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Northgate Information Solutions and Enlight have announced a new partnership.
BorderWare Technologies Inc.,announced that it has been named one of the Info Security "Hot Companies" winners for 2006.
The Secretary of Public Safety of the Brazilian State of Bahia has chosen a Teltronic NEBULA TETRA System for the state’s secure communications requirements.
EADS has received three major contracts delivering its TETRA secure communications terminals to the Belgian fire brigades,to the Irish police,and to the Dutch police.
The test results of the public tender for the Swedish National Public Safety Network,RAKEL,have been announced.
Fortek Computers has been successful in bid for a Shoreline Response Management System (SRMS) for Pembrokeshire County Council.
According to Brintex,organisers of the ACPO-APAA summer conference and exhibition,the top specialist suppliers to the police,security and public sector are proving keen to promote their presence at this year’s event.
Memex,Inc.has announced that it has been selected to provide an intelligence system to support the Los Angeles Police Department–counter Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau.
Grampian Fire and Rescue Service has chosen Fortek’s Vision as its new Command,Control and Communications Solution.
Selex has announced a further contract to supply 6,000 Personal Role Radios(PRRs)to the Canadian Army.
Five Fire Services across the UK have decided to strengthen their IT systems and to improve management of their retained resources with Rappel,Fortek’s Crew and Appliance Availability Planning tool.
O2 Airwave will be adopted by the Police Forces in Scotland and Wales to provide secure communications during the Six Nations Rugby Tournament.