Xplore Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:XPLR) has received numerous new ultra-rugged tablet orders from an OEM customer totaling over $3.2 million. These XC6 M2 tablets are being integrated into a tailored third-party offering and then re-sold to the U.S. military as part of an underway multi-million-dollar assignment that commenced in 2012 to improve secure communications and sensitive data collection in the field.
Mark Holleran, the CEO and President of Xplore, expressed that Xplore rugged tablets have been engineered to boost the missions of both their customers and their clients, the ultimate end user. The value of their collaborative work with this OEM client to design and offer a top-performance military-grade mobility offering remains unparalleled, even as peers’ attempt to penetrate the industry. The XC6 M2 consistently meets the specialized interests of the United States military while physically safeguarding the service members completing projects in both sea and land-based theaters of operation.
Over the preceding five years, many Intel®-supported XC6 M2 tablets have been utilized by U.S. military branches to perform comprehensive situational awareness and real-time data assessment, even in the most remote and rugged regions. The C1D2/ATEX and IP67 supported ultra-rugged tablet platform has shown to be the most reliable and adaptive Windows® mobile system for the data-intensive requirements of mission planning, surveillance, training, command and control.
Xplore marks as the Rugged Tablet Authority™, manufacturing powerful, customer-defined and long-lasting rugged tablet PCs since 1996. In the present time, Xplore provides the broadest portfolio of rugged tablets and the most comprehensive lineup of rugged tablet accessories.
Its mobility offerings are purpose-built for the utilities, energy, military and defense, telecommunications, distribution, public safety, manufacturing, government, field service and healthcare sectors. The firm’s award-winning military-grade systems are also among the most longest lasting and powerful in their class, built to endure almost any environmental extreme or hazardous condition for years without fail.
In the last trading session, the stock price of Xplore jumped more than 5% to close the day at $3.97. The gains came at a share volume of 260,118 compared to average share volume of 208,294. After the recent gains, the market cap of firm was noted at $43,69 million.