FirstNet: Good Vision, Wrong Approach?

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Summary

While First Responders need a modern emergency wireless network that seamlessly handles voice, video, and text, a separate network may prove to be less efficient and costlier for some than expanding the existing cellular network.            

On March 30, 2017, the U.S. government announced that AT&T had won the bid to build FirstNet, an emergency communications network that had long been promised after the 9/11 tragedy. This network, while built upon the technical advantages of modern cellular networks, is completely independent of the public cellular network so as to provide dedicated First Responder access. 

 

Firms mentioned in this report:

AT&T
Motorola
Panasonic
Sprint
T-Mobile
Verizon

Research Note Details

Topic: Wireless
Issue: What are the key trends in the cellular market?
Research Note Number: 2017-25

Length: 5 pages
File Size: 244 KB
File Type: Portable Document Format (PDF)
Language: English
Publisher: Aragon Research
Author:

Ken Dulaney 150x150 - FirstNet: Good Vision, Wrong Approach?

Ken Dulaney, VP Research and Aragon Fellow

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