KDN, a subsidiary of Kenya's Sameer ICT Group, ordered approximately $900,000 worth of Alvarion BreezeACCESS, OFDM and WALKair products to expand its existing broadband wireless networks.
With these network deployments, KDN is now emerging as a local loop operator.
Both NANA and KDN were eluted with a flow rate of 0.
Both NANA and KDN were measured by multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) in the negativeion mode, using transitions m/z 308.
KDN sought to establish a platform that would allow it to provide localised content without the need to pay for international capacity, reducing the entry barrier for customers, particularly those in rural areas.
The solution from Strix Systems was deployed by KDN to meet customer demand for an Internet solution that is both affordable and easy to access and will allow the operator to service clients in a non-line-of-sight environment.
According to the company, KDN
plans to extend services to another ten towns in the following weeks and eventually to the capital city of Nairobi.
Contact point(s): KDN
Dachverband Kommunaler IT-Dienstleister
According to Datasonic, the secure identity and personalisation system solutions provider, its fully-owned subsidiary Datasonic Technologies Sdn Bhd has accepted the letter of award (LoA) from KDN to supply the passport documents from Dec 1, 2016 to Nov 30, 2021.
23 million to KDN, with validity period commencing from Dec 1, 2016 to Nov 30, 2022.
According to Datasonic, its wholly-owned subsidiary Datasonic Technologies Sdn Bhd (DTSB) is in receipt of the letter of award from KDN
for the proposed contract.
Rahmenvereinabrung on External IT consulting and support, customizing and IT development services for KDN