Motorola expands its Danish Tetra development centre  

2005.10.17
US telecompany Motorola has employed 50 more developers at its Danish Tetra development centre this year

Motorola has employed 50 more developers at its Danish Tetra development centre this year. Tetra is a digital radio standard which enables reliable and stable communication, and is aimed at emergency services, police, airports, energy distributors and transport services. Motorola's Tetra development unit , Tetra Worldwide Systems Development, employs 350 people of whom 200 are working in the Danish division.

Recently DSB, the Danish State Railway, chose Motorola as supplier of Tetra telephones and infrastructure for S-trains, the commuter rail network which serves greater Copenhagen. The contract is worth several million DKK. Motorola also won a contract last year to supply Tetra for 1,200 buses in Copenhagen.

Motorola has won both contracts in EU tendering. Motorola in Denmark is initially focusing on the commercial market for its Tetra technology. In addition, the company has one of two national Tetra licences. It is expected that in Q2 2006 the Danish government will decide on introducing Tetra in the public sector service system. The news was reported by Computerworld.

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