2063 — Ericsson to provide transmission network to New Zealand Police

Mar 21, 2006 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

Ericsson has signed a contract with New Zealand Police to provide MINI-LINK microwave radio systems, transmission products and support, to help the police build its own internal nationwide communication network.

Richard Harkett, New Zealand Police Manager explained that “Ericsson was chosen for the deal because of its extensive global expertise, local knowledge and proven performance. Its solutions are reliable and they meet our precise requirements.”

Ericsson’s ongoing work with the police includes the supply of key mobile security software, Ericsson Mobile Corporate Access, which the police will use in its project to turn police cars into mobile police stations.

Ericsson has also completed the upgrade of the New Zealand Police’s current telephony platform in its rural areas to Ericsson IP telephony. Three thousand IP phones are installed to provide a more cost effective and efficient service. The Police will upgrade the remaining 6,500 Ericsson phones to IP telephony phones using the new server based platform MX-ONE.


Notícias – Press-Releases