Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Trendspotting: The rise of the public safety network

 A Knowledge Network Article by Huawei


Monday 05 September 16

The ever increasing threat to public safety from terrorist attack, natural disaster, crime, and disease is driving governments to examine the use of cutting-edge information and communications technologies as they seek to establish advanced public safety telecom systems.  Currently, dedicated public safety networks adopt the narrow-band digital trunking technology, which is outdated uses low bandwidth and offers poor mobility. Narrow-band digital trunking can no longer meet the increasing needs of multi-media services on public safety networks and instead, LTE broadband trunking, offering high bandwidth and all IP-based operation, is becoming the mainstream in the market. It is the era of LTE-based public safety networks. Operators are playing an increasingly important role in deploying public safety networks…

The ever increasing threat to public safety from terrorist attack, natural disaster, crime, and disease is driving governments to examine the use of cutting-edge information and communications technologies as they seek to establish advanced public safety telecom systems.  Currently, dedicated public safety networks adopt the narrow-band digital trunking technology, which is outdated uses low bandwidth and offers poor mobility. Narrow-band digital trunking can no longer meet the increasing needs of multi-media services on public safety networks and instead, LTE broadband trunking, offering high bandwidth and all IP-based operation, is becoming the mainstream in the market. It is the era of LTE-based public safety networks. Operators are playing an increasingly important role in deploying public safety networks…

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