With TETRA and ASTRO 25 networks using IP-based technology to deliver voice and data to mission-critical customers, organisations are faced with an increasingly complex and continuously evolving communications environment. Technology advancements are driving ever shorter software and hardware lifecycles across the IT industry, while communications networks leverage more third party technology and higher software content compared with traditional two-way radio systems.
Faced with such complexity, what is the best way to:
The key is to have a plan – a lifecycle plan. Able to manage the network hardware and software with periodic hardware replacements and software upgrades, keeping your system current and flexible – so that you can address all of these needs. Embracing an IP-based technology has meant embracing a rapidly changing technology that requires a new approach to managing the network so that customers continue to get maximum benefit from their network throughout its lifecycle.
Motorola Solutions’ lifecycle management services provide a predictable and cost-effective means to operate and maintain your system, while at the same time providing you with a means to future proof the system by planning the network lifecycle ahead of time. That’s why we recommend that every customer plan right from the start how they want to use their network and how they plan to manage it through its lifecycle.
Benefits of having a lifecycle plan:
To learn more about Motorola Solutions Lifecycle Management Services, take a look at the latest video on Lifecycle Management Services Europe and Africa.
John Moule is Public Safety Sales Lead
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