Nokia solution will provide broadband public protection and disaster relief (BB-PPDR) and IoT services in the Czech with Nordic Telecom.
First aid personnel use the new band of LTE equipment. Greatly improve public protection, and relief work paved the way
Last month, Nokia and Nordic Telecom launched the world's first mission-critical communications LTE network in the recently opened 410-430 MHz band. Nokia will provide a future-oriented mobile broadband solution, and Czech operator Nordic Telecom will provide innovative services through mobile broadband networks to quickly help public protection and disaster relief.
This network supports real-time video and data applications, and key communications based on LTE networks are the greatest needs of global disaster response responders. In addition to meeting mission-critical requirements, high security, high data rates and low latency, the public safety community also covers a wide area and is supported by low frequency bands.
The recently opened band 410-430 MHz is now available as a dedicated band for mission-critical communications/disaster broadband wireless communications (PPDR) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in Europe, and mission-critical communications and mobile broadband applications will accelerate the arrival of LTE.
"We look forward to demonstrating to the market that modern and next-generation mission-critical communications services can be delivered over LTE networks," said Nord Corn Telecom Investment Manager Jan Cornej. "We are pleased to partner with Nokia and provide a completely secure and future-proof solution. Dedicated local team, technical consulting and professional service support."
Ales Vozenilek, head of Nokia Czech, said, "The superior capacity and throughput performance of LTE networks enable first responders to use applications such as video to get better information and faster action. Advanced prioritization mechanisms provide mission-critical services Availability and our solutions will now introduce new services in the marketplace, opening up new partnerships in key communications network ecosystems."
Nokia will deploy its LTE wireless network solution to meet IP-based network technologies, Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology, and install mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPPT) applications such as team communications.