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Australasian Critical Communications Forum Ltd logoAustralasian Critical Communications Forum Ltd
C/o MV Anderson
Level 5, North Tower,
485 Latrobe Street
Melbourne
Vic 3000
Australia
Mobile: +61 408 571 556
www.criticalcommsforum.com.au

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Austrian Ministry of Interior
Directorate Digital Services
Unit IV/DDS/12
Technologiestrasse 5
A-1120 Vienna
Austria
VIENNA
A - 1120
Austria
Tel: +43591339831211
https://bmi.gv.at/

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National Government Body
Basque Government
Larrauri Mendotxe bidea 18
Erandio-Bizkaia
48950
Spain
http://www.euskadi.eus/hasiera/

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Administration
Bayerisches Landeskriminalamt Autorisierte Stelle
Orleansstrasse 34
Munchen
81667
Germany

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National Government Body
Administration
BDBOS logoBDBOS
11014
Berlin
11014
Germany
www.bdbos.bund.de

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Administration
Belgian Federal Police logoBelgian Federal Police
DGS/DST/DTRC
Rue Fritz Toussaint 8
1050 Brussels
Belgium
Mobile: +32 474 500 618
https://www.politie.be/5998/nl

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User
Administration
Bittium Wireless Ltd
Ritaharjuntie 1
Oulu
90590
Finland
Tel: +358403445203
www.bittium.com

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Manufacturer Peripheral / Component
BSI
Postfach 200363
Bonn
53133
Germany
Tel: +4922895825523
www.bsi.bund.de

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National Government Body
National Government Body
BT logoBT
1 Braham Street
London
E1 8EE
United Kingdom
https://business.bt.com/

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Operator
Integrator

BT supports around 1.2 million businesses and public sector organisations and over 32 million consumer customers. Defence, central government, emergency services, the NHS, critical power and water agencies, all depend on BT. Every year BT handles over 39 million 999/112 emergency calls before passing on to the relevant service. And every day BT protects its infrastructure, networks and customers against 6,500 cyber-attacks.
And, through its award winning EE mobile network, the biggest and fastest in the UK, BT provides resilient mission critical broadband communications for Britain’s Emergency Services Network (ESN). By ensuring quality-of-service, plus priority and pre-emption over other network users, emergency services and first responders can depend on the network so they can stay focused on their life-saving work.
Together, BT and EE are constantly evolving networks. Simplifying legacy estate whilst rapidly building new strategic architectures and constantly innovating to ensure mission critical performance.
BTG
Heidestein 7
Driebergern
Rysenburg
3971 ND
Netherlands
Tel: +348495045
www.btg.org

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Byne
Rod. José Carlos Daux,
4120 - CIA Primavera - Sala A06 - CEP: 88032-005- Saco Grande
Florianópolis/SC
Brazil
Tel: +55 48 99183 1333
www.byne.com.br

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