Thales SIX GTS France S.A.S
Thales is a leading international electronics and systems group, serving defence, aerospace and security markets worldwide. The group’s civil and defence businesses develop in parallel to serve a single objective: the security of people, property and nations. Thales employs more than 67,000 people in 50 countries and generates revenues of more than € 13 billion. More than 20 % of Thales revenues are devoted to R&D with dedicated people and organisation. Thales is involved in more than 50 countries for international development and through local partnership with research institutes.
Digital technologies, mobile communications, integrated services and the integration of multimedia services into communication devices offer new business opportunities and are completely changing the face of Telecommunications. Thales has been one of the driving forces behind these changes, and the features and functions that are now available are already part of the company’s product offering for government agencies and major organizations.
Thales Communications & Security (TCS) is a subsidiary of the THALES group and belongs to The Defence & Security C4I Systems Division, world leader in critical information systems and secure communications.. Thales Communications & Security, with 7 000 employees in 14 countries has a solid European base as well as a strong presence in the United States – the world’s largest communications market, in Republic of Korea, Australia, Canada and South Africa.
(Submitted and approved by Olivier Hachet on 2013-02-04)
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