Government operations provide essential functions that underpin community safety and prosperity. These fundamental capabilities deliver police, fire, rescue and emergency medical services that protect life and property. These agencies depend on reliable mission-critical wireless communications for dispatch, command and control of emergency services resources.
Many governments embrace mobile network operator (MNO) networks as partners in the quest to establish high-performance mobile broadband data capabilities supporting emergency services.
The question is: Who is better placed to operate future mission-critical LTE networks, governments or MNOs?