Data Respons wins Telecom contract worth MNOK 6.4
JULY 14, 2006, Data Respons Norway has signed contracts worth NOK 6.4 million from a customer in the telecom industry. The contract comprises delivery of advanced embedded systems. Delivery will occur in the second half year of 2006.
The contracts are a continuation of previous deliveries. The system is based on specially adapted standard communication products from Data Respons` partners. The solution will be integrated and rigorously tested at Data Respons.
- Data Responsís order income is still looking good at the beginning of the 3rd quarter and the contracts contribute to the positive trend we are experiencing for Norway and the rest of the group, says Kenneth Ragnvaldsen, CEO of Data Respons ASA. Data Responsí role is part of the customers outsourcing strategy, where we take responsibility for the solution and the customer can focus on their core competence and attain real cost savings.
About Data Respons
Data Responsí vision is to become leading in Europe within 2010 on Embedded Solutions in the industrial market. Data Respons ASA supplies Embedded Solutions to leading OEM companies, system integrators and vertical product suppliers in a range of market segments such as defence, offshore, automation, medical equipment, surveillance, transport, telecommunications and other industries. Data Responsí customers include Ericsson, Nera, ABB, BrŁel & Kjśr, Tandberg, Anritsu and Saab. Data Respons ASA is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (Ticker: DAT), and is part of the information technology index. The company has offices in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Germany. At the close of the 2nd quarter 2006 the company had a total of 167 employees.
More information on Data Respons ASA can be found on our website: www.datarespons.com
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