EADS bids for emergency services digital network deal

European aerospace giant EADS will at least double its Irish operations if it wins the government tender to supply a new communications network to the emergency services, according to Jean-Marc Nasr, president of the company’s secure networks divisio

30th September, 2006

European aerospace giant EADS will at least double its Irish operations if it wins the government tender to supply a new communications network to the emergency services, according to Jean-Marc Nasr, president of the company’s secure networks division (EADS SN).

EADS SN, whose parent company owns Airbus and Eurocopter, recently put in a consortium bid with BT Ireland and Siemens to replace the existing network with a digital one. The tender is estimated...

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