Maceo Woodward, software development manager for Kenwood USA, explains that as smartphones increasingly find their way into the workplace many organizations will need to integrate them with their LMR systems, and that Kenwood is well-positioned to enable that integration.
Alan Perdue, the new executive president for the Safer Buildings Coalition, talks about the organization’s effort to ensure that first responders have in-building communications during this conversation with UC Editor Donny Jackson at the recent LTE North America conference in Dallas.
Newfield Wireless CEO Marc Bensadoun describes his company’s solutions for LTE network planning and for measuring network performance after deployment. Bensadoun spoke with UC Editor Donny Jackson during the recent LTE North America conference in Dallas.
Omar Refaqat (left), senior manager for Ercom, and Guy Lecurieux Lafayette, Ercom’s vice president of marketing, outline the company’s ability to help operators–possibly even FirstNet–simulate LTE coverage for myriad site configurations, so the operators can design their networks more efficiently. Ercom is an exhibitor at the LTE North America conference in Dallas.
The Multi Agency Communications Center (MACC), which is a consolidated public-safety answering point (PSAP) that serves Grant County, Wash., had to consider several factors before finding the right migration technology to supplant its legacy analog network.
Mike Bostic, Raytheon’s director of customer advocacy for public safety and security, tells UC Editor Donny Jackson that the potential multi-vendor environment is very different than the traditional sole-source LMR systems that public safety has used in the past.