Norway selects XOmail communication system
Norwegian defense authorities selected Thales to provide its interoperable communication system supporting secure information transmission initiatives.
European defense company Thales received the follow-on contract from the Norwegian Defense Procurement Division to extend its XOmail communication technology.
Under the award, Thales will develop its XOmail to support an interoperable secure information exchange among the Norwegian armed forces from mission critical decision makers to soldiers on the ground.
“Providing secure communication solutions is at the core of Thales’s competences which have been proven through decades,” Glenn Pedersen, Thales vice president in Norway, said in a statement.
“This is a major development contract and we are looking forward to enabling interoperability supporting effective communication, both within the Norwegian armed forces and toward allies.”