Get a free pass ($75 value) to attend the IWCE 2020 Expo, courtesy of your friends at Softil. Full details here.

Booth 2027
Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV, USA
April 1-2, 2020

Since 1977 IWCE has been the go-to event for communications technology for non-consumers including Critical radio systems, handheld devices, spectrum management, backhaul, interoperability, and FirstNet. With the proliferation of cellular, network connectivity and coverage take on a whole new meaning now that the transition from LMR to an LTE infrastructure has begun.

Starting March 30, 2020 IWCE offers four days of top notch keynotes, educational sessions, special events and exhibits.

Visit Softil at Booth #2027 to learn more about the BEEHD client framework for Mission Critical Communications (MCX) over LTE, LTE-R (Railway) and 5G, as well as e911/NG911 communication solutions.

Come see a live demo of the BEEHD that enables you to develop advanced communication solutions with high quality, carrier-grade voice and video support equally suitable for development e911/ng911 and citizen reporting clients, as well as Mission Critical solutions featuring functions such as MCPTT, MCVideo, MCData (collectively known as MCX), and more.

Operators, device manufacturers, dispatch console vendors, recording solution developers, application developers and integrators are invited to meet us at our booth to learn how to quickly and efficiently implement high-quality communication solutions for first responders.

Please also join Softil at conference sessions. You can listen to Anatoli Levine, Softil’s Director of Products and Standards in the following discussions:

Quality of MCX Experience over LTE and 5G
When: Monday, 03/30/2020, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM

Program link can be found here.

 

To schedule a meeting please fill in the form on this page.

Visit the event website to for the full schedule of the events. To learn more about Softil BEEHD, click here: Mission Critical Communications client solution for LTE and 5G.

You may also be interested in our white paper, Developing Advanced Mission Critical Communications.

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