Cybercom secures turnkey deal in Sweden

Consultant Cybercom is to help an equipment provider design a radio base station in Sweden, but declined to name the client. The company stated that the order is worth more than €2.1 million over 15 months.

'We're thrilled to receive this acknowledgment from one of our key customer,' said Magnus Andersson, MD of Cybercom in Gothenburg.

He added, 'Cybercom has been running several of these projects in its facilities,' said Dan Dehlen, account manager at Cybercom. 'This new contract in a future area demonstrates that we have the capabilities to help customers meet their market windows via rapid ramp-up of skilled engineers.'

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