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Dielectric Changes Name to SPX Communication Technology
Raymond, ME - Oct 22, 2010 - Dielectric Communications will now operate under the name of SPX Communication Technology. The range of Dielectric products, including its RF broadcast antenna systems, transmission line, switching and patching components, and transmission accessories, will continue to be sold globally by SPX Communication Technology under the Dielectric brand. The new name is intended to reflect the company's expanding focus on developing and marketing a broader spectrum of global communication technologies and solutions, and strengthen the company's close alignment with its parent company, SPX.
Garrett VanAtta, president of SPX Communication Technology, says, "Under the SPX Communication Technology name we will continue to operate from our Maine headquarters with the same talented pool of engineers and customer support staff responsible for our broadcast transmission products."
According to the company, the change to SPX Communication Technology will allow for the expansion into new geographic markets and the development of new communication solutions while maintaining the strong brand-equity that has been established in the company's current product portfolio.
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