A LANCASHIRE-based provider of secure wireless communications systems has deployed a radio solution to South West College in Northern Ireland.
JOHN Rullo from Derian House came in this morning to collect some radios to help them marshal their Winter Sparkle Spectacular event which takes place this Sunday (6th November) from 10–4pm at Astley Park, Chorley PR6 7HW.
IN RECENT times, we’ve seen a proliferation of portable communications devices and with each passing year they have become significantly more sophisticated. Yet, people who cited developments such as Smart-phones or VoIP as a basis for the imminent demise of two-way radio, may have spoken too soon.
To date, the 21st century has been characterised by technological growth – and the indispensible nature of secure communications has been brought into much sharper focus.
LEYLAND-based wireless communications business TES Wireless Communications (TES) has been chosen by Sepura plc to act as the sole authorised service and support organisation for all legacy Fylde Micro equipment.
SOUTH Ribble MP, Seema Kennedy last week visited Leyland-based wireless communications business TES Wireless Communications Solutions.
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LEYLAND-based wireless communications business, TES Radio Ltd. has this week announced that it has won a tender to supply radio infrastructure, two-way radios and secure communication accessories to Universities across the UK.
LEYLAND-based TES Wireless Communications Solutions has announced that it will be providing secure wireless communications to First Manchester’s new fleet of guided buses.
Recent broadband outages have once again shown that reliance on public third party networks for business communications represents a risk.