Hytera Announces Focus on PoC Technology
Monday, June 01, 2020 | Comments

Hytera announced it is focused on push-to-talk (PTT) over cellular (PoC) radio market research and development and is committed to driving the industry toward improved technologies, higher quality products and enhanced professionalism.

Hytera America filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week.

PoC, which offers instant PTT communications based on public cellular broadband networks rather than private narrowband LMR systems, has expanded rapidly in the past few years. Public cellular networks provide wide coverage areas, support multimedia broadband data applications and incur no infrastructure costs or radio frequency licensing fees. PoC technology also allows users to augment existing private LMR networks or to create new PTT cellular networks, Hytera said.

To protect existing narrowband professional mobile radio (PMR) investments, Hytera launched a narrowband and broadband convergence solution. The solution interconnects users of PMR and PoC networks, meaning people can be contacted anywhere and anytime using either technology.

Hytera also provides a suite of solutions to ensure the security of user transmissions when communicating. These security features are not restricted by the type of network standard or method of communications being used in covered areas. They support end-to-end encryption of calls, messages, emails and all kinds of instant messaging tools.

Would you like to comment on this story? Find our comments system below.

Post a comment
Name: *
Email: *
Title: *
Comment: *


No Comments Submitted Yet

Be the first by using the form above to submit a comment!


March 2023

27 - 30
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2023
Las Vegas

May 2023

23 - 25
Critical Communications World (CCW)
Helsinki, Finland

More Events >
White Papers
More White Papers >

Site Navigation