Nextivity Partners with Spry Fox Networks for U.K. In-Building Coverage
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 | Comments

Nextivity a supplier of mobile signal boosters, collaborated with Spry Fox Networks, a supplier of in-building mobile signal solutions, to facilitate uninterrupted 4G coverage for public and private sector organizations across the United Kingdom.

The partnership is strategically aligned with a cross-government program to roll out a new Emergency Services Network (ESN) that will replace the current Airwave service used by blue light organizations. The service will be reliant on 4G mobile coverage delivered over the EE network and will be used by public-safety services, local authorities, healthcare establishments, utility companies, private enterprises, as well as first responders such as inshore/offshore and mountain rescue.

Nextivity’s Cel-Fi signal booster product range satisfies Ofcom’s mobile repeater license exemption specification, making it legal to use on all mobile 3G and 4G networks.

“With 4G poised to replace Airwave for critical communications services, reliable coverage inside buildings will no longer be a nice to have but could mean the difference between life and death,” said Colin Abrey, Nextivity vice president international sales, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). “Our products lend themselves really well across small and large buildings with poor or no cellular coverage because they’re easy to install, competitively priced and will provide all the coverage needed to satisfy current health and safety requirements.”

DAF trucks, a U.K. commercial vehicle manufacturer, commissioned an in-building coverage system at its newly built headquarters for commercial and safety reasons from the companies. Other coverage projects have included the new TECA Conference Centre in Aberdeen, the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Centre, and key branches of Metro Bank.

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