Samsung and TELUS announced Canada’s first next-gen MCPTX services

Recently, Samsung Networks and TELUS right this moment introduced the profitable deployment of Canada’s first next-generation Mission Critical Push-to-X (MCPTX) companies. Canada’s first mission-critical push-to-X solution will enable first responders to manage emergency situations with greater awareness with critical voice, video, and data communications.


TELUS’s MCPTX service is primarily offered to commercial customers on the TELUS network. The service is being actively tested with a select group of customers planned for a wider commercial availability after 2022.

Moreover, this state-of-the-art technology enhances multimedia communication with critical functional features such as video, geographic information systems (GIS), geofencing, remote database access, and more, keeping communities secure.

Samsung and TELUS first MCPTX services

The MCPTX technology will enhance communication in many public safety scenarios, and they are as follows:

  • First responders
  • Catastrophic events
  • Connected Ambulance
  • Traffic Control for emergency services

Samsung is leading the growth of the next-generation public safety networks and has a proven track record of successful MCPTX deployments. Samsung Network Technology with LMR Interoperability A proven solution implemented by FirstNet, a network service provider.

As the first nationwide mission-critical standards-based PTT solution in the U.S. In addition, in Korea, Samsung has partnered with major Korean operators to launch the country’s PS-LTE network at 700 MHz, making it the world’s first 3GPP-compliant nationwide public safety network with MCPTT service.

To learn more about how Samsung and Telus are solving complex communication challenges with MCPTX solutions, companies have released a new white paper on public security.

Via – SammyFans

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