Publisher in £4m deal

Media group Trinity Mirror has signed a £4.8m deal with telecoms provider Energis for the provision of mission-critical network...

Media group Trinity Mirror has signed a £4.8m deal with telecoms provider Energis for the provision of mission-critical network infrastructure for the production of its newspapers and magazines.

The company, the UK's largest newspaper publisher, with more than 250 titles including the Daily Mirror, will use the Energis network to transmit content to its print sites 24 hours a day.

The service, which is based on Cellconnect and Frameconnect technology, is designed to enable reporters and editors to gather information rapidly and securely, so that news can be produced within deadlines.

Cellconnect will provide the infrastructure to send multimedia through the Energis wide area network and Frameconnect will manage connections between Trinity Mirror's sites.

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