Croatias ENT signs EUR 5.9mn contracts in Bosnia, Montenegro, Kosovo.

By bne IntelliNews March 21, 2013
Croatian telecoms equipment manufacturer Ericsson Nikola Tesla (ENT) said it signed contracts worth more than HRK 45mn (EUR 5.9mn) in Bosnia, Montenegro and Kosovo. The first contract was signed with Kosovos telecom operator Ipko for the upgrade of its mobile network elements engaged in data transmission and implementation of new WiFi solutions, the ENT said in a filing with the Zagreb bourse. The second contract was signed with Bosnian telco HT Mostar and concerns the extension of the radio part of its network and the delivery of radio links for their interconnection. The third deal was signed with Montenegros Crnogorski Telekom and defines collaboration on the modernisation of a packet switching core network.

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