What does Voice over LTE mean to the enterprise and public safety? Join us on July 22 to find out
By Stacey Orlick, IWCE's event and content director
LTE was designed initially for data, but voice over LTE (VoLTE) is in the marketplace and gaining traction. Carriers would like to retire their 2G networks, but are services like high-definition voice, video chat and other rich communications services (RCS) compelling enough for enterprise users to adopt?
Join us July 22 at 2 p.m. Eastern time for an online learning experience on “Voice over LTE for the Enterprise and Public Safety.” Emil Olbrich of Signals Research will provide insights and a status update on the VoLTE migration for enterprises.
Meanwhile, 3GPP—the standards body for LTE technology—is in the process of developing a standard for mission-critical voice that is designed to provide the kind of dependability and reliability that public-safety agencies and critical-infrastructure entities have enjoyed only on private LMR networks. Andy Thiessen of Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) will provide insights into the development of the mission-critical-voice standard, the potential timing of its completion and when it could be a viable choice in the market.
During this one-hour webinar, our speakers will:
• Examine the advantages of LTE as a voice network;
• Provide insights and a status update on the VoLTE migration;
• Examine the development of the mission-critical-voice standard; and
• Discuss the potential timing of the VoLTE in the market and keys to its adoption in various market segments.
Use the code “blog” to pay only $79 (regular price $99), and receive a certificate of attendance afterwards. Register today!