Ccr | Lte | 2020-09-16

PrioCom Appoints Kontel as Distributor for 4G Critical Communication Solutions in Poland

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

The Push-to-Talk service is directly integrated into the Deutsche Telekom affiliate T-Mobile network, delivering reliable and fast state-of-the-art and 3GPP standards based group communication.

Under the signed distribution agreement, KONTEL, a leading importer and Value Added Distributor in the field of telecommunications systems for companies and institutions, will be responsible for building a sales channel for PrioCom’s critical communication solutions and services, based on the infrastructure of the T-Mobile network operator in Poland.

PrioCom has launched a unique, comprehensive push-to-talk (PTT) service with quality of service on the 4G T-Mobile network, which has the highest average data transmission speed and nationwide coverage.

The solution is available in Poland and throughout Europe based on roaming agreements. The Push-to-Talk service is directly integrated into the Deutsche Telekom affiliate T-Mobile network, delivering reliable and fast state-of-the-art and 3GPP standards based group communication. This is of key importance in critical sectors of the economy, such as industry, construction, healthcare, transport and logistics, as well as property protection and mass events. An extension of the push-to-talk service can be rugged, solid Android smartphones with the appearance of a professional two-way radio.

René Schenk, General Manager of PrioCom: "Our customers want to be able to use the latest technology in critical communications, while maintaining the reliability they are used to. PRIOCOM makes this possible. Together with carefully selected partners who offer solid, reliable solutions based on thorough knowledge and experience in the business process of the customers. We are delighted to have entered into a strong partnership with Kontel for the Polish market and are convinced that customers will benefit from this."