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Motorola will deliver TETRA hardware, software, services, and maintenance to Nodnett, Norway's national public safety network
January 10, 2007
OLSO, Norway -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT - News) announced today that the company will supply core network infrastructure, software, implementation services and maintenance to deliver, together with Siemens, a TETRA radio communications network for the Norwegian national public safety network, Nodnett, the new multi agency digital radio communication system owned by a new separate administration body, under the Ministry of Justice and the Police.
The network will be based on Motorola's TETRA Over IP switch solution and Motorola Dimetra IP, which offers a resilient, robust and reliable network for seamless communication. Motorola's technology and services also support the future development of the nationwide system, including the provision of higher data speeds to support the deployment of advanced mobile data solutions.
"The tender is technology neutral. The Siemens-led team, which includes Motorola, provided the most compelling national public safety network. It scored highly in evaluation from a technical and cost perspective, and met the requirements we set out in the brief," says Tor Helge Lyngstol, director and general manager of Nodnett. "The IP TETRA solution proved the most robust, modern and seamless solution available."
Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT)
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