Hytera, a global provider of innovative Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) communications solutions, has debuted its next-generation P-LTE convergence communications solution, which includes a P-LTE Mission Critical Services (MCS) solution and PoC handset.
With this, Hytera has the capability of converging broadband and narrowband, public and private networks to provide on-demand communications solutions for public safety, emergency response, rail transit, airports, and the energy industry.
The Hytera P-LTE MCS solution complies with both LTE and MCS standards, and encompasses trunking terminals, base stations, evolved Trunking Core network (eTC), mCS trunking servers, network management, and dispatch applications. Overall, the system features high QoS, low latency, backup, and means to better secure data and its transmission.
Hytera also has a PoC solution over 2G, 3G, 4G, and WiFi networks for customers, in which they can buy additional hardware for private management, or rent cloud servers. The Hytera PoC solution interconnects both narrowband and broadband networks to provide a seamless user experience on voice, call control, and dispatch services.
“The demand for broadband and smart systems among industrial customers is setting the direction for the business,” says Yelin Jiang, Executive VP at Hytera. “Hytera’s convergent communications solution can help customers merge into public networks and even the Internet, and enable customers to achieve successful business innovation and transformation with a rich set of smart available applications. Hytera would like to build wider partnerships in the ecosystem, and create greater value for industrial customers by leveraging its deep insight into the PMR industry, as well as Internet technologies and cloud services.”