Nedaa to highlight role of public safety LTE network at 6th Critical Communications MENA in Dubai
Source: Beyond Marketing Communications for Nedaa , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue September 18, 2018 11:52 am

UAE. Professional Communication Corporation - Nedaa, the Dubai Government secure networks provider, is all set to share its current critical communications tactics in the public safety domain when it participates for the sixth consecutive year at the Critical Communications Middle East and North Africa (CC MENA) Conference and Exhibition in Dubai.

Nedaa, CCMENA 2018’s Host Operator, is going to shed light on its 4G network infrastructure and the technology’s crucial role in supporting public safety enforcement and emergency response initiatives. 

To be held from September 24 to 25, 2018 at the Madinat Jumeirah, CCMENA will provide Nedaa a global venue to emphasize the importance of data connectivity in promoting real-time communications and achieving mission-critical objectives.

Embracing the benefits of mobile broadband-based services, Nedaa is already moving towards complementing existing TETRA infrastructure with LTE network to boost communications among public protection and disaster relief agencies as well as help accelerate Dubai’s transition into a smart city

H.E. Mansoor Bu Osaiba, CEO, Nedaa, said: “New innovations in critical communications have been introduced over the recent years, thereby positively affecting vital fields and improving connectivity between concerned authorities. CCMENA is another opportunity to tackle the sector’s ongoing transformation and highlight the role of all industry players and stakeholders in making sure that the industry keeps up with essential technological developments to better perform our functions and responsibilities.  We are delighted to be taking part again in CCMENA during which we will reaffirm our full commitment to help further strengthen critical communications as a vital part of ensuring safety and order in local society.”

Photo Caption: H.E. Mansoor Bu Osaiba, CEO, Nedaa



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