Thales will supply and operate communications for the European Union Force based in the Central African Republic to help with field operations and other military missions.
Systems and technologies to be used in the Central African Republic will include satellite communications and secure voice over Internet Protocol services capable of working simultaneously and quickly in field operations, Thales said today.
“This success with EUFOR in Central African Republic is a further endorsement of the operational value of our turnkey network operations services and our ability to guarantee extremely high levels of reliability and availability for users,” Gérard Herby said, Thales Services Director of secure communications and information systems activities.
Thales provides information systems to military and user organizations, such as NATO’s International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, which the company has delivered communications services to for eight years.
EUFOR intends to connect its presence in Bangui and an EU command station headquartered in Larissa, Greece to the Central African network.
The company will have a high level of Thales telecommunication service and on-site personnel to operate the systems tirelessly and effectively for EUFOR’s deployment in Central Africa