merger
- From Russia to Nato: the logic behind Poland’s military modernisation
Adder Reveals New Real-Time Remote Access to HD Video Worldwide
Adder Technology, a global specialist in connectivity and IP KVM, is announcing an exciting evolution to its highly successful ipeps range of remote access products. The new ADDERLink ipeps+ boasts significant technological developments and brings enhanced remote access functionality to all industries where security and video quality are business-critical.
Adder Announces World First With Launch of 4K Solution
Adder Technology, a world-leader in connectivity and IP KVM solutions, has announced the world’s first dual-head, high-performance 4K IP KVM matrix over a single fiber with the launch of the ADDERLink™ INFINITY 4000 Series (ALIF4000).
EXPAL Launches Deployable Area Control System at DSEI in London
Global defence and security company EXPAL Systems has presented the Deployable Area Control System (D-ACS) at DSEI 2019, the Defense and Security Exhibition that takes place in London from 10-13 September.
UK Government to investigate Cobham sale on national security grounds
UK Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom is investigating a proposed deal that would see Advent International buy UK aerospace giant Cobham citing ‘national security’ concerns.
EXPAL Reveals E-COMPAX and M-COUNTER to Improve Mortar Systems Capabilities
EXPAL Systems, a provider of global defense and security solutions, has revealed its new E-COMPAX and M-COUNTER electronic devices to enhance mortar systems’ operational capabilities at DSEI 2019, the Defense and Security Exhibition that takes place in London 10-13 September.
F-35 and Dreadnought revealed as most expensive UK defence programmes
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) spent £8.4bn on procuring the Lockheed Martin advanced F-35 fighter jet as of 2018, more than any other programme and £309m more than forecast.
Pentagon has ‘no major concerns’ with Raytheon-UTC merger
In a press briefing on Monday, the Department of Defence (DoD) signalled it will not challenge a planned merger between Raytheon and United Technologies (UTC).
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