Huawei, Frequentis enter MOU on public safety

Thursday 23 March 2017 | 09:36 CET | News
Huawei and Frequentis, a supplier of communication and information products for safety-critical industries, entered into memorandum of understanding at CeBIT 2017 for the joint development of an open ecosystem for public safety products. The partnership will span the EMEA, Asia Pacific and Latin America regions. Under the partnership, Huawei and Frequentis will work together to develop a dispatching platform for command and control centres. Both companies will work together on the design, development, validation and packaging of Safe City offerings. Frequentis has already set up a

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Frequentis / Huawei
Countries: Germany / World
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