NetMotion Arrives at IWCE 2016 to Discuss What’s Up with FirstNet
The team just arrived at The International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) in Las Vegas and we can’t wait to meet up with customers and other stakeholders. The show is known for bringing government/military, public safety, utility, transportation and enterprise organizations together to discuss the state of the industry. This year we’re excited to tackle the question on many of the attendees’ minds: What’s up with FirstNet?
For the second year in a row, NetMotion experts have been asked to share their real-world insights on FirstNet, the first high-speed, nationwide wireless broadband network dedicated to public safety. In two different panel sessions, NetMotion team members will answer tough questions around local control and network prioritization as well as share how to fortify this interoperable platform with “always-on” connectivity, visibility, security and control. Public safety organizations will walk away with preparedness tips they won’t find anywhere else.
March 24th at 10:00 AM Pacific, Room N255
In “Prioritization on Commercial Networks?” Senior Product Manager Steve Fallin will join panelists from Verizon, Rivada Networks and Kodiak to analyze the possibility of commercial carriers prioritizing traffic for critical communications use. He’ll focus on the importance of a seamless user experience while roaming between networks where prioritization capabilities, technology, network ownership and performance characteristics differ.
March 24th at 11:30 AM Pacific, Room N253
In “Priority, Pre-emption and QoS: Local Control of FirstNet” CTO Joe Savarese will join panelists from Ericsson and FirstNet to explain the importance of and options for staying in control of FirstNet technologies. Joe will address why the addition of a Band 14 network changes how the local public safety organizations must look at the level of service they’re getting from all of the networks they use; and why continuous measurement and visualization of performance and location data, as well as end to end trouble shooting tools that work over all networks will be vital in the next 5 years as we move to a public safety network comprised of Band 14, carrier, and other networking technologies.
We hope you can grab a seat and join us! And be sure to follow The Enterprise Mobility Blog for updates from the show.
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