ESN certifies Sierra Wireless’s in-vehicle router

Sierra Wireless’s Airlink MG90 multi-network vehicle router has been certified and approved for use on the UK’s Emergency Services Network (ESN).

ESN will eventually replace the Airwave TETRA network, which is currently being used by the country’s emergency services for mission-critical voice services. It uses EE’s radio access network and a dedicated core, in combination with extended area services sites that are being built for the Home Office and will house EE’s active radio equipment. ESN will serve potentially up to 300,000 users and connect up to 50,000 vehicles.

The AirLink MG90 selects the best network available based on user-defined policies. It also offers multi-network connectivity in the form of dual LTE-Advanced Pro, dual concurrent Gigabit Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet, with extensions to Private Mobile Radio (PMR) and satellite systems. It is purpose-built for vehicle power environments and is optimised to withstand extreme transient surges and temperatures. The MG90 can be used in combination with the company’s AirLink Connection Manager, a mobile-optimised virtual private network (VPN) server and the AirLink Mobility Manager, a network and device management system.

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