For public safety operators that are thinking about the adoption of broadband technologies to replace or complement their legacy networks, LTE brings the technological maturity, device and application eco-system required to enhance first responders’ situational awareness and operations now. But 5G offers even more, and it is the time for mission-critical operators to have a deeper look at the benefits of this technology and start early planning for how they will prepare and migrate their networks to take advantage of its powerful new capabilities.
A new white paper from Nokia describes the key elements that go into planning a 5G network evolution strategy, such as whether to replace or complement existing networks. With this information, you can be better prepared to choose how and when to adopt 5G — and gain new capabilities where they’re most valuable, when the time is right.
To obtain a copy of the white paper ‘Put 5G to work for public safety – incrementally and cost-effectively’, please visit here.