Tecore’s 3G and 4G LTE Rapidly Deployable Networks to Support First Responders

Tecore Networks has announced the immediate availability of its fleet of mobile 3G and 4G LTE Network in a Box (NIB) platforms to assist first responders in the midst of Hurricane Irma.

Tecore’s portable RAVEN and man-packable LYNX Network in a Box solutions are designed to meet strict size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements, making them as flexible as they are capable of providing mission-critical communications. The ability to access areas unreachable by vehicle or Cell on Wheels (COW) provides tactical advantage and swift deployment of a network in any situation. Access to communications is critical, yet permanent wireless network infrastructure is not immune to the impact of natural disasters. In situations where pockets of coverage remain intact, Tecore’s NIB platform can be incorporated with existing network infrastructure to seal coverage gaps. In more dire situations, the communications platform can operate as an island of coverage that provides voice, text, and packet data services. The fully-integrated Mobile Switching Center (MSC), Evolved Packet Core (EPC), and Radio Access Network (RAN) make it adaptable to air, ground, or maritime operations.

Attendees at Mobile World Congress Americas (MWCA), formally known as CTIA Super Mobility, will have the opportunity to discuss Tecore’s Rapidly Deployable Solutions (RDS) for critical communications and emergency response from September 12-14, 2017.