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Expway Partnered with Bittium to Introduced First LTE Mobile Devices for public Safety

Dubai: Bittium, one of the leading player of mission-critical devices, launched first ever LTE broadcast enabled devices for consumer to provide clear and scalable push-to-talk, uninterrupted high definition push-to-video and flawless large file delivery in emergency.

Bittium will provide the facility to its customer in collaboration with Expway, a leading expert in LTE broadcast, which would allow customers & emergency units to communicate with each other in real time with quality services even in congested network.

Most of the public safety mobile devices are bounded to voice communication and does not have capability to transfer multimedia data. resulting in increased shifting from narrowband voice to LTE broadband services. Public safety authorities were in dire need of stringent quality communication as their voice should spurt securely, reliably & efficiently in any emergency.     

TechSci Research depicts that the rising demand for LTE consumer device would play a vital role for bringing transformational change in communication technology. With increased awareness of the LTE devices among Public civic authorities and need to communicate safely, securely & efficiently will drive growth for the product in coming years.   

According to TechSci Research report Global LTE Consumer Devices Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020”, global market for LTE consumer devices projected to grow at a CAGR of more than 26% during 2015 - 2020. Rising adoption of LTE technology in emerging economies, increasing number of new LTE enabled registered devices, such as cameras and other wearable devices, mounting Machine-to-Machine connections, Internet of Things (IoT) and declining global average selling prices of LTE devices is projected to propel growth in global LTE consumer devices market through 2020. Samsung and Apple are expected to continue their market domination; however, their respective market shares are expected to decline over the course of next five years.

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