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C&W deploys Tandberg video conferencing for National Grid

Tuesday 13 April 2010 | 11:16 CET | News
National Grid is set to cut carbon emissions by 80 percent before 2050 through a new telepresence and video conferencing system delivered by Cable & Wireless Worldwide and Tandberg. The deployment of the video conferencing system is part of Cable & Wireless Worldwide's 15-year GBP 207 million contract with National Grid to design, deliver and manage a dedicated Next-Generation Operational Telecommunications Network (OpTel NGN) to support National Grid's Core Network Infrastructure and Operational Systems. C&W selected partner Tandberg to provide the telepresence and video conferencing

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Cable & Wireless Worldwide / Tandberg
Countries: United Kingdom
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