Nautel Named one of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies

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Hackett's Cove, NS - June 12, 2014 – Nautel Limited has been recognized by Canadian Business and PROFIT Magazine as one of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies. Published in the July issue of Canadian Business and online at, the PROFIT500 ranks Canadian businesses by their revenue growth over five years.

Founded in 1969, Nautel began a rapid expansion in product development and support programs in 2007 under President and CEO Peter Conlon. The company's high-power FM and AM transmitter lines were re-designed to take advantage of the latest advances in solid-state technology and to implement advanced control and user interface systems developed by Nautel engineers. Nautel continued rapid development of low-power FM, additional high-power analog and digital FM products, and transmitters for low power TV. A new line of high-power digital FM transmitters was unveiled in April at the annual National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas.

Nautel has deployed more than 12,000 transmitters in more than 177 countries since 1970.

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