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New Research Published; Are Mission-Critical Networks over 5G the … – The Critical Communications Review

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor
Mission Critical Communications are going through a great transition: From TETRA to 5G.

Alejandro Cadenas González and Masarra Mohamed of IDC ( a global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets ) are thrilled to share their latest research on a topic that’s poised to reshape how we stay connected, even in the most critical moments.
Imagine firefighters, peacekeepers, and publicsafety heroes seamlessly communicating in high-pressure situations, in an extremely reliable and secure way thanks to 5G via MCNo5G (Mission Critical Networks over 5G).

This new research dives into the transition from TETRA technology to the dynamic world of 5G. Turbocharged speeds to ultra-reliable connections and end to end emergency solutions enabled by such superb data connections, this leap offers amazing advantages also from a future proof perspective.

Whether you’re a technology provider in this space, an operator, a public safety entity, or simply interested in the possibilities that 5G can bring to this area, according to Alejandro Cadenas González, this research has something for everyone.
This research addresses the challenges, opportunities, architectures, partners, ecosystems and key recommendations to keep in mind for each player to leverage this very profitable opportunity that will also add to the #greatergood of the society.

Find the research here (subscription required).
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