Ron Lyons, vice president of sales and business development for Simoco Americas, outlines the company’s plans to offer Tier 3 DMR at the end of the month during a discussion with UC Editor Donny Jackson at this week’s Communications Marketing Association (CMA) conference in Nashville, Tenn.
Conde Nast, publisher of some of the world’s best-known consumer magazines, uses an IT alerting system called PagerDuty—developed by the San Francisco-based company of the same name—to let its IT team know when network problems arise.
Cambium Networks’ new ePMP point-to-multipoint solution is designed to help address broadband connectivity in emerging markets, as well as solve backhaul issues for enterprises and public-safety video surveillance.
While the decision by Congress to take back spectrum from 470-512 MHz–the so-called T-band airwaves–upset many in public safety, business/industrial users in the band are even more frustrated, because the FCC has frozen activity within the swath of spectrum.
Nextel Communications co-founder Morgan O’Brien tells UC editor-in-chief Glenn Bischoff that the private radio industry “can’t sustain” business models revolving around narrowband technology, so it should look to broadband LTE. O’Brien made the comments last week in St. Louis at the 2013 Wireless Leadership Summit, which was sponsored by the Enterprise Wireless Alliance (EWA) and USMSS.
Morgan O’Brien–co-founder of Nextel Communications and the first to propose a nationwide broadband network for public safety–says the private-radio industry also needs to migrate to broadband technologies like LTE to flourish.