Hytera to upgrade Netherlands' national TETRA network

Hytera Communications Co. Ltd

Wednesday, 01 July, 2015

Officials from the Netherlands’ Ministry of Security and Justice and the CEO of Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH, Matthias Klausing, have signed a contract for the renewal of the country’s C2000 TETRA national network.

C2000 is used by all emergency services in the Netherlands. As one of Europe’s first nationwide TETRA systems, the end-of-life had been reached for most of the current system’s hardware and software.

The contract will see the network renewed over the coming years, in three parts: the voice network between control rooms and emergency workers (T2000), the paging network for the alarm system (P2000) and the radio control for the control room.

Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH was provisionally awarded on 5 March 2015 for the voice network part of the system. The signing of the new contract has changed the provisional award into a final award.

“We are more than happy that our hard and convincing work during the tender phase and providing the best offer led us to the award of the contract,” said Matthias Klausing, CEO and President of Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH.

“We are looking forward to realise the project in trustful partnership with the Ministry of Security and Justice as well as with the winners of part 2 and part 3 of the tender.”

Matthias Klausing, CEO and president of Hytera.

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