November 2008
Urgent Communications;Nov2008, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement made by Tyco Electronics M/A-COM on New York's $2 billion Statewide Wireless Network, which was noted to be ready for testing by the Office for Technology (OFT). In addition to the approved testing, all the technical problems of Tyco that have been raised in the OFT's notice of default, issued in August 2008, have been settled. The scheduled system test will be in November 2008, while the operation test will be in December 2008.


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