Gefanuc embedded system department successfully ac

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GE Fanuc embedded system department successfully acquired Radstone technology company

recently, GE Fanuc embedded system department under GE announced that the company has successfully completed the acquisition of Radstone technology company based in the UK. Through the merger with Radstone technology, GE Fanuc has bravely undertaken the mission of developing high-performance film coated filter material industry technology with independent intellectual property rights. The embedded system will expand the production line of the company's embedded computer products, so that major contractors and original equipment manufacturers can better serve the military and aviation departments

ge FANUC magnetic field will affect the sensitivity of keys. Maryrose sy, chairman and CEO, German special chemicals company LANXESS recently announced that it will replace metal materials with reinforced nylon 66 to manufacture air filtration systems for commercial vehicles. Lvester said: "Radstone's product suite provides a powerful complement to product performance and better services for the military and aviation sectors. At the same time, Radstone's technical capabilities, experience and industrial knowledge are highly attractive to consumers. In the future, we will share the value of quality, service, reliability, innovation and operation."

rob mckeel, vice president of GE Fanuc embedded systems, said: "through this merger, rob mckeel's high-performance cots products will provide us with a driving growth opportunity together with the expanded products. We believe that consumers will be grateful for having such a high level of services, industrial leadership technology, defense and aerospace applications."

Jeffperrin, CEO of Radstone technologies, also pointed out: "as a member of a large team with broad product and service investment, we will improve the company's supply capacity and better meet the needs of consumers. At the same time, as a part of GE Fanuc embedded system, we will also get more opportunities to succeed."

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