Polaris, Nemergent Complete Mission-Critical Interoperability Tests
Tuesday, June 05, 2018 | Comments

Polaris Networks and Nemergent Solutions announced completion of interoperability tests between Polaris Networks’ NetEPC and Nemergent’s Mission Critical Services (MCS) application server.

The end-to-end tests were facilitated by the adoption of Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) standards for mission-critical and public-safety communications, defined in Releases 12, 13 and 14 specifications, by both companies in the products. The companies tested a range of mission-critical services including mission-critical push to talk (MCPTT) private calls, group calls and multiple private calls.

“Working together, Polaris and Nemergent can help build wireless networks that not only delivers mission-critical voice services but multimedia services as well,” said Aditya Saraf, Polaris vice president of business development.

Polaris Networks said it has been working with the Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) lab in Boulder, Colorado, for more than four years to research and test features and capabilities in the core network infrastructure of Long Term Evolution (LTE) to deliver critical communications services. Polaris customers will now be able to augment their networks to provide mission-critical communications services using solutions like those from Nemergent Solutions.

Nemergent Solutions, with headquarters in Bilbao, Spain, offers MCPTT based on 3GPP standards. The company joined the MCPTT Plugtest in 2017 and plans to participate in 2018.

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On 6/6/18, Bidisha Tunga said:
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