Critical Infrastructure

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  • Feb 10, 2016
    audio

    IHS: Omar Talpur seeks input from LMR users, administrators on potential LTE transition

    Omar Talpur, market analyst for IHS Critical Communications, discusses research he is doing on a hot topic in the industry. When (or if) the much-discussed transition from LMR communication to LTE communications will happen and what factors might drive such a change. If you are an LMR user, administrator or help influence an LMR budget, you can participate in the study (and potentially win a gift card) by taking a 10-minute survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/IHS_Critical_Communications_Broadband_2016....More
  • Jan 21, 2016
    blog

    Program finalized for IWCE's Network Infrastructure Forum; advanced registration ends next week

    New at IWCE 2016 is the Network Infrastructure Forum, hosted by IWCE and AGL Media Group, which will feature a content-rich program that examines hot topics in the space, from towers to small cells and in-building solutions. But register before Jan. 29 to take advantage of discounted pricing....More
  • Jan 19, 2016
    Commentary

    Technology enables agile storm response by utilities

    The weather forecast calls for events that will cause more potential outages, and this poses significant challenges to even the best-prepared utilities. But the good news is utilities can win the battle, especially if they properly use mobile technologies to prepare for storms and execute the appropriate response as quickly as possible....More
  • Jan 12, 2016
    News

    Some things we don’t know yet that could impact FirstNet’s ultimate success (updated) 1

    Nothing happens in a vacuum. As we wait for FirstNet to release its RFP, here are some questions that FirstNet is not positioned to address right now, but finding answers to them could be critical to the success of the nationwide public-safety broadband initiative. (Updated with correction about spectrum-cap impact)...More
  • Dec 16, 2015
    audio

    Hughes: Tony Bardo discusses SANDy Act, role of satellite in making communications resilient

    Tony Bardo, assistant vice president for government solutions at Hughes Network Systems, talks about network-resiliency aspects of new federal legislation proposed by Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ), as well as the role that satellite can play in important initiatives such as next-generation 911 and FirstNet....More

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