Virve connections for Finnish Defence Forces
The Finnish Ministry of Defence (MoD) has authorised the Defence Force to renew its four-year contract with State Security Networks Group Finland for Virve radio network connections and services, the Finnish MoD announced on 10 May.
The contract will cover subscriber connections, fixed connections and services for the Virve network. The approximately €8.4 million contract will be in force from 2019 to 2023.
State Security Networks Group Finland was established to take care of the maintenance and operation of Virve, a radio network for use by public authorities.
The company is currently responsible for the operation and construction of communications networks and other security networks used by public authorities for ensuring security in society, and for the provision of related services and consultancy.
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