02.15.2008 12:00 AM
Audemat Changes Name, Partners With Keynote Systems
Audemat-Aztec has officially changed its named to Audemat to ease communication.

The French company says it has grown rapidly, having recently acquired TV and FM transmitter manufacturer Ecreso and Nortek, a maker of TV monitoring, test and measurement equipment.

“It seemed simpler to use Audemat instead of Audemat-Aztec now,” said Bruno Rost, president of the Audemat Group. “It is like a return to old times when we were called Audemat, before the acquisition of Aztec,” adds Rost.

The new Audemat logo will slowly replace the old Audemat-Aztec logo over a period of one year.

Additionally, the Audemat Group has established a partnership agreement with Keynote Systems to provide a monitoring solution for mobile TV operators. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

(Radio World)


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