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Matrix Comsec felicitated with ELCINA Award for Excellence in Research and Development

Ganesh Jivani, Chief Executive of Matrix (L) and  Satish Jha,–Senior Sales Manager (R) -ACTA receiving the ELCINA Award

Matrix Comsec, a leading manufacturer of telecom and security products, was conferred with the prestigious 46th ELCINA Award for Excellence in Research and Development for the year 2020-21 at the glittering Award Ceremony held in New Delhi on 22nd October 2021. The award highlights Matrix’s commitment to R&D and its track record of launching innovative and cutting-edge products.

Commenting on the achievement, Ganesh Jivani, Chief Executive of Matrix said, “We are happy to win the prestigious ELCINA Award for Excellence in Research and Development. We thank the jury for recognizing Matrix for its research, innovation and design capabilities. Matrix offers cutting-edge physical Security and telecom solutions in more than 50 countries including many first-world technologically advanced nations. With 250+ R&D engineers and world-class processes and infrastructure, Matrix is committed to designing cutting-edge high-performance solutions. This accreditation is a validation of our innovation and design capabilities that will go a long way in motivating us towards building world-class solutions.”

Electronic Industries Association of India (ELCINA) is one of the largest and oldest associations in the country and was the first in India to institute the Awards for Excellence in Electronics in 1976. It recognizes the remarkable achievements of all the electronics and IT hardware companies having their R&D and manufacturing in India. With the Ministry of Electronics & IT, Government of India (MeitY) extending its support, the ELCINA Awards hold great esteem in the industry circles.

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