Bruges - Citymesh continues to make strides towards a full-service technology company, acquiring the established PS: Radiocom. With their experience and expertise, Citymesh set up a new division specialising in mission- and business-critical solutions, led by Sylvie Debaere. This allows them to offer an even broader range of technological solutions. Roger that!
Citymesh, the challenger in the Belgian telecommunications sector, strengthens its market position with the acquisition of edpnet. This acquisition is proof of Citymesh's commitment to providing high-quality connectivity and is a natural expansion of its core mission to bring more competition to the Belgian market.
Brussels - The word is out, Jeroen Degadt will become the General Manager of telecom operator DIGI Belgium. After previous successful launches in Romania, Italy, Spain and Portugal, Jeroen will manage the Belgian roll-out. And he can use some help with that. In the coming months, more than 100 different vacancies will be open at DIGI Belgium. All the more reason to get inside Jeroen's head.
Citymesh is also establishing itself in the Netherlands, strategically close to the port of Rotterdam. Besides the office, the Belgian telecom player immediately takes over the customer portfolio, a top manager and a lot of know-how from the Dutch company Aerea Networks. This way, they guarantee continuity, combined with the innovation for which Citymesh is known.
Bruges – Citymesh continues to seek out opportunities and is now also expanding its drone department with the acquisition of the renowned Drone Division from Wielsbeke. “A logical step and one that we are happy with, especially given how much our companies complement each other,” says Hans Similon, General Manager of Citymesh Safety Drone.
Brugge - Today, Belgium's operators Citymesh and Digi announced plans to accelerate and strengthen their 5G small cell strategy in partnership with Dense Air Networks (“Dense Air”), a global shared network infrastructure provider.
CONNECTOW, the consortium consisting of the city of Wavre and Citymesh has been awarded a € 3,9 million grant from the European Digital Fund under the EU’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to jointly help shape Europe’s digital future. This unique collaboration between the EU, the city of Wavre and Citymesh clearly marks the pursuance of the European objectives set by the HaDEA (European Health and Digital Executive Agency) to realise a broad and secure European network, for and by Europeans.
BASF Antwerp is jumping on the high-speed innovation train and is building the first private 5G network in the port of Antwerp together with telecom operator Citymesh. In this way, they are not only optimising site safety, such as fire prevention and monitoring teams—they also increase both the sustainability and efficiency of the port. With more than 50 production facilities on more than 600 hectares of site, this is a true technological feat.
World's First! Keep an eye on the sky because with SENSE, Belgian Citymesh is introducing a network of 70 Safety Drones built to support our emergency services. In a world's first, police stations and fire stations across Belgium will have a Drones-in-a-Box (DiaB) solution at their disposal.
Belgian telecom player Citymesh has big plans for 2023 and is immediately pushing their ambition by acquiring the Dutch 0G network, powered by Sigfox 0G technology. In doing so, they immediately set the tone for their bold future plans, expanding into the Netherlands, Luxembourg and, if possible, the rest of Europe. The acquisition of VolkerWessels’ 0G Network is a first step.
Sensolus, specialised in connected asset management, is joining forces with telecom operator Citymesh. The partnership comes after Citymesh took over the Belgian IoT-Sigfox network last year. With this collaboration, Sensolus will gain access to the portfolio of Citymesh customers who will switch to the Sensolus platform with their trackers. Citymesh in turn expands its multi-technology offering with the IoT products from Sensolus.
Citymesh, part of the IT-group Cegeka and RCS & RDS, the Romanian subsidiary of DIGI Communications N.V. (DIGI), an EU telecommunications group, win the new entrant spectrum package in the 5G-auction and will start the build of a new (4th) national mobile network.
Only a limited part of the 5G spectrum will be reserved for a fourth telecom player: this decision was made by the Federal Council of Ministers on Thursday. This approach lowers the threshold for companies that, for example, only want to focus on a specific market segment.