Eurotech Receives Major Follow-On Order

AMARO, Italy /PRNewswire/ -- Eurotech, a leading supplier of embedded technologies, products, and systems, announces a $1.35 million follow-on order from a long-term customer. The order is for the embedded computing platform for an industrial controls application that manages environmental controls for hospitals, schools, and other buildings where facilities managers need to efficiently operate lighting, heating/cooling, security, and other systems.

"Through this decade-long relationship, the customer has relied on our commitment to its program success and on our capability of delivering the embedded computers that are at the heart of this customer's industrial controls application," said Greg Nicoloso, Chief Executive Officer of Eurotech in North America. "We are looking forward to contribute to the success of next programs."

About Eurotech
Eurotech is a publicly listed global company (ETH.MI) that integrates hardware, software, services, and expertise to deliver embedded computing platforms and sub-systems to leading OEMs, system integrators, and enterprise customers for successful and efficient deployment of their products and services. Drawing on concepts of minimalist computing, Eurotech lowers power draw, minimizes physical size, and reduces coding complexity to bring sensors, embedded platforms, sub-systems, ready-to-use devices, and high-performance computers to market, specializing in healthcare, security, defense, transportation, industrial, and energy segments. By combining domain expertise in wireless connectivity as well as communications protocols, Eurotech architects integrated solutions that simplify data capture, processing, and transfer over unified communications networks. Our customers rely on us to simplify their access to state-of-art embedded technologies so they can focus on their core competencies.

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