AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 10, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Xplore Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:XPLR) today announced that it has received yet another purchase order - its fourth since 2014 - from one of the nation's largest telecommunications service providers. This order for Xplore XSLATE B10 fully rugged tablet PCs and accessories brings the total value of this multi-year, multi-million-dollar project to now more than $19 million. Xplore partner Prosys will configure and ship the XSLATE B10 tablets to this new group of field-based end-users beginning in November 2016. The telecom operator began equipping thousands of Cable Splicing Technicians across the United States with Xplore rugged tablets in 2014 and 2015. Most recently, they placed a follow-on $1 million order for Xplore Bobcat and XSLATE B10 fully rugged tablets in May 2016 to support the customer's growing workforce mobility demands. With this newest order, hundreds of Outside Placing Technicians within the telecom service provider's Construction & Engineering Group will also be empowered to complete critical workflows while in the field using XSLATE B10 rugged tablets. Read other press releases related to this customer:October 2015: Xplore Technologies Secures Additional $1.1 Million Follow-up Order from Major U.S. Telecommunications ProviderApril 2015: Xplore Technologies Secures $9 Million Follow-up Order from Major U.S. Telecommunications Provider Mark Holleran, president and COO of Xplore, noted: "This customer's return on investment has been so impressive over the last three years, they've chosen to repeatedly expand their utilization of Xplore rugged tablets across multiple field service operations nationwide. The operational improvements documented by this industry-leading telco, and the internal efficiencies gained by using our rugged tablets, simply cannot be replicated by any other mobile computer form factor or any of our competitors' rugged tablet offerings. Xplore's platforms provide more rugged mobility, more core strength and power under the hood, as well as greater security and workflow flexibility."