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2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. announces an application competition on the theme “utilising UMTS products”

Added: (Tue Sep 15 2009)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Prague, September 2009 – 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. has announced an open competition for the best application scenario using the UMTS router 2N® OfficeRoute. The owners of the three best entries will win a 2N® OfficeRoute telecommunications solution, which features high-speed data for mobile offices.

In announcing this competition, 2N challenges all experts, students, technicians and engineers with telecommunications experience to apply their creativity. The company will be looking for entries that include original, widely-applicable yet simple proposals, which make the best possible use of the potential and features of 2N® OfficeRoute. This UMTS router (developed by 2N) provides a wide range of solution options for the mobile office, IP PBX, savings on calls and faxing.

The competition is open to the whole technical community. Some basic terms and conditions for submitting entries apply, and full details of the competition can be found on the company website at http://www.2n.cz/news/company_news/win-three-umts-routers.html. The competition has already begun, and the closing date for entries is 30.9.2009. After having judged the technical solutions and features, the panel of experts will select three winners in mid-September.

About 2N

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. has been a symbol of stability and prosperity in the telecommunications industry for 18 years. Hard work and advanced know-how has culminated in the company becoming a leading worldwide telecommunications supplier. Their portfolio consists of GSM Gateways, PBX Systems and communicators for doors and lifts. 2N works with operators like T-mobile, Vodafone, Telefonica and O2, as well as system integrators, all around the world.

Submitted by:Katerina Kollnerova
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