T-Mobile USA introduced Persistent Communication
Solutions by T-Mobile, a mobile telecommunications solution to support
government entities’ Continuity of Operations (CooP) efforts.
As another step in the company’s commitment to government
customers, the solution lets first responders stay connected during an
emergency from the same phone they use every day without having to switch to a
different device, even when commercial wireless networks are out of service.
The solution also enables wireless communication in
remote areas where no commercial networks exist.
Persistent Communication Solutions by T-Mobile is powered
by T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi Calling for Government technology, which allows voice and
data communications on an employee’s device in areas where macro networks are
down, such as during a natural disaster.
customers are able to leverage Persistent Communication Solutions by T-Mobile
on devices capable of Wi-Fi Calling and can tailor the solution to their
specific needs. T-Mobile will demonstrate the solution during LandWarNet,
August 23 – 25, 2011.
With Persistent Communication Solutions by T-Mobile, we
are able to offer improved mobile connectivity in emergency situations.
T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi Calling for Government technology, combined with commercial
satellite service and tracking resources, enables continued business operations
that are more reliable, even under challenging circumstances,” said Tom Casey,
federal market business development manager at T-Mobile USA.
Persistent Communication Solutions by T-Mobile provides
government customers ability to operate quickly on secure, deployable
The solutions also help to access to a commercial
satellite service for back-haul connectivity, if necessary and available.
A full suite of partner technology services to help
emergency response agencies coordinate communication and track responders while
vital equipment can be added to new or existing systems, Critical personnel and
resource tracking presented on a dashboard for use by incident commanders.
Integration of most mapping and software devices, and
interoperability between LMRs, cell and other systems is available.
In addition to Persistent Communication by T-Mobile,
T-Mobile will refresh and expand its government website within T-Mobile.com on
August 25, 2011, to help the company’s current and new government customers
easily find the right plans, products and solutions to fit their organization’s
T-Mobile and its partners work together to provide government-grade
security for T-Mobile’s network, Wi-Fi hotspots and devices via security
algorithms, encryption keys, IPSec VPN tunnels and more.
T-Mobile USA recently introduced a
retail Trade-In program, aimed at giving customers a cost-effective way to
purchase a new phone and upgrade to 4G network.
T-Mobile’s Trade-In program provides customers with the
ability to trade existing mobile devices for money that could be used toward
the purchase of a new handset including any new smartphone running on
T-Mobile’s 4G network.
By Telecomlead.com Team