EMRISE Receives New Orders for Electronic Devices and Subsystems
November 25, 2008
EMRISE said that it has received one million dollars in new orders for electronic devices and subsystems to be used in commercial In-Flight Entertainment and Communication (IFE&C) systems.
Commenting on this latest order, Carmine T. Oliva, president and chief executive office at EMRISE said that the orders are for an extension of a major program from an established customer for new and retrofit IFE&C installations in commercial aircraft programs.
England based Pascall Electronics, company’s subsidiary, received the new IFE&C orders. Pascall is a provider of power systems, RF devices and integrated subsystems for traditional IFE.
In addition, the subsidiary also offers new generation multimedia IFE&C systems, such as video on demand (VoD) and GSM communications products for retrofit and new-build applications.
EMRISE is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of electronic devices, sub-systems and equipment for aerospace, defense, industrial and communications markets. The company’s products perform functions such as power supply and power conversion; RF and microwave transmission; digital and rotary switching; and more.
The company continues to see strength in the orders from the commercial aircraft business segment for IFE&C programs and for many other on-board commercial aircraft programs for which EMRISE provide products, said Olivia.
“These newest orders are representative of the kind of demand we continue to experience for in-flight entertainment products,” added Oliva.
Shipments of these orders are scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2009. According to the company and will continue through the first half of 2009.
Earlier this month, EMRISE received an initial $500,000 production order for its StarClock TiemPo next-generation network timing system from an unnamed U.S. communications systems integrator.
In October of this month, the company received an order from a major international integrator of electronics systems for commercial and military aviation markets in the amount of $850,000 in additional orders for power supplies for use in commercial aircraft.
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Edited by Jessica Kostek