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What will you find on the Hytera stand (E20) this year?

​Hytera, the global Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) communication solutions provider, is proud to be participating in the Critical Communications World exhibition and conference as a platinum sponsor. This year, you can be a winner with Hytera. Pre-register for a tour of the Hytera stand and claim a free gift when you join us at the event for your personalised tour.
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Private LTE Networks, a developing story

​LTE technology is emerging as a strong option for private networks. Manufacturers such as Huawei and ZTE have been developing partnerships to offer private systems for utilities and transportation customers for some time.
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How mobile operators benefit from CCW 2018

Today, mobile network operators in many parts of the world support critical communications users with commercial mobile broadband service. Though these end users have unusual requirements calling for high network reliability and priority access in times of trouble, few networks offer service support designed to meet the needs of critical communications users. As described in our earlier note on the opportunities for mobile network operators, new network features added since 3GPP Release 11 set the stage for just those types of high-performance beyond-consumer-grade service offerings. Of course, service offers are more than just technology options. Critical Communications World 2018 offers a valuable opportunity for mobile network operators to gain a better understanding of the unique needs of this challenging customer base.
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Moving forward in the transport sector

Outside the emergency services, it is difficult to find a sector as reliant on critical communications than transportation. The efficient flow of aircraft, trains and ships depends on the coordination of extensive mobile field forces dispersed across broad geographies. With lives and property at stake, the communications requirements are mission-critical and call for robust, high-performance communications systems.
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What to expect for mission-critical IoT

Soon after the U.S. government awarded operation of its FirstNet program to AT&T, attention shifted to internet of things (IoT) innovation that the network could foster. Sometimes referred to as the "Internet of Life-Saving Things," the basic idea is to leverage a mission-critical mobile broadband communications network to boost safety and improve public safety mission effectiveness.
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