Ericsson Launches Critical Communications Broadband Portfolio
Thursday, February 07, 2019 | Comments

Ericsson launched a critical communications broadband portfolio for service providers to allow service providers to meet the business-critical and mission-critical needs of industries and public-safety agencies as digitalization and modernization of LMR communications increases.

The company developed a portfolio comprised of three offerings: critical network capabilities, critical broadband applications and flexible deployments for local private networks and nationwide mission-critical Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks.

"We see growth opportunities for service providers and government operators by addressing new segments with LTE/5G networks,” said Per Narvinger, head of product area networks, Ericsson. “Our critical broadband portfolio will enable our customers to effectively secure the critical communications needs of sectors such as public safety, energy and utilities, transportation and manufacturing.”

This offering includes features for critical network performance and network security capabilities, along with quality of service, priority and pre-emption to guarantee latency performance and capacity requirements during high load and congestion. The critical network capabilities simplify the rollout of broadcasting services across nationwide areas. Another feature enables radio access sites to operate in fallback mode if the network connection fails. The offering also includes deployable systems that allow temporary coverage for disaster recovery and operations in rural areas without existing coverage.

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