Saxony govt gets new ICT network

Wednesday 5 April 2017 | 14:49 CET | News
The German state of Saxony announced the start of a new high-speed network for public services. The SVN 2.0 network will support all the state's administration and e-government services, as well as facilitate voice and video calls over a new VoIP system for civil servants. Around 800 state and 450 municipal authorities as well as 1,300 schools in Saxony will use the network. The core network offers capacity to start of 2.5 Gbps and can be scaled up to 60 Gbps. A total of EUR 150 million is budgeted for the operation of the network over the next five years.

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