CWG radio network to be established by HCL and Motorola
December 31, 2009
Source: MM Network
By: Media Mughals
Government of the national capital of India has awarded the project to establish radio network before the approaching Commonwealth Games 2010 to HCL Infosystems and Motorola.
During the timeline of the projects, worth Rs 100 crore, the two companies will be setting up the country’s first exclusive Government Radio Network (GRN) called the TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) communication network.
HCL Infosystems is India’s premier hardware, services and ICT systems integration company. Motorola accounts to be a global leader in mission-critical government radio networks.
The TETRA facility will facilitate swift and secure communication among various Government agencies like the Delhi Police, Fire Services, Hospitals, Public Works Department and the Delhi Transport Corporation during the Commonwealth Games and beyond.
HCL Infosystems and Motorola will jointly collaborate with all Delhi Government departments to deploy a secure communication network for seamless inter-department communication. As the world's largest TETRA supplier, Motorola has been supporting the critical communication needs for metros and airports around the world. Whereas, HCL Infosystems has been a pioneer in innovation and using technology to deliver citizen benefit programs.
The project will help to improve on the security and communications infrastructure of the national capital of India and will also firmly place New Delhi in the leading cities of the world.