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Aqura announces industrial 4G/LTE partnering agreement

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Global Mining Review,

Aqura Technologies has announced its new industrial 4G/LTE partnering agreement with Comms International/TecWise.

The partnering agreement was created to support the CI/TecWise customer base across Latin America, Africa and select parts of Europe, as well as some of its Vendor Partners with a structured and simplified approach to 4G/LTE based wireless connectivity; designed, delivered, and supported correctly to ensure business critical industrial communications and network access for heavy industries across surface, underground and autonomous mining applications.

The agreement marries Aqura’s in-house engineering expertise to provide a true end-to-end, fit-for-purpose, Safe and carrier grade solution design with CI/TecWise’s ICT Advisory Services, System Integration experience, Multinational footprint and Relationship base.

This joint offering provides a vendor agnostic private 4G/LTE solution that can be delivered and supported in a way that ensures solution integrity and sustainability for enterprises across the globe. Aqura’s Australian home market has some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated mining operations and the experience gained in working in this demanding environment has created unique skill sets, which CI/TecWise is expanding and facilitating beyond the borders of Australia.

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