Tetra | Lte | 2021-11-30

Motorola Solutions Implements Redundant X-Core Switch Technology on Entropia TETRA Network in The Netherlands

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

Motorola Solutions is deploying the new geographic redundant X-Core switch technology on the nationwide Entropia TETRA network in the Netherlands.

The private TETRA network provides secure mobile mission-critical communications service to a wide range of end-users and has now grown into the largest Motorola TETRA network within the BeNeLux countries.

The new digital radio technology will provide all Entropia customers such as Special Investigation Officers (BOA), security sector, airports, the petrochemical and logistics sector, monitoring sewage pumping stations, weir monitoring, controlling tram lines, measuring underground water levels, etc. with a unique state-of-the-art modern switching technology.

The new dual TETRA X-Core network will also provide interconnectivity between TETRA and broadband such as 4G and 5G. In addition to the national TETRA network, broadband connectivity with an independent Entropia SIM is now also being connected to connect the integration between narrowband and broadband.

Harrie Schoonewille, MD Entropia: “Communication technology is a vital ally for our customers. Every day they are confronted with situations where every second counts and can work together simply and easily.” 

Philip Vercruysse, CEO Entropia: "Our TETRA communication solutions are proven and trusted by private and public (security) agencies for many years. We will continue to support mission critical services for many years and now offer the highest availability of all mobile networks. coverage. In Q1 and Q2 of 2022, another 5,200 Km2 will be added to the existing 72,000 Km2 coverage, in combination with broadband technology."