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Sepura says Astrid extends contract

15 November 2016 09:17

Sepura said ASTRID, the government-owned company responsible for Belgium's public safety TETRA network, has awarded the company significant contracts together worth approximately €2m.

The contracts consist of a five-year support and maintenance agreement for ASTRID's existing Sepura applications, as well as a contract to develop an innovative extension to the location services component which will, from 2017, be able to track both TETRA and 3/4G devices running on ASTRID's Blue Light Mobile (BLM) high-speed data service.

The second generation of BLM will be launched in 2017 and will provide single-SIM-card access to all Belgium's commercial 4G network operators, offering priority and pre-emption for voice and data within a secure environment for the end user - laying the foundations for the convergence of traditional PMR usage and the data-rich capacity of LTE.

At 9:17am: (LON:SEPU) Sepura PLC share price was +0.88p at 21.63p

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