IPMobileNet Business to be Acquired by RF Technology Pty Ltd and DX Radio

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA, November 2009 – RF Technology Pty Ltd, DX Radio Systems Inc. and IPMobileNet LLC, today announced that the companies have signed a definitive agreement under which RF Technology and DX Radio have acquired the business of IPMobileNet...


The recently formed partnership between RF Technology and DX Radio Systems is attributed to synergy and success the companies have had together in the past. “As a long term partner of RF Technology we are excited by the opportunities that this tight knit group will bring about in the market place. There is significant interest in RFT’s recently released P25 offering; and the addition of P25 compliant data offered by IPMobileNet fills the market niche as clients look for innovative and robust communication solutions to enhance their field productivity and security,” said Don Klabunde of DX Radio Systems Inc.

RF Technology’s business was established in 1979 with a charter to design, manufacture and market radio communication equipment worldwide. The two founding directors with 30 years of operational experience in the Two Way Radio industry had a desire to fill a niche market overlooked by the major competitors.

Today, RFT is a supplier to the Australian secure communications market focusing on a complete range of products for secure wireless voice and data communications. This includes secure public safety wireless network solutions in APCO P25, and analogue and high-speed packet data network technology.

RF Technology’s product line is marketed worldwide. Direct distribution is established in over 20 countries and indirectly in at least 30. www.rftechnology.com.au

DX Radio Systems, Inc. was formed in 1988 and has been very successful in supplying repeaters and base station systems and products. DX offers the most advanced MPT1327 system available on the market today. It is designed to support 32 channels per site and features software based networking, negating the need for expensive switching. This design offers a more robust system with fewer points of failure.

DX also offers voting products, satellite receivers and comparators, plug in tone remotes, battery back-up systems, and redundant switching.

In 1991, DX introduced its own line of paging transmitters, offering both simulcast and non-simulcast systems. In addition, DX recently introduced the Communicator 6600, which is a complete, technologically advanced paging terminal that will be advanced into a complete messaging system. The DX transmitters and receivers have been developed, manufactured and supplied by RF Technology since 1990. www.dxradiosystems.com

 
For more information:

Brian Purcell, Vice President, Sales & Marketing

IPMobileNet, Inc., 16842 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 200, Irvine CA 92606, (800) 348-1477, bpurcell@ipmn.com

Don Klabunde, President

DX Radio Systems, Inc, 10941 Pendleton St, Sun Valley, CA 91352, (818) 252-6700, dklabunde@dxradiosystems.com

Kim Miyade, President

The Advertising Consortium, 10536 Culver Blvd., Suite D, Culver City, CA 90232, (310) 287-2222 theadco@pacbell.net