3D-P, the leading resource for technologically-advanced onboard open-sourced computing platforms and wireless networks, announced today that it is retracting a previous statement released on May 1st, 2012 with regard to BHP Billiton and the execution of a Global Agreement and the naming of 3D-P as “In-Pit Wireless Infrastructure Vendor of Choice”.
“3D-P does not hold a global agreement with BHP Billiton and has not been chosen as the “In-Pit Wireless Infrastructure Vendor of Choice.” It is not in our practice to release such information unless otherwise expressly approved by our clients and in this case it was an error that solely rests with 3D-P. 3D-P would also like to at this time apologize publicly to BHP Billiton and any affiliates for any confusion or concerns that may have arisen as a result of the aforementioned press release.
Should there be any questions with regards to this press release or the aforementioned press release they should be directed to [email protected] and will be answered promptly.
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