Sepura Partners with DAMM for North American TETRA Market (11/26/13)
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 | Comments

Sepura launched a TETRA line in the 800 MHz frequency band, specifically aimed to address the North American market. This move enables customers in the U.S. and Canada to source a complete TETRA solution, from robust, reliable terminals and infrastructure through to efficiency enhancing applications.

“With this strengthened 800 MHz offering, Sepura demonstrates its commitment to provide solutions for the ever-increasing community of TETRA users in the North American market,” said Steve Cragg, president, Sepura. “Support in the 800 MHz frequency band is a crucial step in Sepura’s ongoing market development. Earlier this year, we made a very successful entry into this market with the delivery of a complete TETRA solution to Toronto Transit Commission (the third-largest public transport system in North America). Critical communications organizations in North America are now able to take advantage of Sepura’s highly flexible and cost effective TETRA portfolio.”

Sepura is releasing the STP9000 series of hand-portables and the SRG3900 mobile radios in 800 MHz and is partnering with Damm Cellular Systems for infrastructure in an exclusive agreement for the North American market.

“At Damm we are very excited about this technology partnership with Sepura for the North American LMR market,” said Per Skovsund, director of Damm’s Systems Business. “This agreement brings together the unique requirements of the fast growing TETRA market in U.S. and Canada and also combines the strengths of two of the TETRA industry’s strongest product portfolios and brands. We are confident of the success of this partnership as it delivers a very targeted and unique offering to all professional users of radio communications in the region.”

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