Long-Term Evolution

  • Mar 4, 2015

    Line2: CEO Doug Brackbill discusses company's Wi-Fi calling service for enterprises

    Line2 CEO Doug Brackbill talks about his company’s enterprise Wi-Fi calling service and its ability to support seamless roaming with cellular networks during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson....More
  • Mar 3, 2015

    How to make multi-agency collaboration a reality in a FirstNet world

    A fundamental goal of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) is to enable multimedia communication and collaboration between all first-responder agencies, which is a challenging task. The good news is that numerous advanced technologies are available today to help deliver on the promise of secure, seamless multi-agency collaboration....More
  • Feb 24, 2015

    Three years after its creation, it is time for FirstNet to begin making key decisions

    Three years after being established by Congress, FirstNet has not made as much deployment progress as many public-safety and industry officials had hoped. However, most of the main components appear to be in place, so 2015 should see the FirstNet board make key decisions about the much-anticipated nationwide broadband network for first responders....More
  • Feb 22, 2015

    Raven Electronics: Brett Dawson discusses interoperability features of company's M4x platform

    Brett Dawson, owner and president of Raven Electronics, describes the interoperability capabilities of the company's M4x technology platform, which also enables network managment. The solution lets end users communicate seamlessly between LMR and cellular technologies, which enable myriad partnership opportunities with dealers and other solutions providers....More
  • Feb 18, 2015

    Sierra Wireless: Larry Zibrik highlights new AirPrime modules that support LTE-A worldwide

    Larry Zibrik, vice president of market development for Sierra Wireless, discuses the capabilities of the four new AirPrime embedded modules that the company announced yesterday. The modules, which are designed to support LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology worldwide, are expected to be incorporated in new laptops and tablets by early 2016....More

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