SR Telecom wins $14 million Sudatel contract
Canada’s SR Telecom has recently signed a contract with the Sudan Telecommunication Company (Sudatel) worth €15.5 million ($14.23 million) to extend the country’s telecom network into rural areas in central Sudan. Equipment deliveries are expected to begin in the fourth quarter of the current fiscal year.
SR Telecom designs point-to-multipoint wireless access solutions, which include equipment, network planning, project management, installation and maintenance services. Its products are used in over 110 countries.
The company has received orders in excess of $16 million from various customers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the year. Included in this total is a recent services and equipment contract worth eight million dollars. — (menareport.com)
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