Thrane & Thrane Awarded Contract

Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Thrane & Thrane has been awarded a contract by Inmarsat to supply and install two Radio Network Controller stations in Hawaii. This is one of the first contracts awarded to start implementing the necessary BGAN infrastructure to support the 3rd Inmarsat-4 satellite. The contract delivery is planned to take place over the next two fiscal years. Installation of equipment is planned to be completed during this fiscal year whereas integration and testing is scheduled for the following fiscal year. Thrane & Thrane has worked with Inmarsat since 2001 to design, manufacture and install BGAN Radio Network infrastructure with a total value for Thrane & Thrane over this period of more than DKK 500 million.
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