Telent is a leading technology company and specialist in the design, build, support and management of the UK’s critical national infrastructure, drawing on decades of experience in mission critical communications and technology. We enable organisations to create, improve and operate the ICT and communication networks that their businesses and operations depend on.
Telent are at the heart of many of the UK’s and Ireland’s best-known organisations, with a strong focus on key areas including transport, emergency services, network providers and the public sector. Our expertise, accreditations and knowledge make us a trusted partner for organisations at the forefront of the digital revolution.
Telent was chosen by EDF Energy to provide a multi-faceted, IT and communications package at Hinkley Point C, the UK’s first nuclear plant to be built in 25 years. Under the agreement, Telent will design, install and commission the communications and IT system for the new power station. This will include a dual data centre infrastructure and both wireless and wired communications networks to connect approximately 150 buildings. This network infrastructure will support a unified communications and messaging platform. It will also provide a multi-service on-site radio network, including integration with the Emergency Services Network (ESN), CCTV, Public Address and Voice Alarm system, Integrated Command and Communications System and Site-wide TV Distribution.
"This network upgrade is a significant long-term investment to ensure we can continue to meet customer expectations now and in the future. We are pleased to be working with telent which has a long history and strong reputation in the design, upgrade, build and maintenance of critical networks."
Ian Kelly, CEO, Sure Group
"East Sussex Fire & Rescue Services are investing in a major IT infrastructure refresh and new capabilities to support the business needs of our service and Telent will provide critical support to ensure we deliver efficiently, effectively and maximise digital and technological opportunities."
Dawn Whittaker, Chief Fire Officer & Chief Executive, East Sussex FRS
"I wanted to put on record my thanks for the work that went into RTIG interface development. I went to one of the sites that has this functionality a couple of weeks ago and the bus priority interface was straightforward to use and worked first time when I mapped some additional triggers."
Joel Dodsworth, UTMC Manager Highways and Transportation, Leeds City Council