SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The landscape of mission critical communications is rapidly evolving in public safety and beyond. For years, Sonim Technologies has embraced the notion of leveraging open architectures and open standards to improve the communications experience for first responders and industrial workers and paving the way for critical LTE communications.
"Our use of open standards and open, adaptable architectures help us provide robust, tailor made solutions for our customers working in ultra-rugged environments," said Robert Escalle, Sonim's VP of Public Safety. "This design flexibility, coupled with access to important apps in the Google Play™ store and our Enterprise SDK, allows Sonim to deliver handsets with critical functionalities as well as integrate with accessories needed to get the job done."
As mission critical communication transitions from narrowband to broadband technology using public and private LTE networks, there are unique requirements on devices, accessories, applications, and services that are not addressed by consumer oriented products. Aroon Tungare, PhD, Vice President, Innovation & IPR, Sonim Technologies will speak on the topic at 5 p.m on Nov. 2.
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ABOUT SONIM TECHNOLOGIES:
Sonim Technologies (http://www.sonimtech.com) is the provider of mission-critical solutions designed specifically for workers in extreme, hazardous and isolated environments. The Sonim solution includes ultra-rugged mobile phones, business-process applications and a suite of industrial-grade accessories, collectively designed to increase worker productivity, accountability and safety on the job site. Sonim's industry-leading, 3-year comprehensive warranty has redefined customer expectations of rugged technology. The company is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., and offers its products with mobile operators around the world.
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