TETRA Suppliers Announce U.S. Intentions (6/19/08)
Thursday, June 19, 2008 | Comments

By Paulla Nelson-Shira At the 2008 TETRA World Congress, held May 26-28 in Hong Kong, Sepura and EADS executives discussed plans for selling TETRA equipment in the U.S. market in the not-so-distant future.

Graham Matthews, chief executive officer (CEO) of Sepura, a leading TETRA handset manufacturer, unveiled during a press conference with RadioResource Media Group, that Sepura intends to enter the U.S. market on or before the TETRA intellectual property rights (IPRs) expire in 2012.

Jean Marc Nasr, president of EADS Secure Networks, also revealed that EADS intends to offer its TETRA products soon after the “new decade.” Both executives said that if there is demand for TETRA equipment before 2012 when the IPR expires, they will enter the market when that demand dictates.

TETRA technology, which is deployed in 100 countries throughout the world, isn’t presently available in the United States. For more information, click here.

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