Ministerial committee recommends investing billions in Tetra tech  

2006.04.03
An inter-ministerial committee in Denmark recommends that billions are invested in Tetra mobile technology in the public sector service system

An inter-ministerial committee in Denmark recommends that billions are invested in Tetra mobile technology in the public sector service system. Tetra is a digital radio standard which enables reliable and stable communication, and is aimed for example at emergency services and the police.

The committee, headed by Erik Justesen, Denmark's deputy national police commissioner, proposes that the task of supplying the Tetra net is put out for tender. Motorola is thought to have a strong position for winning the contract, since the company has one of two national licences in Denmark. Motorola also has a large development unit for Tetra technology located in Denmark.

Last year 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 was worth several million DKK. The news was reported by Computerworld.

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