On Friday police, ambulance workers, fire fighters and others involved in the complex emergency response gathered at NSW Government House to be officially thanked. NSW Police and emergency services workers who assisted during the Lindt Cafe siege gathered at NSW Government House to be officially thanked on Friday. NSW Police and emergency services workers who assisted during the Lindt cafe siege listening to NSW Premier Mike Baird thank them for thier services.
The New South Wales government revealed a $2.8 million upgrade of the radio communications network used by the state’s emergency services.


The NSW Telco Authority, which operates the Government Radio Network (GRN), has partnered with Optus and Digital Distribution Australia (DDA) for the planned upgrade, which is expected to be completed this autumn. The Telco Authority will spend $2.8 million to upgrade equipment at each site to take advantage of the new backhaul services, while Optus and DDA will bear their own costs to make the required changes to their own infrastructure to link in each site, the spokesperson said.
The upgrade will enhance communications and network performance for the Ambulance Service of NSW, the Rural Fire Service, State Emergency Services and NSW Fire and Rescue, said Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Stuart Ayres. Computerworld's twice-daily news service keeps you in touch with the latest, most important headlines from Australia and around the world.






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