Switzerland : ASCOM bags two substantial orders

August 2014
TendersInfo News;8/20/2014, p1
The article informs that the telecommunications company Ascom has acquired substantial orders with a combined value of high single digit Swiss franc. It mentions that contract has been secured by the Wireless Solutions division from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customer and the order includes a Dect wireless network platform and handsets for mission-critical communication.


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