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06 May 2009

INTRACOM TELECOM announces Multi-Million Projects in Russia

01 05 2009 - INTRACOM TELECOM, a part of SITRONICS, announced two frame contracts worth USD 45 million in total, for the supply of INTRACOM TELECOM’s point-to-point (INTRALINK) and point-to-multipoint (WiBAS) radio equipment to MTS Russia, the country’s largest mobile operator.

The duration of both frame agreements is 12 months, while the turnkey implementation of the WiBAS project has been undertaken by INTRACOM SVYAZ, the Russian subsidiary of INTRACOM TELECOM. Mr. A. Manos, Managing Director of INTRACOM TELECOM, commented: "This new sizeable project is a major step in our successful cooperation with the leading mobile operator in Russia, and further enhances our company footprint in the CIS region"

INTRACOM TELECOM has been innovating in the wireless access and transmission field for over 15 years, having successfully developed and deployed point-to-point and point-to-multipoint systems with numerous operators in Europe, Middle East, America, Asia and CIS. The company has strategically focused and is investing heavily on the continuous evolution of its wireless product lines. In the growing shift to broadband, IP based converged networks, INTRACOM TELECOM is incorporating the latest standards and state-of-the-art technologies in order to deliver cost effective wireless solutions that address the new requirements of its customers.

Source: WebWire



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