Tecore (News - Alert) Networks, an American company that specializes in cellular network infrastructure, announced yesterday that it will be debuting its latest innovations at the Border Security Expo in San Antonio, which is taking place this Wednesday and Thursday. Its main showcase will be its virtual technology, which allows for fast and reliable communication through voice, text, and multimedia, by leveraging the power and speed of 4G LTE (News - Alert) networks.
In this expo, the main focus for Tecore will be how its technology can be applied to aid the Border Patrol. Tecore’s network infrastructure allows for real time communication between agents on the ground, at local staging areas, and at headquarters offices as far away as Washington D.C. This is crucial in a profession where operators need to be able closely coordinate movement of agents, with very little margin for error.
“Our network infrastructure ensures communication exchange is immediate, reliable and secured. A critical piece of the ‘virtual technology wall’ is a 4G LTE Network which also supports the supplementary technology elements required for an overall solution to secure our (U.S.) Borders. Tecore’s 25 years of experience allows us to deliver full commercial-grade cellular capabilities in an efficient design for DHS,” said Brad Lloyd – Director, Strategic Government Accounts, Tecore Networks. “We look forward to being able to present our capabilities and continue to integrate with other partners at this week’s Border Security Expo.”
As cellular networks continue to grow faster and more reliable, it is likely that businesses and other organizations will continue to rely more heavily upon them for communication. Reliable, cellular networks offer much more range and flexibility than traditional landlines or even wireless Internet networks. In order for this transition to fully manifest, however, it is vital that cellular network providers continue to improve the speed and reliability of their networks. Tecore Networks has been doing just that, and will get the chance to showcase its applications this week in San Antonio.
Edited by Alicia Young