Dutch minister said in an earlier statement that the migration to the new mission-critical public safety network will take place next month.
In a letter to the Dutch parliament, the Dutch Minister of Justice and Security, Ferd Grapperhaus, reported that the migration of the new mission-critical communications TETRA network C2000 is expected to take place in the first quarter of next year. The Dutch Ministry said in an earlier statement that the transplant will take place next month.
The total delay in the migration of the mission-critical communications TETRA network in the Netherlands is three years, as the network was originally scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2017.
Grapperhaus stated that he is following the recommendations of the C2000 Update Steering Committee.
“In the next few months, all parties are committed to completing the migration, and I will inform Congress of the latest developments by the end of this year. I want to emphasize that even after successful implementation, IT of this size It also takes some time for the project to meet all expectations.
He organized a non-public technical briefing on the migration of voice networks for members of Congress to give parliamentarians further information. Here, the final situation regarding the preparation of the actual migration and the subsequent process of updating the radio management in the control room can be given.