London, England: March 5-7, Wired Broadcast will showcase its agile connectivity offering at Security and Policing 2019, Stand B32. The company’s hybrid SD-WAN networking solutions are at the forefront of an emerging trend in the way organisations harden their communication networks, to achieve greater resilience over conventional approaches.
Wired Broadcast has observed a sea-change in attitudes to hybrid networks, while working in close consultation with industry leaders in a range of sectors and government organisations to add capabilities to its flagship Mediaport® product. “Over the past 18 months, we’ve seen an exponential increase of interest in our hybrid approach,” says Johnnie Dymock, CEO of Wired Broadcast. “Organisations are determined now to reduce their reliance on satellite. With our adaptive solutions, they can leverage commercial and government network resources simultaneously, including multiple cellular networks, to create hybrid connectivity that is far more resilient and far less vulnerable.” Combining networks also increases performance when underlying network conditions are poor and enables optimal use of resources to suit specific missions, whether on location, on the move, or during critical incidents.
Proven in the field, Mediaport is a flexible platform that Wired Broadcast adapts to the needs of clients in law enforcement, counter-terrorism, intelligence gathering, and special forces. A case in point is the newest member of the Mediaport family, DORIS. Like Mediaport R, Mediaport DORIS is an ultra-portable and ruggedised device for use in challenging environments that require a low physical footprint. DORIS includes Vemotion™ video surveillance capability purpose-built in consultation with a key government client.
Attendees to Security & Policing 2019 are invited to see Mediaport in action at Stand B32.
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