Ascom wins large contract in Enterprise for power plant in Germany

Jul 3, 2019

Ascom wins a contract to modernize the communications installations and person security in one of the largest power plants in Germany. The contract over 10 years amounts to around CHF 1 million.

Ascom has gained a large contract for its Enterprise product line in Germany. One of the largest power plants in Germany will be supplied. For more than 10 years the power plant has trusted in the DECT communications system of Ascom with a personal emergency signal system to protect the employees.

The won contract encompasses the migration of the existing communications system to the modern IP-DECT system of Ascom. More than 1,000 new base stations and over 200 robust IP-DECT Protector terminals are used.

Francis Schmeer, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer from Ascom, says: "This contract not only proves the long-term trust of customers in our offers and expertise, but also our ability to provide communications and workflow solutions to large industrial facilities. With the upcoming launch of the Ascom Enterprise Platform, we will be even better positioned to meet the various needs of its broad customer base outside the healthcare sector."

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