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ENEL ENDESA Awards SIAE MICROELETTRONICA Group for a Fibre to Microwave Transport Frame Contract
SM Optics is part of the award for optical services and equipment

July 06, 2015 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
MILAN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In the effort of renewing and expanding the existing telecommunication infrastructure ENEL ENDESA selects SIAE MICROELETTRONICA GROUP as sole supplier for the Spanish and Peru transport network. Latest generation of microwave radio, WDM, auxiliary equipment, network management system and related professional services including the complete network design are part of the supply.

“This multimillion dollar award based on the deployment of an end to end network is very important for the group”

In Spain the new network will modernize the country backbone with high capacity WDM system interconnecting the different electrical substations. The use of microwave radio as spur links is to aggregate lower order traffic as well as offering data services to local offices in the different country locations. In Peru the network extension is based on microwave radio only.

"This multimillion dollar award based on the deployment of an end to end network is very important for the group" says Farid Khanouch, head of sales for Industry and Public Sector in SIAE MICROELETTRONICA, adding "this re-enforces our presence in the energy sector"


SIAE MICROELETTRONICA, founded in 1952, is a leader in wireless communication technology. Present in over 25 countries it offers to national and multinational operators advanced technological solution for microwave and millimetre wave transport, services and design. In 2014 the group has founded SM OPTICS, a company driving innovation in fiber based communication, counting on a proven management and R&D team with 20+ years of experience in the optical domain as well as delivering comprehensive professional services.

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