May 8th, 2019 - In 2019 at the Seguridad World Expo in Mexico City (2019 Security Expo), the Motorola solution demonstrated the mission-critical equipment LEX L11 and announced that LEX L11 has been awarded the developer of the Red Compartida project Altán Redes certification.
The Motorola LEX L11 mission-critical LTE device is designed with public safety in mind and will be ready to run on Red Compartida.
WAVE PTX is a software that connects LEX L11 or two-way radios to other smartphone-like devices, enabling people to benefit from broadband for seamless communication.
In addition, WAVE PTX software will enter the Mexican market by the end of 2019 and will allow connection to P25 standard and all Motorola Solutions systems and public safety agencies.
WAVE PTX is an application for users who use LEX devices, because LEX devices have specific features, such as easy access and dedicated emergency buttons and push-to-talk buttons to meet the needs of public safety users, effectively responding to emergencies.
In 2016, Altán Redes won a tender for the construction of the LTE shared network Red Compartida, promising to bring the network to cover 92.2% of Mexico's population, exceeding the government's minimum requirement of covering 85% of the population.
The Red Compartida Shared Network Project is an international public-private partnership led by the Mexican Department of Transportation (SCT) and the Telecommunications Investment Promotion Agency (PROMTEL) and the Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT); the project will have a total investment of more than 7 billion in 9 years. The US dollar is funded by international and local investors.
“This certification is an important step in our entry into the Mexican market and an important step in our establishment as our strategic partner for the public safety forces, bringing our latest innovations to this country. The LEX L11 device and its WAVE PTX software will enable users Being able to experience the benefits of instant, reliable and interoperable communications brought by broadband. This is just the beginning, and we will continue to bring innovation and make Mexico more connected, safer and smarter,” said Jane, Vice President, Motorola North America, Motorola Solutions Te Fernandez said.