Experts Gather to Assess Role of Technology in Public Safety
With public safety a key priority for government organizations across the Middle East, Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, is set to lead discussions at this year’s Critical Communications Middle East Conference and Exhibition highlighting how governments in the Middle East can better leverage investments in ICT infrastructure to ensure public safety on the national level.
Taking place from the September 16-17 at the JW Marriot Marquis in Dubai, the conference is set to bring together thousands of attendees from across the government and private sector, offering vital insights into the key technologies organizations can use to ensure communication networks are prepared for unforeseen capacity demands.
“To help ensure public safety, each day personnel in government or specialized sectors must respond to a variety of incidents, from accidents to natural disasters,” notes Mr. Dong Wu, Vice President, Huawei Enterprise, Middle East. “Guaranteeing public safety through more integrated communication networks is a key priority for organizations and especially those working across public administration, energy, and transportation sectors. By tapping into the latest ICT solutions on the market today, such organization can not only create more reliable and efficient communication systems, but deploy critical communication networks more easily in remote environments; bringing communities closer together in the process.”
As part of Huawei’s involvement at the conference, experts from Huawei’s Enterprise Business group will be showcasing a range of their latest communication and security solutions powered by the region’s continued adoption of 4G LTE broadband networks.
These will include Huawei’s latest eLTE Public Safety solution specially designed to meet the needs of a highly-secured and reliable network for public safety. From professional Push-to-Talk (PTT) services to multimedia services such as live video sharing, Huawei will also showcase the latest LTE-based Push-to-Talk (PTT) handsets, set to revolutionize public safety systems.
Mr. Denver Zhang, Marketing Director, Wireless solutions at Huawei Enterprise will be giving keynotes on topics such as how professional Push-to-Talk over LTE can allow data to be used effectively to ultimately enhance public safety.
From the start, Huawei has featured prominently when it comes to LTE partnerships in the Middle East deploying the region’s first ever LTE commercial networks in Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Over the last two years Huawei has further evolved its business offerings to become one of the fastest growing ICT providers in the enterprise market, working with customers in government, energy, transportation, education, and healthcare sectors on end-to-end smart city solutions.
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