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Connectivity for First Responder Fleets from Sierra Wireless

| October 7, 2016

Connectivity for First Responder Fleets from Sierra Wireless

Sierra Wireless, a leading provider of cellular gateways and routers, has announced the availability of the AirLink® MG90, an advanced vehicle networking platform that provides secure, always-on mobile connectivity — tailored for mission-critical first responder, field service and transit applications.

The offering provides guaranteed, “always-on” connectivity with sub-second switching of multiple simultaneous integrated WAN links, including:

o   Dual-LTE-Advanced

o   FirstNet Band 14 option

o   Gigabit Wi-Fi WAN

o   Gigabit Ethernet

o   Extensions to satellite and Land Mobile Radio (LMR)

·       Connected vehicle awareness with built-in vehicle-ready I/O, Bluetooth and Vehicle Telemetry interface for in-depth visibility of engine health and remote monitoring of axillary devices, such as light bars, sirens and gun racks

·       Mobile multi-network security using the AirLink Connection Manager (ACM) to retain static IP addresses across all wide area networks without interruption, consolidating the security for all technologies connected to the vehicle area network

·       Advanced network management software using the AirLink Mobility Manager (AMM) for instant network insight and control, enabling centralized and remote management, monitoring and configuration, available as a hosted service or in the enterprise

“First responder, transit, and field service fleets increasingly require multiple wireless networks to ensure always-on, secure communications in the field,” said Jason Krause, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise Solutions for Sierra Wireless. “The AirLink MG90 platform is designed to meet the demands of fleets today and in the future, enabling more informed and better equipped mobile workforces, by providing guaranteed connectivity for mission critical applications.”

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