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"We believe that our new company and a refocused business strategy will help ReliaSat better connect with our customers and partners, positioning us for greater success in the years ahead," said Mike Gleaves. "We are excited to build a legacy of innovation and excellence as we expand our business in the UK and global satellite communications sector."
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Arralis Technologies acquired by ReliaSat
by Staff Writers
Chippenham UK (SPX) Mar 01, 2023

ReliaSat Limited, a UK-based employee-owned enterprise, has acquired Arralis Technologies, a leading manufacturer of millimetre wave communications technology. The acquisition includes all of Arralis Technologies' European intellectual property and manufacturing facilities, which will be rebranded under the ReliaSat name.

ReliaSat was founded by former Arralis Technologies CEO Mike Gleaves, who will continue to lead the company. The acquisition is part of ReliaSat's strategy to specialize in the high growth market for Ka-band high data rate satellites, targeting present and future low-earth orbit constellations. In addition, ReliaSat will design and manufacture space antennas from S-band to Q/V-band, flat beam steering antennas, and ground-based transceiver systems.

The acquisition of Arralis Technologies is significant for several reasons. First, millimetre wave communications technology is critical for the development of high data rate satellites, which are essential for modern telecommunications and data transfer. By acquiring Arralis Technologies, ReliaSat is positioning itself as a leader in this market.

Second, ReliaSat is an employee-owned enterprise, which means that the company is wholly owned and operated by its employees. This unique business model creates a sense of ownership and investment in the company's success, which can lead to greater innovation and customer satisfaction.

Finally, ReliaSat's refocused business strategy and acquisition of Arralis Technologies give the company complete control over the production of its millimetre wave communications technology. This will ensure quality control and consistency across all products, which is essential in the highly competitive global satellite communications sector.

"We believe that our new company and a refocused business strategy will help ReliaSat better connect with our customers and partners, positioning us for greater success in the years ahead," said Mike Gleaves. "We are excited to build a legacy of innovation and excellence as we expand our business in the UK and global satellite communications sector."

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