Putting it all together

(Advertorial) Huawei’s recently launched eLTE MCCS solution offers public safety organisations an end-to-end package that allows them to reap the operational benefits unlocked by multimedia and big data, without compromising on mission-critical voice and with easy migration from narrowband networks

Today’s public safety organisations are often frustrated by the limitations of legacy narrowband communications, with the over-dependency on voice resulting in incident commanders not getting the information they need, which in turn leads to slow decision making and inefficient procedures that can waste seconds during situations where every second counts.

While some of these issues can be addressed through the use of commercial mobile broadband networks or a separate private network for data, neither approach is ideal, given the additional costs associated with using two networks and the best-effort nature of today’s mobile networks.

Over the past few years, Huawei has become aware of these issues through working closely with its public safety customers and as a result of its in-depth research, Alex Deng, VP of Huawei Technologies says that the company came to realise that the best way to address these problems was to create a comprehensive solution that is deeply embedded into public safety user’s daily work-flows. This, the eLTE Multimedia Critical Communications System (MCCS), was recently launched at Critical Communications World. Deng explains that it “will be able to break down the barriers which create information siloes, to facilitate cross-department collaboration and create opportunities for big data mining and for better intelligence.”

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