Rohill Technologies B.V.
Rohill, is a communications technology company dedicated to the development of professional mobile communications systems for mission-critical applications.
Rohill, The Netherlands is a communications technology company dedicated to the development of professional mobile communications systems for mission-critical applications. Over the years Rohill has gained a strong reputation in supplying leading-edge hardware and software radio communications products to mission critical environments. Its expertise and organisation further allow Rohill to offer a wide range of customer-specific solutions.
Rohill is the company responsible for the next-generation TetraNode solution. Fully compliant with the popular open TETRA standard, TetraNode creates the perfect multi-vendor environment, while offering the added benefit of its unique, integrated, multi-protocol capability.
One main advantage of TetraNode is its ability to interconnect individual networks enabling nationwide coverage step by step. In addition, Rohill, The Netherlands works closely with professional - often local - system integrators and value adding resellers providing the extra mile in assuring quality services.
In the past, individual companies were proud to offer a complete range of wireless telecommunications solutions. In the late 20th and early 21st century, however, advances in computer science and digital technology led to the development of extremely complex mobile communications networks.
This requires a high degree of specialisation. Whereas larger players may still believe in supplying all-inclusive, closed hardware and software solutions, communications specialists such as Rohill clearly understand customer-specific requirements and market trends, in particular the trend towards specialisation, translating them into the most advanced solutions.
Rohill's mission, therefore, is to:
- Remain a specialist in the ever-evolving professional mobile radio communications market.
- Satisfy the stringent requirements of organisations for which communications for command and control is of vital importance.
- Make systems available based on open, flexible and scalable platforms.
- Permit the customer to benefit from a competitive, multi-vendor environment.