Global telecommunications giant Ericsson has been selected to supply United Nations peacekeeping missions around the globe with their own LTE networks, providing mission-critical communications capabilities.
Motorola has released Dimetra X Core, a new Tetra system to support mission-critical communications for public safety as well as enterprise organisations including utilities, public transport and oil and gas companies, and for use with large events.
Motorola has partnered with New Zealand’s biggest telco, Spark, to deliver a two-way radio solution that will enable the New Zealand Fire Service’s 10,000 career and volunteer firefighters to stay connected to their colleagues in the field.
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