Moxa Receives 2nd Supplier Excellence Award From Northrop Grumman

Moxa received the 2012 Supplier Excellence Award for the second time since 2010 from Northrop Grumman for its technical performance, mission assurance, financial performance and management performance, according to Northrop's standards. Moxa and 25 other suppliers were recognized with the award this month in Chantilly, Va.

"From both a technology and a service standpoint, Moxa has always been driven to develop new and better ways to meet critical customer requirements," said Moxa President Ben Chen. "We are honored to be recognized by Northrop Grumman, and we look forward to developing future industrial communication solutions for them."

Moxa provides industrial communication solutions to Northrop Grumman. Its industrial communication and computing hardware is rated high for reliability in demanding operating conditions.

"The value that Moxa provides to very large customers such as Northrop Grumman is not only the high reliability of our communication products, but the high degree of flexibility, sophistication and customization that we make possible," said Charles Chen, embedded computing business manager for Moxa. "We have spent the past eight years working closely with Northrop Grumman to develop tailored products and services, and we are honored to have earned their continued trust and recognition."

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