CCW 2015: Rohill certifies Siemens C3 Solution and announces contract wins

Siemens intelligent dispatcher and AVL system can now be used with Rohill’s TetraNode; announces upgrades to SETAR network in Aruba and Netherlands transport win

CCW 2015: Rohill certifies Siemens C3 Solution and announces contract wins

Rohill made several announcements at Critical Communications World 2015 including the news that it has validated and certified the C3 Solution from Siemens Convergence Creators for interconnection with Rohill’s TetraNode (pictured) networks.

The Siemens IFDS C3 Solution is an intelligent Dispatcher and AVL system that serves as a single and seamless interface to all communications systems and is designed to bring these together for more efficient C3 operations.

Designed to fit all budgets without restricting options for growth and system expansion if needed, the C3 Solution is available as both IP line and wireless connected variants.

The applications are fully scalable and cover requirements from Entry Level Lite to fully featured nationwide C3 solutions.

Rohill upgrades SETAR network in Aruba
Servicio di Telecomunicacion di Aruba (SETAR), the leading telecommunications service provider in Aruba, has chosen Rohill’s TetraNode solution to upgrade their current network.

Rohill’s TetraNode network for SETAR was first installed in 2005 and expanded several times in the last decade. The current system consists of a redundant TetraNode eXchange and nine base station systems, as well as integration to telephony, voice-data logging system, NodeView, Dispatching solution and AVLS.

The upgrade of the equipment will increase the capacity of SETAR’s network and enable the SETAR system to run TetraNode’s newest features, including LTE interconnection capabilities.

Rohill wins Netherlands transport project
Rotterdamse Elektrische Tram (RET), the main public transport operator in Rotterdam, has selected Rohill’s TetraNode solution to replace their current MPT1327 radio communication system.

The new TETRA system is scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2016 and will comprise a geo-redundant TetraNode eXchange and 21 base station sites, guaranteeing high availability, sufficient capacity and security, as well as optimal radio coverage.

In addition the system will have integration to telephony, voice-data logging system, radio user assignment and CVL control. RET operates 35 bus lines, 11 tram lines and five metro/light rail lines in Rotterdam and the surrounding municipalities.


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