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Hytera’s acquisition of Sepura completes

Hytera’s acquisition of Sepura completes

Sepura and Hytera announced on 24 May that the Sepura Group’s entire share capital is now owned by Project Shortway Limited – “Bidco”, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hytera. The deal has closed three months later than initially expe…

Sam Fenwick, 24th May 2017
Huawei’s eLTE SafeCity wins the Future Technology Award at CCW2017

Huawei’s eLTE SafeCity wins the Future Technology Award at CCW2017

Huawei's eLTE SafeCity solution won the ‘Future Technology Award’ at Critical Communications World 2017 which was presented by the TCCA (TETRA and Critical Communications Association). Phil Kidner, CEO of the TCCA (left) presenting the Futu…

Sam Fenwick, 23rd May 2017
Sepura’s “landmark” next-gen launch

Sepura’s “landmark” next-gen launch

Sepura has revealed the SC21, its compact, next-generation, TETRA hand-held radio. The launch of the product took place at Critical Communications World (CCW), which is currently under way in Hong Kong. The device features a variety of functions, inherit…

Philip Mason, 16th May 2017
Asia Pacific harmonises 700-800 MHz band for public safety broadband

Asia Pacific harmonises 700-800 MHz band for public safety broadband

The Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Wireless Group (APT-AWG) has unanimously approved a new recommendation harmonising 700-800 MHz for LTE-based Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR). The Recommendation was made at the 21st meeting of the APT-AWG …

Sam Fenwick, 16th May 2017
Preparing for a new kind of control room

Preparing for a new kind of control room

The world of control rooms is being buffeted by consolidation and an array of technologies that could overwhelm organisations and operators alike. Sam Fenwick reports on the latest developments It’s no secret that the number of control rooms i…

Sam Fenwick, 12th May 2017
China: Airbus supplies TETRA systems to new metro lines in Wuhan and Fuzhou

China: Airbus supplies TETRA systems to new metro lines in Wuhan and Fuzhou

Airbus has recently signed two new contracts to deliver digital TETRA systems to metro lines in China. The company will provide them for the metro line 11 in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in central China and the metro line 2 of Fuzhou, the capital…

Sam Fenwick, 12th May 2017
Frequentis saw 18% growth in new order book in 2016 despite drop in public safety and transport business

Frequentis saw 18% growth in new order book in 2016 despite drop in public safety and transport business

Frequentis AG’s new order book grew by 18 per cent to an all-time high of €259.5 million in 2016, while its operating performance rose by 11 per cent from €227.9 million in 2015 to €252.2 million in 2016. However, the company, which i…

Sam Fenwick, 11th May 2017
CND partnering with international OEM on public safety mesh network development

CND partnering with international OEM on public safety mesh network development

Mobile core network start-up Core Network Dynamics (CND) has announced plans to partner with silicon suppliers to embed its OpenEPC (EPC stands for Evolved Packet Core) multi-access core network software in ARM®-based SoCs (System-on-a-…

Sam Fenwick, 11th May 2017
Airbus releases Taira TETRA Server

Airbus releases Taira TETRA Server

Airbus has introduced the new Taira TETRA Server for professional mobile radio networks, which is based on IP technology. The company says that it can replace conventional switches and operates at much lower costs. The Taira is smaller than a ty…

Sam Fenwick, 9th May 2017
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