Kourassis, possessing extensive experience in the field of optical fibers and the installation of telecommunication networks, undertakes in collaboration with Unisystems the implementation of one of the largest public works, Syzefxis II, and specifically the development of the project in the prefectures of Evros, Rodopi, Evrytania and Chania.
The goal of the SYZEFXIS II project is to create the “telecommunications network” for the entire Greek Public Sector, through which upgraded electronic communications services, such as telephony, internet, video, etc., will be provided at a reduced cost. The project, which is essentially the “core project” for the creation of the Public Sector Network (PNET), is the evolution and expansion of the SYZEFXIS – SYZEFXIS I project and includes the supply of all the necessary infrastructure, as well as all the necessary telecommunication services for an indicative number of approximately 34,000 public buildings, thus covering a very large percentage of the telecommunications needs of the public sector.
The main goals pursued in the SYZEFXIS II Network are:
The development of a new generation open network of the Public Sector, based on advanced network technologies, which will offer high-level telecommunications services to public bodies.
The provision of basic online services (e-mail, video conferencing, web hosting, etc.), advanced network security services and voice and video services to the operators and consequently, the improvement of their operation.
Ensuring the required network infrastructure for e-government projects.
Ensuring electronic interoperability between public services for fast and secure exchange of information.
The unified service of the citizens, with automated and user-friendly systems of information and processing of transactions with the State.
The rationalization and assessment of the needs of Public Bodies for electronic communications services.
The reduction of the state’s telecommunications costs and the creation of economies of scale through the aggregation of demand for related services in the Greek Public Sector.