Zetron’s Randy Richmond Talks Mission Critical Push-to-Talk at Comms Connect 2020

By: Kimberly Kapustein

Comms Connect Melbourne is perennially Australia’s go-to source for thought leadership on mission critical communications, providing an opportunity to meet and hear from hundreds of like-minded radio and communications users and industry professionals annually. This year’s event, as so many others have, went virtual as a result of the global pandemic.

In addition to serving as a panelist during this year’s virtual event, Zetron’s Randy Richmond also delivered a video presentation, titled “Answering 5 Important Questions About integrating Mission Critical PTT with Control Rooms,” as part of the conference track on Private LTE – ensuring there is coverage, capacity and control for the private LTE network of the future.

Randy’s presentation explains how the new global Mission Critical LTE standards are no longer the future, but rather the here and now. Ready to be deployed for voice, video and data applications to aid critical infrastructure users, including those in public safety, utilities, transportation, and other markets.

View the on demand presentation to learn more about how critical infrastructure control rooms integrate with LTE networks (private, commercial or national) and are making use of Mission Critical LTE Push-to-Talk (MCPTT) in the broadband migration from narrowband Land Mobile Radio (LMR).

To watch the on-demand video, click here.

For more information, please feel free to connect with our Zetron Asia Pacific Headquarters at ausales@zetron.com.

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