Radio Holland signs Cisco maritime IT development deal

(l-r) Edwin Prinsen (Cisco); Dennis Mol and Gert Kaijen (Radio Holland Group); Harald de Wilde and Daan de Groot (Cisco Netherlands) (l-r) Edwin Prinsen (Cisco); Dennis Mol and Gert Kaijen (Radio Holland Group); Harald de Wilde and Daan de Groot (Cisco Netherlands)

Radio Holland Group has signed a strategical agreement with Cisco, with the two companies to cooperate on the development of maritime ICT solutions in areas such as remote monitoring and diagnostics services, data management and networks on board.

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