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GRC to bring Gatehouse Telecom's GLE to the UK

Posted 5 September 2018 · Add Comment

Satcom tester GateHouse Telecom, has signed a reseller agreement with Global RadioData Communications Ltd (GRC) to bring the Global Xpress Link Emulator (GLE), an off air test tool, to the UK market.

GateHouse Telecom, which provides proven products and system integration solutions for commercial, government and military use, will now strengthen its position on the UK market.

The Danish satcom test leader has announced a multi-year reseller agreement for their flagship product, the Global Xpress Link Emulator (GLE), with Global RadioData Communications Ltd (GRC), a supplier of mission critical communication products and solutions.

“We are delighted to announce our reseller agreement with GRC,” said Thomas S. Jensen, Director of GateHouse Telecom. “GRC is a leading provider of mission critical communication solutions and already has an impressive product portfolio. Combined with GateHouse Telecom’s expertise and deep knowledge of satellite communication systems, our partnership is the perfect match.”

“GateHouse Telecom is already a valued partner of GRC, delivering an advanced and secure test tool solution for the Global Xpress market, and GRC look forward to promote GateHouse’s cost cutting and secure test tool to the rest of the UK.”

Over four in 10 UK businesses was hit by a cyber attack in 2017, according to the annual report of the National Cyber Security Centre, and earlier this year, the head of the centre, Ciaran Martin, raised the prospect of cyber attacks on Britains critical infrastructure and underlined the country’s need for advanced cyber security solutions.

“We have of course noticed the situation in the UK in regard to cyber security and we believe our solutions and services fits well with the market’s demand for secure test tools that also keep costs at a low” said Thomas S. Jensen from GateHouse Telecom.

The UK businesses have already increased their spending on cyber security measures in 2017, according to a survey by TurnerLittle. The British government is also taking substantial steps to bolster the country’s defense against cyber threats, for instance was a new legislation to protect the country’s critical infrastructure and digital services introduced in April this year.

 

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