Companies and organisations where SITELLA is active

2operate A/S

2operate A/S develops and supplies solutions including the 2solve system, which simplifies and streamlines operation and troubleshooting of mobile networks. This improves the mobile operators’ service quality, operational economics and customer service. Likewise, their climate action and green profile can be strengthened through the EcoRAN product for intelligent control of power consumption in the radio access network.

Dencrypt Holding ApS

Dencrypt Holding ApS was founded in 2013 by Kaj Juul-Pedersen and Professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen, the Technical University of Denmark, with the aim of exploiting the professor’s invention of dynamic encryption to develop and market products that protect mobile communications from tapping/bugging while also being easy to use. The Technical University of Denmark and its staff were also made co-owners. Dencrypt Holding holds the exclusive right to use the invention.

Dencrypt A/S

Dencrypt A/S develops and provides secure communication solutions based on the principles of Dynamic Encryption. The use of Dencrypt’s solutions allows all companies and organisations to communicate confidentially — via both voice and text/data — with a combination of advanced encryption technology and great ease of use.

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

The Technical University of Denmark is an international technical university founded in 1829 by H. C. Ørsted with the aim of “developing and utilising the natural and technical sciences to the benefit of society”. The Technical University of Denmark’s educational programmes, research-based consultancy and innovation rest on a solid foundation of world-class research.


ATV, The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences, is an independent, member-driven think tank that works to ensure that Denmark is one of the five leading Science & Engineering regions in the world for the benefit of future generations. Academy members assist in implementing recommendations from projects in knowledge environments and companies.

Danish Railway Museum

The Danish Railway Museum is more than 100-years-old and, in 1975, found its permanent location at the railway station in Odense. The museum aims to communicate railway history to broad population groups and show that the railways played, and continue to play, a vital role in society and affect the daily lives of all people in Denmark. The museum includes a large collection of rolling stock, from the first steam locomotive Odin (replica), the B45 built by Stephenson&Son in 1869 to express trains.

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