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November 19, 2003
FRANKFURT, Germany -– T-Systems and Motorola Commercial, Government and Industrial Solutions Sector (CGISS) will be cooperating on an exclusive basis in a digital radio project for German government agencies and public safety organisations. The two companies made this agreement in order to bid in the German federal government’s upcoming tender for establishing and operating a nationwide TETRA network (TErrestrial Trunked RAdio) in Germany.
T-Systems and Motorola aim to jointly support the police, fire brigade and other public safety-related agencies in the transition into the digital era by utilising the European radio standard TETRA.
“This partnership combines integration and operator expertise with tried and tested technology”, says Jan Geldmacher, member of the T-Systems Executive Board and in charge of worldwide network services worldwide. “We are combining the skills required to quickly and reliably establish a digital radio network nationwide for the government’s public safety and security agencies”, says Carlos Sartorius, Vice President and Director of Distribution, Motorola CGISS.
Should T-Systems be awarded the contract, T-Systems, a division of Deutsche Telekom, will set up the network, link the components together into a single system, and operate it. Motorola will be T-Systems’ TETRA system provider and technology partner.
Motorola Commercial, Government and Industrial Solutions Sector (CGISS)
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