Nokia makes LTE public safety move

Nokia has expanded its critical communications portfolio with launch of Nokia Group Communications.The launch incorporates a number of new features including support for real-time push-to-video for 1,000 active users and 20,000 push-to-talk active users per single server. Software for the licenses are offered on a pay-as-you-grow basis.The devices will also be compatible with 3G and Wi-Fi networks to ensure high service availability if LTE coverage is not an option.

Henri Tallon, Head of Public Sector at Nokia said

“Nokia Group Communications further bolsters our comprehensive public safety offer with capabilities that will help first responders react more effectively in a crisis. With new applications like push-to-video, fully standards-ready, we can ensure public safety teams are better informed of a situation and therefore enhance safety and security for all concerned.”


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