Comms giant to roll-out TETRA in northern Brazil


Teltronic has announced that it will provide a TETRA system to the Brazilian state of Ceará.

According to the company, it will supply a “private communication network on TETRA technology that will provide a voice and data transmission service to different public safety agencies, including firefighters, and civil and military police.” Teltronic will deploy its integrated TETRA NEBULA infrastructure, providing coverage to the entire state.
Speaking of the roll-out, Teltronic CEO Juan Ferro said: “This project will further increase our share in the Brazilian public security market, giving greater visibility to the company. It is a good example of the efficiency and reliability of our systems for other Brazilian states and other South American countries.”
The state of Ceará - which is bigger than Greece in terms of landmass – is located in the north of Brazil. Teltronic has also conducted work elsewhere in the country, in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador de Bahia and Brasilia.

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