Hytera Exhibits new DMR Radio at its South Africa Partner Conference
Recently, Hytera held its South Africa partner conference in Johannesburg with nearly 50 partners originating form the provinces of from Limpopo, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Northwest and FreeState.
At the conference, Hytera exhibited a series of DMR star radios including MD785-SFR, PD485, as well as MD615/625 models. A series of cutting-edge products were also launched, such as HPD795, the next generation DMR product, featuring a large-size display, increased battery capacity, remarkable sensitivity and innovative extended coverage to enable users to be responsive to emergent situations.
For PoC (Push-to-Talk over Cellular) radios, Hytera exhibited both PNC380 and PNC550, and demonstrated PoC solution. Hytera PoC solutions are targeted towards customers in the industrial, commercial, logistics and transportation etc sectors.
“The PMR industry has been changing dramatically in recent years, before broadband technology came into the picture. Customers only had the choice of narrowband technologies such as DMR, TETRA and analog. Customers now have even higher requirements for PoC, MC Video, big data application, emergency and unified communications etc. For such a broad MISSION to satisfy the ever changing requirements, specifically all of the above mentioned technologies and capabilities. Hytera, a company heavily investing in R&D and innovation for 26 years, has become one of the few leaders in the industry who achieved and mastered these technologies. We made remarkable headway in promoting narrowband and broadband convergence solutions to cater for users’ requirements, and bringing new opportunities for our partners in 2019”, said Mark Zheng, Sales Director of SA Hytera.
In expressing the gratitude and recognition of the partners’ efforts in South Africa during last year, Hytera presented certificates and awards to those who made outstanding contribution in promoting Hytera brand