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Xilica pledges allegiance to Amber Technology

Xilica pledges allegiance to Amber Technology

Xilica pledges allegiance to Amber Technology

ANZ:

In the wake of the recent news that the Hills Audio Visual (AV) business had been acquired by Amber Technology Limited, DSP systems manufacturer Xilica has announced that it will be staying loyal to the team already representing it in Australia and New Zealand. Xilica will therefore be moving its distribution in the region over to Amber Technology, following the former Hills AV team.

‘Since joining with Hills, we’ve seen incredible growth from its skilled AV team,’ said Barry Steinburg, Xilica’s regional sales manager. ‘As that same team moves over to Amber, we’re delighted to reaffirm our belief and commitment to them as our preferred partner to deliver award-winning, ultra-modular DSP technology right into the heart of the ANZ region. We wish them and our joint customers a very smooth transition, and we’ll be ready to support them with the tools and resources they need at this important time.’



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