Telus Wins Canadian Work

Telus Wins Canadian Work

Telus Corp., a Canadian telecommunications company, has won a contract worth up to $200 million to provide a managed data network to the Canadian government.

Telus of Barnaby, British Columbia, will provide the design, engineering, implementation, operation and maintenance of network services that will link 650 government locations through a high-speed data network. It will include an advanced network and application monitoring system.

The four-year contract, which contains an option to extend for four additional years, is expected to create up to 200 jobs across Canada, said Telus.

The contract award will help accelerate the company's national data and Internet protocol strategy, said Darren Entwistle, Telus' president and chief executive.

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