Sepura and RWE Power TETRA agreement continues
The contract will see round-the-clock TETRA network support for the site at Rhenish lignite mining area, and will include the delivery, installation and commissioning of a system upgrade comprising a central node, 24 base stations, a non-redundant emergency base station and in-house repeaters. The updated system will be fully IP-based.
The original system, installed in 2006, utilises more than 3000 Sepura radios. Users will experience no downtime throughout the upgrade process.
“With a lignite coal production of more than 90 million tonnes and a power generation of around 70 billion kWh per year at the Rhenish lignite mining area alone, the company is a giant in its field,” said Hooman Safaie, Sepura’s regional director for DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland).
“This contract marks the beginning of a new kind of relationship. It will allow us to improve the performance, predictability and quality of RWE Power’s network services, whilst meeting its evolving communication needs over the coming years.”
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