|Val d’Oise, a trusted territory
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The Val d’Oise has long been the home of big names in the telecoms sector, such as Sagemcom, Sagem-Mobile, Thales, Archos and Huawei, etc. Some of them started in Bezons, or located their head office there like Atos (86,000 employees across 66 countries), a leading company in the areas of digital services, systems consultancy and integration, outsourcing, Big Data and security. The momentum for telecoms in Val d’Oise is also down to the presence of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l’Electronique et de ses Applications (ENSEA) delivering high-level training in electronics and signal processing, the École Internationale des Sciences du Traitement de l’Information (EISTI) and the École d’Électricité, de Production et des Méthodes Industrielles (ECAM-EPMI), training engineers in Cergy-Pontoise. The Val d’Oise covers all areas of the telecoms sector..
Hi-tech equipment manufacturing
LeThe Val d’Oise is home to numerous telecoms equipment manufacturers - and not exactly minor ones, either.
Archos specialises in tablets and smartphones, revolutionising the consumer goods market and developing fast. It has moved to be closer to Logic Instrument, which specialises in electronics for professionals. Located in Domont, the company has been selling rugged laptops and mobile phones for use in hostile environments for 10 years now. Time Reversal Communications (Thales) produces encrypted phones and has unique expertise in the field of wireless communications and secure portable devices. A subsidiary of the Safran Group, Sagemcom is a world leader in the market of high value-added communication terminals (decoders, Internet boxes and electronic meters, etc.).
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