NCR receives network infrastructure contract from Ultra Electronics
Feb 14, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
NCR Corporation, a technology company, has received a contract to provide the networking and computing infrastructure, web check-in, information kiosks and unified telephony for the new Muscat International and Salalah Airports, currently under development in the Sultanate of Oman, from Ultra Electronics Ithra, a provider of airport information solutions.
"The network and compute infrastructure is the backbone of Ultra's work as a master systems integrator - I have no doubt that NCR will deliver state-of-the-art IT infrastructure in support of our delivery of world-class airport systems," said Ultra Electronics Ithra Programme Director Grant Levy.
Work has begun on the two new terminals and is scheduled to be completed in 2014. Under terms of the contract, NCR will design, install, test and manage voice, data and wireless infrastructure; networks; archiving and storage solutions; compute infrastructure; web check-in solutions; and airport wayfinding solutions.
"There is tremendous opportunity for NCR to facilitate this anticipated growth in airport construction, leveraging our core competencies, self-service expertise and comprehensive services network to help airports in the region design and deliver an exceptional passenger experience," said NCR Travel vice president and General Manager Tyler Craig. "NCR is making everyday easier for airport managers and travelers by transforming the traveler experience at all points throughout the journey."
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