Hytera Introduces Convergence-Native Next-Generation Critical Communications Solutions

Shenzhen, China–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hytera, the global leader in business communication technologies and solutions, hosted an online launch event on 26e May, delivering his investigation and insights into next-generation critical communication with the launch of the Convergence-native next-generation mission-critical networks white paper and multiple product portfolios, converging to create a new “hybrid” era for the critical industry.

Critical communications are evolving

The main driver of critical communication systems is to ensure the overall effectiveness and efficiency of emergency management, for example, critical situations involving high risk to life and property, and operation in the most extreme circumstances. more extreme or specific. While evolving to MC broadband, the PMR, which has a proven track record of high availability and security, is still essential for emergency operations and guarantees MC voice communication, anytime, anywhere. venue. As such, PMR continues to be “indispensable” especially in emergency communications, while MC LTE complements PMR with more robust communications within existing coverage, adding more geographies, increased data speeds and improved capacity.

As OMDIA predicted, 80% of active MCC radios worldwide will be digital by 2025. Critical LTE broadband and improved critical networks will open space for coexistence. The beginning of a new “hybrid” era is to retain reliable PMR technology such as TETRA, DMR and PDT for much-needed voice communication, while offering additional services and features with integrated LTE broadband solutions.

Convergence-Native, an optimal long-term solution towards convergence

The Hytera White Paper Native next-generation MCC architecture for convergence introduces that, the very nature of mission-critical communications technology is constantly evolving and optimizing to stay ahead of the curve and ensure its performance against potential threats in the most challenging of circumstances.

In addition to reliable, resilient and secure voice, MCC technology must meet demands for enhanced multimedia features and services. Critical technology will pivot on data and multimedia to power the necessary technological improvements that ensure reliable information exchange and efficient data analysis to aid the decision-making processes of emergency responders in the field and the smooth running of critical business operations.

In the white paper, Hytera aims to demystify the evolutionary path of mission-critical communications by leveraging MCC research from fundamental trends driving the market and the coexistence of PMR technology with mission-critical LTE/5G. In addition, it aims to highlight the impact of converged native hybrid networks in the future of mission-critical communications, along with a detailed list of strategic requirements for solutions, implementation and future operations of the next generation of critical networks.

Product Innovations with the Convergence-Native Framework

Hytera also launched its new products including 5G XSecure Rugged Device PNC560, PTToC Mobile Radio MNC360 and Dual-mode Rugged Radio PDC680.

The PNC560 delivers mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) over the 5G/LTE network with ultra-fast speed and low latency, supporting team communication and collaboration with a single key press. It also uses a multi-layered security mechanism embedded in the hardware and software design to provide comprehensive and adequate data protection on the device.

The MNC360 is a Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PTToC) mobile radio designed for in-vehicle communication, providing reliable, loud and clear voice service for various field communication scenarios.

The Android 10-based PDC680 combines mission-critical DMR radio with a smartphone in one device. It uses the power of narrowband and broadband technologies to deliver critical voice calls, video transmission and positioning.

To download the whitepaper, go to: https://bit.ly/3NAOgQI

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