Pacific Control Systems acquires stake in cloud computing specialists Inframon

Pacific Control Systems (PCS), an Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud-based services provider based in the United Arab Emirates, recently acquired a 33.33 percent equity stake in Inframon Limited, a United Kingdom-based IT cloud transformation company.

The deal is expected to position PCS as a global leader in cloud services. The company is already a pioneering force in the convergence of cloud computing, managed services and large-scale data management with real-time machine intelligence.

Inframon is well-known for its expertise in helping transition large organizations to cloud technologies.

Dilip Rahulan, executive chairman of PCS, said the company has a reputation of being at the forefront of end-to-end solutions for IoT services, which PCS has provided for both governmental and private sector customers.

The stake in Inframon strengthens that reputation, Rahulan said.

“Over the last decade, Inframon has demonstrated (its) strength in creating a flexible engagement model that helps enterprises speed to market and increase their capability and capacity,” Rahulan said. “Their success can be gauged by their list of clients – some of them being the biggest names in their respective industries.”

Sean Roberts, managing director of Inframon, said the new relationship with PCS is a game changer for the company.

“We have been well-poised to grow the business globally,” Roberts said. “The relationship with Pacific Controls will provide Inframon with access to expertise and other resources that also will help to underpin the accelerated growth plans.”

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